The Quack Claims For Laser Hair Removal Treatment

Permanent & 100% Permanent

The facts : There is no 100% guaranteed permanent for it.
This is largely due to the fact that laser can not really kill the follicles, it only forces the follicles into a prolonged dormancy and doesn't remove the follicle from the skin. According to the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, the laser emits a low-energy beam of light that penetrates the skin. This energy is then absorbed by the melanin responsible for the pigmentation of the hair, heating the follicle and essentially destroying its structure. The hair is removed, but the follicle remains intact.

Generally, each LHR treatment should cause a reduction of between 10-25% in hair growth and you will need to follow through with 4 to 6 laser treatments to gain the best length of results possible. In patients with white or blond hair, complete regrowth is likely within about a year. In patients with dark hair and light skin, hair will be kept at bay for up to 2 years. Over time, scattered hairs may re-grow and the hair is now at a tolerable thickness and darkness, so areas may be less bothersome even when the hair grows back. You may opt for annual maintenance sessions to deter full regrowth.

Quack Claims For Virtually Painless, Permanent, No Regrowth Of Laser Hair Reduction

Guaranteed 0% Regrowth

Nobody knows for sure what the regrowth rates are.
Some people notice regrowth after several months or years, while others find they never have to hair removal again.

Typically, a person with fair skin and lighter colored hair will be able to remain hair free longer than someone who has dark colored hair. If you have dark hair, don't let it persuade you to not go forward with treatment, it just means that you may need more treatments, and that there is potential for you to have hair back sooner.

A younger woman may have faster hair regrowth than an older lady. A person who has their underarms, legs, or eyebrows done will have different growth rates because eyebrows grow slower than underarm hair and leg hair.

Facial hair on a man of twenty will return faster than an older man who has the exact same procedure done with the same technology. If he has coarse hair, he may need more treatments to remove the hair than someone with finer hair.

Painless & Virtually Painless

Overall, LHR is not pain, but the patient is uncomfortable and it feel like a rubber band snapping the skin. Of cause it is dependant upon your pain threshold and skin or hair type, the hurt is less for people with lighter skin tones and finer hair.

IPL may be painful than lasers to some people due to tendency to super heat epidermal melanin, but, the pain wasn't unbearable at all, nothing like the searing pain of waxing or Electrolysis. If it is becoming uncomfortable, you can apply small quantities that numbs the skin.

However, it's worth noting that, a significant pain should be viewed as a signal that the device settings are not customized to the patient.

Laser Hair Removal Ahead Of Electrolysis

It is not always ahead of electrolysis.
Not all types of skin are suitable for hair removal by laser, Electrolysis is generally suitable for all hair and skin types. Electrolysis is the only method which has been scientifically proven to result in permanent, but it is very painful and has the risk scars. However, the overall costs of laser treatment is much lower than electrolysis although the cost per session is far in excess of that for electrolysis.

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