Permanent Laser Hair Removal and Laser Therapy

Permanent Hair Removal Is It Right For You?
by: Jeff Lakie

It's an endless cycle - you shave, you wax, you pluck. The hair grows back and you shave, you wax and you pluck again. And again. With today's busy life styles, who has time to repeat the process as often as it's needed? Most people will tell you that they'd be willing to undergo some pretty intense treatments to stop or at least slow the process. That's the reason behind the latest in hair removal technology.

Laser hair removal is arguably one of the most radical treatments to stop or slow the growth of hair. It can be performed on almost any part of the body, is relatively safe and widely available. There are some disadvantages, with the major being the cost of the procedure. Actual prices will vary depending on the amount of hair to be removed and who you choose to do the procedure. You should remember that this is a serious step and there is potential for damage to the skin so be sure to choose a reputable source for your laser hair removal.

If you decide that laser surgery is a viable option for you, check into the potential for a free consultation. Ask questions including how long the hair growth will be stopped (some don't guarantee permanent hair removal but do promise for a specific period of time).

There are literally thousands of hair removal products on the market, many touting their ability to permanently remove hair. Be sure to know about any procedures before you sign up. Ask what kind of training the person performing the procedure has had and check into testimonials from clients. In the case of a product that offers permanent hair removal, take time to read instructions, ingredients and potential hazards. If you're hoping to remove the hair from your face and a particular product sounds appealing, be sure that it's safe for use on the face.

Depending on the individual, permanent hair removal could be worth the cost and effort of one of the many permanent hair removal processes. Before you take that step, be sure that you are one of them.
About The Author

Betty Clayton is the founder of Easy Waxing a website providing information on hair removal and shaving

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Removing Unwanted body hair Permanently
by: Balaji

Both males and females have unwanted hairs in their body. Everybody wishes to be fresh and energetic. It can be done in a many number of ways according the level of hairs in the body. It is found that around 80% of the women and around 50% of the men are going for hair removal in some form or the other. Facial hair removal is more popular among men and women.

Hair removal in the hands, legs, arms, underarms, bikini area, face, and eyebrows are commonly practiced these days. Sports persons go for hair removal since it will cut down the wind resistance and improve their competitive speeds. There is a report saying that hair removal salons are getting more and more men customers for removing hair.

Different devices are used for hair removal in different parts of the body. Waxing, sugaring, and electrolysis are the most preferred methods for permanent body hair removal. Laser treatments are also used for permanent body hair removal. Waxing is a method of hair removal in which wax is applied over the hairs and then a cotton strip is rubbed on the wax in the direction of the hair growth.

Waxing and sugaring are done for male body hair removal. Waxing removes the hairs from the roots and hence the regrowth of hairs in the removed area takes between 6 to 8 weeks. After hair removal through waxing even if the hair grows it is thinner and is sparser in the area. There are not many hairs in that area. Upon further hair removal the hair may go off permanently. Usage of a hair growth inhibitor after male body hair removal through waxing is usually done to reduce the growth of hairs in that area.

Then the cotton strip is removed in the opposite direction of the hair growth for permanent body hair removal. Sugaring is also a method that is used for hair removal permanently. The difference is the sugar paste instead of wax for removal. Whether a person is using waxing or sugaring he is advised to use a hair growth inhibitor after the removal of hairs to prevent hair growth or to slow down the growth of hairs.

Most of the sports persons who are involved in the sports like swimming and cycling opt for permanent body hair removal, since permanent body hair removal would improve their speeds by reducing the air friction. There are many devices that are used for permanent body hair removal. Each device comes with its own functionality and ease of use with a price tag that is affordable.

Electrolysis and Laser treatments remove the hairs permanently from the skin. In these methods the hair follicle is destroyed so that the hair does not grow again. Electrolysis method uses needles to supply electric current to the hair follicles. This electric current creates some chemical changes or generates heat to destroy the hair follicles. In Laser treatment the laser beams are directed towards the hair follicles to destroy it. Laser treatments are costly when compared to other methods of hair removal.
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Laser Therapy: An Effective Method to Get Rid of Your Facial
by: Rachel Stepsen

Laser hair removal of unwanted facial and body hair has proved to be quite popular. Unwanted hair on the face or body afflicts both men and women. It is an embarrassment in a largely fuzz-free society.

We are constantly bombarded with advertisements and media snippets of beautiful women with silky smooth skin and bare chest men. The pressure is tremendous to present a well- groomed look.

Removing the hair poses problems because each method of hair removal such as plucking, threading, waxing, lotions and electrolysis has its advantages and disadvantages. Laser hair removal overcomes some of the disadvantages of traditional methods of hair removal and provides a safe and lasting solution for the problem of unwanted hair.

Waxing and shaving are some of the age-old methods used to remove hair. Waxing can be painful and can cause skin irritation. Shaving encourages re-growth of hair. Moreover, the re-grown hairs are harder and darker. Hair removal creams are pain-free but they cannot be used on sensitive skin. None of the above methods provides long lasting solutions against the unwanted hair.

Electrolysis scores in this regard but it can be a painful, time-consuming and expensive method. Laser hair removal of facial and body hair can overcome these disadvantages. This is the reason why most of the renowned cosmetologists prefer laser hair removal to other methods of removing unwanted hair.

Laser removal of facial and body hair is long lasting, unlike traditional methods as waxing, shaving and hair removal creams. Laser hair removal is not painful. Most customers have described the feeling after laser hair removal to be like a 'tingling' sensation or a 'small pinch'.

Side effects of laser hair removal method are very rare and no visible irritation of the skin is seen for most people. The costs of laser hair removal vary from individual to individual. It is dependent on factors such as the amount of hair to be removed, type of hair growth and the area covered.

Laser hair removal of facial and body hair is safe, clean, simple and quicker than most hair removal methods. Laser hair removal can be used on any part of the body. The time required for the treatment would vary from a few minutes to a few hours.

For larger body areas, several sessions of a few hours each may be required. Laser treatment works best when the hair is in the anagen or active growth phase. This may not be the case all the time for all the hair, thus requiring more than one session.

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Rachel Stepsen suffered hair loss from her mid-20's. In an effort to find treatment, Rachel learned all there is to know about hair. Although she tried to prevent hair loss, she also learned all about hair removal. She's written a series of articles to help others learn about hair, and permanent hair removal

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