Pros And Cons Of Laser Hair Removal

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Hair play a very important role as far as aesthetic aspect is concerned. People are ready to spend fortune on hair care, styling, cutting and treatment. One can see that hair grooming is a part and parcel of beauty of a person, more so in case of women.

Laser Hair Removal

Thus unwanted hair are always an eye sore. The common methods that are in vogue for hair removal have to be repeated regularly. Laser hair removal treatments are meant to reduce hair permanently, though laser is not a permanent hair removal treatment. It is a hair reduction treatment.

Laser Treatment For Hair Removal

Laser beams are focused at the target area with the help of a hand held equipment. It aims at the hair root, to be more specific it is aimed at destroying hair follicle. It takes about two weeks for the result to show. This much time is required for the treated hair to fall.Laser treatment is effective only on that hair which is in the growing phase. Hair has three phases, growing, resting and falling. Multiple sittings are required so that more number of hair can be treated.

Laser Treatment

The Pros Of Laser Hair Removal

Smoother Skin

Laser treatment can reduce hair from 40% to 80% in most cases. Of course, though not complete, but there is a visible difference in the number of hair left on the body. The requirement to do waxing or shaving is lesser after the treatment.Treatment does not require grown hair.The treatment can be given on the skin even while you are doing your waxing regularly. It is a good point that one does not have to face the intervening embarrassing phase with ugly hair growth.

Smoother Skin

Less Time Consuming

Hair removing takes very less time in comparison with the other hair removing method like electrolysis. Electrolysis requires each hair to be treated individually.

Less Time Consuming

The Cons Of Laser Hair Removal

Unsatisfactory Result

The results vary from one case to another. The hair reduction may not turn out to be even, hair could be thinner in some areas where as in others they may be more. After the treatment, growth may turn out to be much faster than it should have been.

Hyperpigmentation

Hair removal may make the treated area look darker than the rest. Those who are dark in complexion are more vulnerable.The production of dark pigment melanin gets activated which results in darker skin. Though with the passage of time this will get diminished.

Hyperpigmentation

Hypopigmentation

Again, the dark skin tones are prone to hypopigmentation. Hypopigmentation is the lightening of the skin, it happens due to the laser beams decreasing the melanin production. The skin which loses color remains like that always. This condition is reversible.

Blisters After The Treatment

Blisters, scars and burns may happen on the skin. These conditions can be seen if the doctor is not adequately qualified or is inexperienced.

Blisters After The Treatment

Very Expensive Treatment

Laser hair removal is an expensive treatment. It is not easily affordable by most of the people.

Multiple Sittings Required

Laser hair removal requires many sittings to complete. One has to keep going after an interval for the visible results.

Limited Suitability

Laser treatment suits only those with dark hair. Those with lighter shade of hair color can not make use of this treatment.

Limited Suitability

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