Understanding How Laser Hair Removal Works

When people are faced with permanent processes there may be plenty of tension and anxiety associated. Understanding the process of precisely how laser hair removal is done is a vital role in helping to manage that stress and anxiety before and during the process.  With the help of our products, you can get the best body fx results.

Understanding How Laser Hair Removal Works

Laser hair removal has been a popular hair removal treatment since 1997 and has just become increasingly more powerful (and popular) in the last couple of years. It's safe, effective, and considerably more permanent than other hair removal choices like waxing, tweezing or waxing.

Understanding the Laser

The particular lasers used in hair removal emit a unique beam of light at a wavelength that especially targets the melanin in the hair and in the follicle. Melanin is what gives color to your skin and hair. The laser beam passes through the skin and is then absorbed by the melanin living in the hair follicle.

This is why candidates with fair skin and dark hair are often the most successful. If the skin tone and hair color are too similar, the lasers are not able to differentiate between the hair and skin.

The laser damages the follicle to a point beyond repair, and hair no longer grows in that area. When the follicle is gone, the skin starts to close and will make a smooth surface within the skin.

Why You Require More than One Treatment

While the laser is comprehensive, laser hair removal only works on hair that's actively growing. At any given time, a certain proportion of the hair on your body is in what is known as the” Resting phase".