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Laser Hair Removal Up-Close

BY: Julie Molloy | Category: Health | Submitted: 2010-09-16 06:24:43
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Article Summary: "Remove unwanted hair permanently with laser hair removal. Some popular traditional body hair removal techniques are shaving, plucking, waxing and sometimes creams but they are not permanent. .."


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Many have looked for and done the standard procedures to take out unwanted hair. Some popular body hair removal techniques are shaving, plucking, waxing and sometimes creams. Though each has its advantages, they can only temporarily remove hair.

For those who want lasting, painless hair removal, laser hair technology is the answer. This kind of hair removal treatment is perfect for those who want to have soft skin with no mess at all. With laser removal, the unwanted hair gets permanently removed.

This up-to-date system of laser hair removal was made to greatly take away unwanted hair problems. This lasting hair removal technique gives off a laser light that penetrates through the pigment found in the hair follicles responsible for hair growth. Laser pulses crumble the pigments that reduce hair growth.

Laser hair removal is pain free, not like the other methods. You only experience a tingling sensation on your skin. Those who avail of this treatment prefer the resulting surge of pain more than other removal methods.

Topical anesthesia is used for clients with delicate skin. A grace period of thirty to forty minutes is provided so that the cream will settle in and numb the skin wherever the procedure will take place. This allows the procedure to be completely discomfort-free.

How long a procedure takes, depends on the area to be managed. It can be as brief as several minutes or as long as an hour. Ensure complete and permanent hair removal with four to six sessions, spaced one to one and half months apart.

There may be slight redness or swelling after each session, especially for the first few treatments. Hair removal experts assure that these skin responses fade away after a few hours. The use of lotions, antiperspirants or deodorants on the treated area should be temporarily suspended for two days to avoid any unnecessary irritation on the skin.

Before your next session do not wax or pluck the skin that is targeted to be removed. Shaving is more preferred because this will allow the new hairs to be evident. Thicker hair is ideal for laser hair removal.

Furthermore, it is safe and harmless in general. No matter your skin color or the thickness of your hair, you can get a laser hair removal treatment. Nevertheless, it has been observed to work best on coarse hair and light skin color.

With laser hair removal, you never have to worry about stubborn, unwanted hair again. Be forever hair free in just six sessions. You should definitely give this new treatment a try.

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