Facts about permanent Laser Hair Removal

Always wanted to get rid of those nasty unwanted hairs permanently? There a great advanced technique called laser hair removal treatment which can solve your problem for you!

Laser hair removal requires a number of treatments to ensure hair does not grow back. Effective treatment depends on your type of hair and your skin type.

If you have been debating whether or not to have permanent laser hair removal you might want to read on to help with your final decision.

Here’s how it works:

Laser lights are directed onto your hair to destroy the roots. This stops the hair growing permanently or at least a lot less than before. Generally, if you have darker hair you generally tend to get better results as the lasers are able to detect pigmentation. However, more and more laser hair removal is becoming just as effective for those with lighter hair colours and for a broader spectrum of skin tones too.

The Application:

A special type of gel is spread on the body with the unwanted part of the hair to keep the skins temperature cool throughout the procedure. The laser tool is then used around the area of unwanted hair. At first the procedure may feel like a slight tingly sensation, but this subsides once the skin gets used to the activation. Be prepared to come back for repeat sessions for a few months – dependent on how hairy you are, skin tone and hair type. Generally speaking though, it usually takes a minimum of three and a maximum of eight session to achieve the desired results.

For more information on laser hair removal and to book a free consultation to see how many the sessions you would need, book a free consultation with a friendly member of the team.