Traditional methods for removing hair like shaving, plucking, and waxing, offer only short-term results. Some doctors don't suggest waxing for people suffering from varicose veins, diabetes, or suffer from poor circulation because they are more prone to infections.
Laser hair removal is safe and secure. It removes unwanted hair, without damaging the delicate structures and pores on the face. Lasers emit the light beam which travels through the skin and into the hair follicles, where it gets absorption.
The energy of the laser is transformed into heat. The hair follicle is destroyed and leaves the skin around it unaffected. The laser beam cannot reach beyond the Dermis (second layer of the skin).
This laser beam is ineffective to penetrate the internal organs therefore it is totally safe. After several treatments, the hair follicles turn sterile and stop the growth of any further hair growth. Hair grows back lighter and more fine after each treatment. Skin remains smooth and hair-free for up to six weeks between treatments.
Hair cut with a razor appears thicker due to being cut at an angle that is sharp. It also is stubbly when the hair grows back. The stubble may make the hair appear denser.
Ingrown hairs are usually seen as acne, and are identified by red, raised bumps that may occasionally pop up or develop whiteheads. When hair is growing under the skin is blocked by the pore and allows bacteria to multiply which results in pimples. pimple.
Lasers have been successfully utilized to specifically target certain structures inside the skin without harming the tissues surrounding it.