Thursday, 29 November 2018

Laser Hair Removal is a final solution of unwanted hairs

What is laser hair removal?

Laser hair removal is the process of hair removal by means of exposure to pulses of laser light that destroy the hair follicle

Most popular laser types are:
  • Diode: The diode laser is very effective for light and dark skin.
  • Alexandrite: This laser is the fastest of all laser types and works best for treating larger body areas among patients who have light-to-olive complexions.
  • YAG: This long pulse laser can be used safely on all skin types, including tanned skin. It is less effective for light or fine hair when compared to other types of lasers.

It works best on 4 areas of the body.  


While laser hair removal can work on any body part you wish to remove hair from, it is especially effective on the
  • Bikini, 
  • Lip, 
  • Chin, 
  • Underarm areas

Who is the best candidate for Laser hair removal?

People with thick, coarse, and dark hair are the best candidates for laser hair removal. The laser is attracted to pigment, or color, in the hair follicle. That said, it can take a little longer to fully work on thicker hair. Some hair is just very resistant, and sometimes new ones come out due to hormonal changes or other hair bulbs becoming active during the treatment period.

Do not take specific medications.

Skincare treatment is incompatible with certain medicines like as any medications that are a photosensitive need to be stopped at least one week prior to treatment also notes that most antibiotics can be photosensitive, so if you have an infection, it could be a good idea to push your treatment postponed for few weeks.

A result of laser hair removal:

You'll see real results after about 7 to 8 treatments. Also, its depend on the amount of sessions it takes varies per individual. Laser hair removal works when the hair is in its active growth rate. Different parts of the body have different growth rates and therefore could take longer or shorter depending on which spot you're treating.

Shave before treatment:

 A laser can penetrate into the root of the hair, not target or singe any hair on or outside the skin if you have properly shaved that area before treatment. You should not wax, tweeze, or bleach any hair one month before your session because the root needs to stay intact in order for the laser to effectively destroy the hair.

Use SPF to the affected area after your treatment.

After your session, avoidance to sun exposure is advisable and the use of a sunscreen is necessary for treated area.

Price for laser hair removal:

The price you pay per session of laser hair removal can vary from provider to provider, Dr. Manju Keshari from Kemps Skin Clinic says it can range depending on which body part you're removing hair from. Considering multiple sessions are often needed to fully stop hair growth, it's not exactly a cheap treatment. But if you like to have hairless skin, imagine using razors or heading to the salon for a wax for the rest of your life — when you think of how much all that costs, laser hair removal can be seen as more of a long-term investment. Plus, we also providers offer packages for clients.