The ubiquitous laser beam finally found its way into the fields of health and beauty. Laser hair removal is here to stay. Do you know how it works? Are you aware of its benefits? Let’s find the answers to these and other frequently asked questions about laser hair removal treatments.
As you may know, a laser is nothing else than concentrated light. Since dark objects absorb light, lasers can pinpoint dark melanin-rich targets under the surface of the skin—like hair follicles—without damaging the surrounding tissues.
Strong radiation disables the follicles and inhibits hair growth although not completely. Hair actually continues to grow, but at slower rates inside the follicle. Benefits are many:
Achieve Permanent Results Most hair removal methods provide temporary results. On the contrary, after several laser applications, hair growth can be reduced from 75% to 95% with the remaining hair becoming finer, lighter and barely noticeable.
Soft and Silky Skin And the more unnoticeable your body hair grows, the softer and silkier skin your partner will notice. Don’t be surprised if a man compliments you on how good your skin feels. Although laser hair removal has long been around, most guys are not yet used to the wonderful sensation of a perfectly smooth leg. Consider a laser treatment around the bikini line and have them raving in bed. [font="verdana; line-height: normal; font-weight: bold; "]
Faster Results You save time and money with laser technology. Treatments are expensive; but you pay once and for all. In the long run, you save decades of buying depilatories, razors and creams or having to visit the epilator each and every month.
Laser sessions are fast. It only takes less than 10 minutes to treat facial hair and less than an hour for upper or lower legs.
For All Body Areas While treating large areas using other methods, like electrolysis, may take more than a year, laser hair removal treatments take only a few sessions. Both men and women can use laser to prevent hair growth in broad areas like:
· The back
Of course, the technology works similarly well in small areas, like:
· Pubic zone
Suitable for Most People Black hair on white skin works best with laser; brown, red and blonde come next, in that order. Gray or white hair cannot be successfully treated with this technology. For people with darker skin, a YAG laser should be used to avoid burning or complications.
And the best part: Laser hair removal is…[font="verdana; line-height: normal; font-weight: bold; "]
Pain Free! Most patients report a small discomfort during laser applications. Some compare it as the sensation of a pin prick. It’s less uncomfortable than electrolysis and certainly nothing compared to the unbearable (and periodic) pain of waxing.
Moreover, most clinics now use anesthesia—creams—to reduce the sensation.
Unsatisfied with traditional methods?
Give Denver laser hair removal a try. You’ll be glad you did.
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