Laser Hair Removal Treatment For Chest And Abdominal

The most common laser hair removal area for men is the chest. Male chest hair is coarse and thick, making it nearly impossible to shave and extremely painful to wax. The chest hair grows quickly and shaving will lead to quickly appearing stubble although it is cheaper and appears to be simple. Waxing is not only painful, but it may also leave scarring.

Laser treatment is a relatively effective, simple, fast and pain-free solution to removal chest and abdominal hair. An whole laser session is need 4 to 6 treatments depending on the patient's skin and hair color, hair thickness, hair density. Each treatment lasting approximately one hour and the average costs spend about £150-230 ($250-300) in 2015. Laser hair reduction for chest and abdominal may not be permanent, but the area will be smoother for a longer time than with any other method. Touch-up treatment is needed annually or biannually to maintain results.

Laser Hair Reduction Guidebook For Chest & Abdominal

LHR Is The Best Way To Treat Ingrown Hair Of Men


Many men suffer from ingrown hairs which are not only painful but also unsightly. An ingrown hair is a hair that curls back on itself and starts growing back into the follicle, or a hair that fails to grow out of the follicle and stays embedded in the skin. If left untreated, ingrown hairs can become infected and require a Doctor to painfully remove. Ingrowns can occur on any area on the male body, most commonly we see the face, back, shoulders, chest and lower back side. In worse cases, in grown hairs can form a Pilonidal Sinus. Pilonidal sinus disease is a tract with an opening on the skin leading to a collection of hair. It most commonly occurs in the tailbone-coccyx (in the midline between the buttocks)but it can also occur elsewhere, for example in hands and around the navel area. Pilonidal Sinus is extremely painful and requires medical attention to remove.

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