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Does Hair Laser Offer Permanent Removal? - Articles Surfing
Chances are you have heard about hair laser being a permanentremoval but is it true! The interesting thing is that lasertreatments are sometimes very misunderstood. Typically, peoplething this type of procedure does provide permanent results. Inother words, a woman could see a board certified doctor whoprovides hair laser treatment thinking that after one session,the hair on her leg will never grow back.
With this, there are two misconceptions. The first is that hairlaser for permanent removal is a myth. Second, in the majorityof cases one treatment is not adequate. With laser hairremoval, what you get is permanent hair 'reduction'. Theproblem is that data as to the duration for this reduction andthe amount of hair reduction achieved is not recorded. Anotherchallenge is that information on how often someone experiencespermanent hair reduction occurs is also unknown.
For hair removal to work, a laser light set at a specificwavelength is delivered into the skin. Targeting thepigmentation in hair, it causes thermal damage to the hairfollicle but without damaging any of the surrounding tissue. When performed by a professional, people do see amazing resultsbut even with this, they are not permanent. Instead, peopleexperience long-lasting hair removal or a permanent reduction ofhair growth, not actually permanent hair removal.
Depending on the type of laser used, the kind of hair targeted,and the area of the body being worked on, regrowth will returnbut in most cases, it grows in lighter and the texture is notnearly as course. This means that hair does grow back but ittakes longer and then is not as obvious as it originally was,making laser hair removal such a popular choice. Then, sincehair removal can be performed on men and women and on variousparts of the body, it becomes an even more attractiveopportunity.
When considering hair laser for permanent removal, keep in mindthat people with blonde, red, and gray hair usually have poorerresults over those with dark hair. In addition, individualswith dark skin need to see a professional who specializes inhair laser removal for dark skin in that the process is muchmore challenging. Unfortunately, the word 'permanent' whenassociated with laser hair removal has been misused andsometimes, misrepresented.
Therefore, if you see an advertisement for a clinic or spa thatoffers services for hair removal and permanent removal, move on. Unfortunately, some unsuspecting consumers will become drawninto words such as '100% permanent' or even 'permanent',spending good money to have a number of treatments performed,and then only to discover the hair grows back. The bottom lineis these people have been duped with one simple word ' permanent.
Any promise of no hair regrowth is nothing more than a lie. Infact, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cracked down oncertain terms. Because of this, they have establishedregulations by which clinics and spas must use the word'reduction' in the advertisement. Yes, as mentioned people doexperience permanent reduction. In other words, if a woman hadthick hair on her legs and had to shave every day, using laserremoval might means the hair growing in lighter as far as colorbut also texture. Therefore, she might be able to shave everythird day. This alone is a huge advantage and worth theinvestment but be careful when choosing who will perform yourhair laser removal procedures.
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