How is Unwanted Hair Removed?
Unwanted hair growth on some body regions, such as the hands, feet, cheeks, and back, can have an adverse psychological and cosmetic influence on an individual. The chemical imbalance in the body, abnormal menstrual cycles, use of certain drugs, pregnancy, and inheritance are some causes of undesired hair growth.
People with folliculitis, ingrown hairs, Hidradinitis suppurativa, etc. can benefit greatly from laser hair reduction.
Permanent hair removal alternatives are numerous, but the ideal for Indian skin is laser hair removal utilising long pulse Nd:YAG or Diode.
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How does it work?
Your hair’s dark hue (melanin) absorbs the laser light beam without harming the skin around it. All of your hair must typically be targeted over the course of 6–8 sessions, each with a 4-6 week interval, in order to stop additional regrowth. By the end of the treatment sessions, you will have a noticeable reduction in the amount of hair growth and a natural appearance with reduced regrowth in thickness, colour, pace, and number. Most people need 6–8 sessions to see noticeable, satisfactory cosmetic benefits. Depending on your hair growth pattern, maintenance appointments might be required twice or three times a year.