Laser hair removal

Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses a focused beam of light (laser) to remove excess, unwanted hair.

During laser hair removal, the laser emits light that is absorbed by the pigment (melanin) in the hair. Light energy is converted into heat, which damages the tubular sacs inside the skin (hair follicles) that are responsible for producing hair. This damage prevents or delays hair growth.

Frequently Asked Questions

You need 6 to 8 sessions on average to include permanent results of 70 or 80%, as the hairs will reappear after each session, about 30 to 40 days, and each time the hair growth will be less and smoother.
After the second or three sessions, you will notice that the hair falls out on its own, and after the basic sessions (the 6 or 8 sessions), you will find that the hair grows slowly and after a long time, and is soft and easy to remove.
The laser session takes from 10 minutes to half an hour depending on the size of the area, for example the bikini area or the bottom of the arms will not take much, while the hands and arms may lengthen for a little session and after the end of the laser session the doctor will give you a moisturizing cream to apply on the area that underwent the laser session. Never be exposed to heat, whether it is From sunlight or a warm bath, and do not put any perfumes or deodorants for 4 or 5 days. The laser effort is not wasted, you can only use the cream or the razor. Write down the sessions' dates to calculate the time between each session so that you do not forget

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Laser Hair Removal
  • 16 February, 2021
  • Laser hair removal

Laser hair removal operations aim to treat hair growth, and to prevent it from returning again in areas of the body in which a person does not want hair growth, for cosmetic reasons, or for the purpose of treating excess hair. During recent years, both men and women have begun to turn to laser treatments aimed at removing hair from several areas of the body, whether these areas are visible or hidden: the chest, back, legs, underarms, face, upper thighs, and other areas. Laser therapy prevents the regrowth of melanin cells in the skin layers and hair follicles. ....

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Laser hair removal