Hair Today, Zapped Tomorrow

Excess hair is ugly and disappoint both man and woman. However shaving, applying cream for depilation and even waxing will never be a permanent solution, and depending on the growth rate of your hair you will be sir/madame. Grizzly again. If you are tired of spending time in the bathroom or in the hair removal salon, laser hair removal is the solution for you.

For more than 20 years, special lasers have been cleaning up the mess, which we call excess hair. Initially, many people were skeptical about whether this treatment was worth the risk, especially when the media showed that lasers are a powerful tool of mass destruction. However, this method is now widely used by dermatologists and the public, especially with reports confirming that these lasers are deadly to hair follicles and nothing else.

Hair removal lasers work using a method called selective photothermolysis (SPTL), which requires the laser to heat dark targets, i.e. hair. As a result, older lasers are unlikely to be effective for tanned or dark-haired people. However, new lasers have been developed that can now be used to give these people the same results as light or soft-skinned lasers.

Some of the popular lasers used in spas and cosmetic clinics include alexandrite, pulsed diode grille laser and Nd: YAG laser. The first laser is most effective, but only safe for light skin. When it comes to pulsed diode laser, light and medium skin tones are best suited. Finally, laser Nd: YAG is best suited to dark skin tones and can handle all six skin tones, but research is still underway on whether this laser can have a permanent effect or not.

How this device dissolves hair is quite simple. Aimed at the body, the laser detects the darkest substance there. It then affects the melanin of the hair, the substance responsible for the color of the hair and skin, and heats them. Because of the dark color of the hair, the heat is quickly absorbed and the hair follicle weakens so that the hair will not grow in the future.

As simple as it sounds, it’s not really true. So many factors are involved in the release of body hair.

As simple as it sounds, it’s not really true. So many factors are involved in the release of body hair. One of the most important factors is the hair growth phase. Hair goes through a three-phase growth cycle: anagen, catagen and telogen. In the first stage the hair grows, and in the second stage they prepare for the final stage, and the deeper parts of the hair follicle begin to break down. Finally, in the third stage, the hair falls out.

Since melanin is primarily a targeted substance, its abundance is necessary. During the anagen phase, a lot of melanin is available in the hair follicles, which makes it easier for the laser to work. However, there is no guarantee that all the hair on your body will go through it. Therefore, you need to have more than one treatment session before you get the best results. Usually sessions can reach up to 12, at intervals of 4-6 weeks, but it all depends on your reaction to the sessions.

Laser technology can help you remove 90% of the hair on your body where you want it, so why not try and see what the latest science advances in hair removal technologies can do for you?

I’m in full-time, living with my husband Brad and two-year-old daughter Yoli. We have 2 cats and I have always been fascinated by the makeup and beauty industry. I like to explore a number of topics that I like most about beauty and make-up.

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