Laser Hair Removal
Unwanted hair can be reduced via laser hair removal. Legs, armpits, the upper lip, the chin, and the bikini line are among the common areas treated. With the exception of the eyelid or vicinity, it is possible to cure undesirable hair in almost any place. Tattooed skin also shouldn’t be treated.
The pigment (melanin) in the hair absorbs the laser light that is emitted during laser hair removal. The tube-shaped hair follicles that create hair are harmed when light energy is converted to heat. Future hair development is inhibited or delayed by this injury.
Even while laser hair removal efficiently stops hair growth for extended periods of time, it typically doesn’t remove hair permanently. For initial hair removal, several laser treatments are required, and follow-up treatments may be necessary. All skin types can benefit from laser hair removal, although those with light skin and dark hair benefit the most.