Laser Light Treatment: Removing Unwanted Hair Permanently

If you are considering laser hair removal, it is important that you understand the procedure. In many cases, late fall or winter is a better time to start the process, as you will be experiencing less sun exposure, and better results can be achieved -- whether for bikini area, face, arms, or underarms. Imagine being free of areas of unwanted hair – no more waxing, shaving, or worry about how you appear.

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How Laser Hair Removal Works

Ingrown hairs are a common problem; laser hair removal is probably the only solution that is truly permanent. This is a safe procedure that involves the use of a laser device which is held against the skin for a second at a time, until the area with the unwanted hair has been completely treated. The heat from the laser damages the hair follicles, typically to the point where the hair cannot regrow, as they are destroyed at the root. Each person has different levels of unwanted hair, and different body areas can be affected. Dark hair on light skin is very responsive to laser hair removal, and may require fewer treatments than those with other skin and hair colors. The treatment requires only about 20 – 30 minutes of time for body areas such as moustache or underarm.

Laser hair removal is not painful – most people feel it is less painful than waxing, with a sensation reported to be similar to the snap of a rubber band against the skin. For those with very sensitive skin, a pain-relieving cream can be applied prior to the treatment for more comfort.

You will experience a substantial reduction in unwanted hair after only one session, and long-lasting or permanent results after the entire course of treatment is completed. Any excess hair growth that appears after this time will require only a touch-up treatment.

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