Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal technology started to gain popularity in the mid-1990s.
Unlike shaving or waxing, laser hair removal doesn’t require continuous treatments. This is because the laser light is attracted to the melanin in the root of the hair follicle. Once the hair follicle absorb the light, which will help roots to reduce hair reduction.
Patients will need multiple treatments before they accept the desired results.
The average patient requires 10-12 treatments.
The area, skin color, hair color, hair texture, and growth cycle all play a huge role in the results. For example, a man who is trying to remove facial hair will typically require more treatments than a woman who is trying to remove leg hair.