How To Remove Hair In-between Treatment?
Can I Waxing Or Tweezer After Laser Hair Removal?

If You Are Going To Plan Have LHR :

Do not have Waxing, Tweezer or Chemical any time during treatments, including any time between treatments. Doing so will not only remove the target for the next laser session, they will disturb the hair growth cycle and make the laser procedure less effective, increase the number of treatments.

The lasers works best by identifying the dark root of the hair in the follicle, differentiating it as a target from the lighter color tissue around the follicle, which allows the follicle to be destroyed and inhibits new hair growth. Waxing or tweezer the hair pulls it out, damaging the hair follicle, but not enough to destroy it. This causes the next hair root in the follicle to grow in to be thinner and lighter and not enough pigment which makes it a poorer target for the laser. So the laser might not be as effective.

The only hair removal method to be used between laser treatment is shaving. Once the skin appears normal again (about 24 - 48 hours after treatment), shaving stranded hairs is OK since it does not damage the hair follicles. Some practitioners even believe that shaving is beneficial to laser treatment, because it allows the laser to focus its energy on the hair follicle rather than the hair shaft. So, you must shaving 24 hours before the next laser session.

Can I Wax After I Finished Whole Laser Hair Redyction Sessions? Will It Make Hair Grow Back Thicker?

If You Will Not Be Retreating With LHR
Or You Had Finished Whole Sessions :

It's OK for you to Plucking, Waxing or Chemical at least 2 weeks after laser treatment. Hair removal by laser is not the be-all-and-end-all solution to get rid of hair since laser does not really remove the hair follicle. But most people will see that the 80-90% of hairs are greatly reduced around 1-2 years after the complete set of 4-6 treatments. Like waxing, plucking, and depilatory creams, maintenance is required, albeit at much longer intervals. Studies have proven that those methods may be used for any residual hairs after you finished the whole sessions and it does not affect the thickness or the rate of hair growth.

However, over time, you may experience more and more serious for growth recur, regardless of doing these treatments now. So, our advice to you is that if you are going to spend money on LHR you should continue the annual maintenance sessions.

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