Laser Hair Removal

Apr 12 2014

Men and women can decide to remove unwanted facial and body hair for many reasons, including social acceptance, aesthetic, hygienic and religious reasons. Numerous hair removal techniques have been in and out of fashion over time, and the most effectual so far is laser hair removal, which has gained huge popularity recently.

Traditional hair removal methods include shaving, waxing, depilatory creams and plucking or tweezing. These methods only temporarily remove hair, leaving the skin smooth but often result in undesirable side-effects like razor rash, irritation, ingrown hairs, and even scarring. In addition to these side-effects these processes can be time consuming and need to be repeated regularly to maintain the results.

But time and technology have resulted in advances in hair removal techniques, and none is as effective as laser hair removal. It focuses on the melanin pigment in the hair and therefore allows the laser energy to destroy the cells at the base of the hair follicle. This process progressively reduces the number of hairs in the treatment area, and after a series of treatments results in a permanent hair reduction. Laser hair removal leaves little to no side-effects and in fact is an effective treatment for ingrown hairs commonly caused by waxing or plucking.

Laser treatments can cover a large area in a small amount of time, with people having a treatment in their lunchtime or on the way home from work. Most treatments take from 5–60 minutes to complete and are usually spaced at 6 weekly intervals.

Laser Hair Removal can save you the ongoing cost in both time and price of hair removal products such as wax, creams or razors, and will free you from worrying about daily, weekly or monthly upkeep, as it leaves the skin smooth and free from hair long-term.

For laser hair removal Brisbane, IPL hair removal and laser hair removal prices Brisbane, visit Image by Laser today.


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