November 15, 2007

Sky-Rocketing Laser Hair Removal Treatment  

When a large amount of money is invested in something, you expect to get a refund or profit in same sort, since no one likes to throw hard work over the window. That is exactly what you will be doing if you do not read a bit what laser hair removal is all about and how it works. This sort of process is both costly and time consuming, on the short term, so you need to think really hard if you're up to it and if you need it: in a nutshell, you should be able to point the advantages and disadvantages of laser hair removal, as well as other features such as the results obtained and the period they last. No Mercy: Root Follicle Removal

The laser treatment isn't for everyone as the technology affects some types of skin and favors other: for example, Caucasian fair types of skin do not handle the beams very well and might get irritated while African American and Hispanic types are sure to obtain a perfect smooth skin with this treatment; the idea is that the hair must be differently colored and textured when compared to the skin: an ideal candidate would be a light complexioned person with dark hair. The curriculum of the process involves some physics of course, but nothing too complicated since it all comes down to the damaging of the follicle's root. More exactly, beams of full spectrum light combined with infrared light that has low wavelengths and only some rays get into the skin, which track down the melatonin pigmented hairs and heats the roots. After a few sessions, at least three or four, the root is destroyed and burnt.

It's All Good

The biggest plus laser therapy has is that you are able to take care of every part of your body, the technicians and cosmetologists using this type of equipment will not be hindered by complicated angles or delicate areas: the hair on the legs, arms, from under the armpits, above the lip, on the chest, on the back, the extra strands of hair on the eyebrows, along the bikini line...where else? Laser hair removal can go anywhere and the specialists that are at your disposal can confirm it.

Does it seem to good to be true? Well, here is another benefit of laser hair removal: there are no unforeseen or considerable side-effects. It is natural though, after your skin has undergone such a serious treatment, to expect some redness over the area and a sensation of inflammation that will fade away in maximum three days, depending on how large the treated area was. However, you should keep in mind that you have to be patient and persistent in your goal, and go to the other two or three sessions, to remove the hair completely and get it done once and for all. Otherwise, the effects will still last long, longer than any other method that removes only the hair and not the root. For further information, don't hesitate to ask your doctor about the types of lasers used and what kinds of treatments are suitable for you.

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