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Laser Hair Reduction

A focused light beam (laser) is used in the medical treatment of laser hair removal to remove 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.
Even while laser hair removal efficiently stops hair growth for extended periods of time, it typically doesn’t remove hair permanently. For initial hair removal, several laser treatments are required, and follow-up treatments may be necessary. All skin types can benefit from laser hair removal, although those with light skin and dark hair benefit the most.

Why the best method for hair removal is laser


specific instructions for laser hair removal preparation

Avoidance of the sun
Whenever possible, avoid the sun both before and after treatment. Apply a broad-spectrum, SPF30 sunscreen each time you go outside.
making your skin lighter
Avoid any sunless skin creams that darken your skin. Your doctor might also prescribe a skin bleaching cream if you have a recent tan or darker skin.
avoiding other hair removal techniques
The hair follicle should not be disturbed by electrolysis, waxing, or plucking for at least four weeks prior to treatment.
treatment area shaving
It is advised to trim and shave the day before laser therapy. The hair shaft is left intact beneath the skin’s surface, however, it eliminates hair.
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