If you have sensitive skin and often experience irritation or rashes after shaving or waxing, laser hair removal can help. In fact, laser hair removal can help people who have all different types of skin. Just what is this procedure though, and how can it benefit you?
Benefits of Laser Hair Removal
While there is an abundance of benefits to choosing laser hair removal, the best advantage is that it does not pose any adverse side effects. No longer will you need to worry about razor burn, skin irritation, ingrown hair or rashes. Furthermore, there is no discomfort associated with laser hair removal like there is with waxing.
Additionally, since laser hair removal removes hair at the root, you can see as much as a 70 percent decrease in hair growth after just a few sessions. In fact, in many cases, the procedure can even stop hair growth permanently. Finally, laser hair removal can be performed on even your most delicate body parts, with no irritation.
How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?
Laser hair removal uses an ultra-fine laser to destroy the roots of hair follicles. This is a completely safe and pain-free procedure that can stop hair growth after just a few sessions. During the process, a technician will press the laser against your skin targeting various hair follicles.
One session typically only takes a few minutes to inhibit hair re-growth. After the procedure, you will need to avoid direct sunlight for the next few days. However, there is no recuperation period and you will be able to resume your daily schedule in no time at all making laser hair removal a perfect choice.
Contact Connie Brennan RN, expert aesthetic nurse and Botox injector in MN, for a consultation.
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