Laser Hair Removal
The hair is our crowning glory, we all know that, but what will we do if hair are also growing in some unwanted areas in your body? Of course, there is the usual solution which is shaving, tweezing, and waxing. These methods are often easily achieve but may cause some discomfort and side effects. Shaving can cause your hair to be thicker, and therefore making your skin look hoarse and uneven. Tweezing can irritate the skin where you plucked the hair, not to mention it is slow and painful. Waxing may be faster but it is also painful and can even cause skin irritations that are embarrassing.
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3 Reasons why Laser Hair Removal Is Better
Laser hair removal can target even the biggest parts of the body up to the smallest and hard to target ones like the hair between your eyebrows. Its precision is so good that it can remove hair from a small part of your body without harming the surrounding parts.
Laser hair removal are consists or a series of pulses from the laser wand that the practitioner will guide through the area. A numbing cream will be used to eliminate discomfort. One pulse can remove several hairs and one pulse only take a fraction of a second. Your procedure will be over before you know it.
The results are permanent, you don’t have to come back to the clinic for maintenance and follow up procedures. On average, a person can permanently lose their hairs with just four sessions of laser hair removal.
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How to Prepare
If you are going to have your hair removed, you will be asked to have a preparation session where the practitioner will brief you on what you have to do to prepare. You will be given brochures and guideline that you can follow to ensure that you will have a safe and smooth hair removal session.
In general, for 6 weeks before your procedure, you are not allowed to shave, wax, or tweeze any part of the area where you will have the hair removed. This is to ensure that you will not be affecting the skin in the area and it will be easier for the procedure.
In addition to that, 6 weeks before and after the procedure, you are not allowed to be exposed in the sun, sun exposure may be negative to your upcoming and you past procedure.
What to Expect
During your procedure, you will not be given anesthesia as the procedure is not evasive at all. The skin to be treated will be applied with numbing cream just so you will not feel any discomfort. But other than that, you may not feel anything at all.
Since you weren’t allowed to remove hair for 6 week, it will be long now, and the practitioner will first trim the hair so it will only be a few millimeters long. Before the actual procedure you will have eye protection and everything else will be discussed.