Laser hair removal

Laser Hair Removal 

A laser is a focused beam of light that is used in medical laser hair removal to eliminate unwanted hair.

The pigment (melanin) in the hair absorbs the laser light that is emitted during laser hair removal.
The light energy is transformed into heat, which harms the skin’s hair-producing follicles, which are tube-shaped sacs.
Future hair development is inhibited or delayed by this injury.

All skin types can benefit from laser hair removal, although those with light skin and dark hair benefit the most.

Why it’s done 

Unwanted hair can be removed using laser technology.
Legs, armpits, the chin, upper lip, and the bikini line are among the common treatment areas.
With the exception of the eyelid or vicinity, undesirable hair may be removed from almost anywhere.
Additionally, tattooed skin should not be treated.

Risks

The likelihood of experiencing side effects varies depending on the patient’s skin type, hair colour, treatment strategy, and adherence to pre- and post-treatment care.
The most frequent negative effects

Irritated Skin – Following laser hair removal, temporary pain, redness, and swelling are likely. Symptoms and indications usually go away within a few hours.
Color changes – The afflicted skin may become darker or lighter after laser hair removal. These modifications might be short-term or long-term. People with darker complexion and those who don’t prevent sun exposure before or after treatment are more at risk for skin whitening.

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FAQ

Laser hair removal uses a focused beam of light to target the pigment in hair follicles. The light damages the follicles, preventing them from producing hair.

Laser hair removal can result in long-term reduction in hair growth, but it is not permanent. Some hair may still grow back, though it may be finer and lighter in color.

Laser hair removal is generally considered safe when performed by a qualified medical professional. However, it can cause side effects, such as skin irritation or swelling.

The length of a laser hair removal treatment can vary depending on the size of the area being treated. Smaller areas, such as the upper lip, may take just a few minutes, while larger areas, such as the back, can take up to an hour.

The number of treatments needed can vary depending on the individual and the area being treated. Most people will need multiple treatments to achieve the desired results.

Laser hair removal treatments use a focused beam of light to target and destroy the hair follicles. You may experience some discomfort during the treatment, but most patients describe it as a mild pinch or snap. Your practitioner will use a cooling device or topical anesthetic cream to help minimize any discomfort.

The length of time required for a laser hair removal session depends on the size of the area being treated. Typically, a small area like the upper lip can take anywhere from a few minutes to 15 minutes, while a larger area like the back or legs can take up to an hour.

The number of laser hair removal treatments required depends on several factors including the area being treated, the type of skin, and the color of the hair. Generally, you will need between 4 to 6 treatments to achieve the desired results.

The results of laser hair removal are long lasting, but not permanent. You may need periodic touch-up treatments to maintain your results.

Generally, there is minimal downtime after laser hair removal treatments. You may experience some redness, swelling, and irritation in the treated area, but this should subside within a few hours.