Laser hair removal is a more permanent alternative to waxing, shaving and other hair removal treatments. It can get rid of unwanted hair and stop it from growing back.
Having laser hair removal is very easy. The doctor will simply pass the laser device across your skin. The laser targets the dark melanin in your hair, heating it up and destroying the hair follicle. The surrounding skin will be left unharmed, but you may feel a sensation a bit like having an elastic band snapped against it. You may experience some redness and irritation after the treatment, but this shouldn’t last long.
Once the follicle has been destroyed, the hair won’t be able to grow back. It should fall out a short while after the treatment and you should see a permanent reduction in regrowth. However, since the laser treatment only works on hair at a particular stage of its growth cycle, you will need multiple treatments to get rid of all your hair. The number of treatments you need will depend on how tough the hair is and where it is located on your face or body.
If you’re looking for a more permanent solution for unwanted facial hair or excess body hair, make an appointment with Harley Street Surgery to learn more about laser hair removal.
Laser hair removal can help get rid of unwanted or excess hair. Since it produces long term results, it can be a more convenient option than shaving or waxing. It can also be gentler for your skin than many hair removal creams. You can use laser removal to get rid of hair from anywhere on your body. It can even be used to target unwanted facial hair.
Laser hair treatment is very safe when it is performed by an experienced doctor. It can also be very effective, but the success can depend on the type of hair that is being treated. Laser removal can be more effective for certain skin tones and hair colours. Dr Bhar can help you to decide if it is the right treatment for you.
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