Getting rid of unwanted body hair regularly can be incredibly bothersome. While tweezing, shaving or waxing provide quicker short term solutions to getting rid of hair, they come with their fair share of problems. Regularly shaving, waxing or tweezing can be painful, tiresome, messy, and leave one with ingrown hair, dry skin, rashes, temporary bumps, sun sensitivity, and bleeding. A longer-lasting solution to this problem is laser hair removal procedure. Today laser hair removal has become one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures in the world. The biggest benefit of this treatment procedure is that it can selectively target coarse, dark hairs while leaving the surroundings undamaged. Each pulse takes only a fraction of a second to treat many hairs at the same time, which allows the laser to treat areas quickly as well as effectively. The procedure can be useful for removing any unwanted hair from underarms, legs, bikini line, face, arms, chin back and other parts of the body.

Men undergo laser hair removal for a variety of reasons. They can be for health & hygiene, to please their partner, aesthetics, reduce ingrown hair troubles, or due to careers as body-builders, models, actors, etc. The procedure is a boon to maintain a hygienic, clean and dapper look at all times. Getting rid of body hair has been an old and common tradition in cultures across the world. For a working woman, the regular hassle of a regular shave or waxing can be time consuming and stressful. On the other hand, laser hair removal provides a versatile solution that can be performed on all the parts of the body and has very little or no side effects and gives a permanent solution to the problem. The procedure involves prior preparation which begins with a consultation with a specialist who decides how to customize the procedure for the candidate. On the day of the treatment, the target area’s hair is first trimmed to the length of a few millimeters above the skin. Then a topical numbing ointment or lotion is applied to help with the stinging of the laser pulses. The laser is then adjusted according to the location, color, and thickness of the target hair as well as the skin tone. Depending on the type of laser, proper eye protection must also be worn to ensure no damage to the eye. A cold gel or special cooling device is also utilized to protect the outer layers of the skin and help the laser light penetrate deeper. After the procedure, ice packs, lotions or anti-inflammatory creams or cold water may be given to ease any discomfort. The following treatment can be scheduled for four to six weeks later and the treatment should be repeated until hair stops growing.

Its also important to remember that not all the hair gets removed in a single session. During a single hair session, only eighty-five to ninety percent of the hair follicles are targetted. As hair growth takes place in different cycles, the treatment aims to damage the hair in its growth phase, so multiple sessions help target that initial “start” phase. It is not only clinically proven but also a complete package for laser hair removal procedure, bringing surety of quality. The device utilizes multiple wavelengths to offer number of technologies together making it easier to treat large target areas and a wide variety of hair and skin types. It is FDA approved and has a multiple wavelength platform with pre-set parameters that provides fast and cool treatment.




Is laser hair removal damaging?

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Laser hair removal can be dangerous in inexperienced hands. Burns, permanent changes to your skin color, and scars can occur. You can greatly reduce the risk of possible side effects by having your treatment performed by a medical doctor who is extremely skilled in using lasers and has in-depth knowledge of the skin.