No matter how much you wish it away, your hair always seems to grow back. Even though you just shaved your upper lip and chin this morning, the beginning signs of hair regrowth starts to make your face feel slightly rough by late afternoon. This is a vicious cycle that millions of people struggle with managing; yet, getting rid of unwanted body hair that constantly regrows is something of a regular routine for most people. It does not matter if you are a man or a woman, unwanted body hair does not discriminate. Thankfully, laser hair removal does not discriminate either.
Removing hair is not the kind of thing you want to be wasting your time doing when you realize you are running late for work. If only you had a quick solution to your hair removal situation. Believe it or not, but there already exists an excellent solution for addressing your unwanted hair removal needs. Laser hair removal is a high-tech approach to managing unwanted hair that will inevitably make your razor, wax and hair removal creams obsolete.
How it Works
Back in the mid-90s, it was discovered that unwanted body hair could be fairly easily removed by lasers. Today, the use of lasers to remove unwanted body hair has grown to be a popular alternative to other outdated hair removal methods. By directing concentrated photon energy at the pigment within hair follicles, the light works to impair the follicle from being able to regrow hair. This method of removing unwanted hair initially only worked for people with pale skin and dark hair. Over the years, newer lasers were designed to address the problem of removing hair from people with darker skin tones. Modern lasers do this job more efficiently, because the laser can be calibrated to specific skin tones for best results. These lasers make it easier for technicians to target your unwanted hair and remove it from your body.
Multiple Sessions are Required
At present, achieving the optimal outcome with a single laser hair removal session does not exist. It currently takes a series of treatment sessions before you will start to notice that your hair is not growing back in like it once did. First the hair begins to grow in thinner. With more laser hair removal sessions, you’ll notice that your hair does not grow in as frequently as it once did.