Laser Hair Reduction
Unwanted hair is something that everyone might have faced at some point of time in their life. Hairs might be preventing you from wearing your beautiful dress and flaunting your skin at a party. There are many solutions to this practical difficulty, but not all solutions are practical. Shaving and hair removal creams need to be used repeatedly. Other technical procedure may give short-term results.
Wouldn’t it be best if it is done once and for all? Well, that’s exactly what Laser hair reduction does to complement you with smooth and beautiful skin.
About Laser Hair Reduction
Laser hair reduction (LHR) is gaining popularity among the Indian population. It is a non-surgical procedure performed to remove unwanted hair using light energy. Pain-free Laser therapy has been introduced; it is a convenient procedure with a much better output.
How would LHR benefit me?
LHR confers the following benefits:
- It removes 60 – 90% of unwanted hair.
- The results last for a longer duration.
- It specifically targets the problematic area without damaging the surrounding skin.
- It can be used to remove hair from any part of the body, including arms, legs, bikini line, back, buttocks, chest, upper lip, etc.
- It is an efficient procedure to remove hair from large areas of skin.
- It is cost-effective compared to the money spent on conventional processes in a lifetime.
How does LHR work?
Laser contains an intense beam of light of a single wavelength that is targeted on a specific area of the skin. This beam will penetrate through the skin and interact with the skin pigment called melanin. The interaction will generate heat that will damage the hair follicles inhibiting the further hair growth.
LHR vs other methods
Intense Pulse Light (IPL): IPL is a broadband-pulsed light source that targets the melanin pigment. Laser treatment is selective and more energy is focused on the hair follicle. Thus, faster results are obtained from laser than IPL treatment.
Epilators: When compared to LHR, epilators are very painful, time-consuming and do not have a permanent effect. The procedure for LHR is less complicated, and the treatment shows permanent results.
Electrolysis is another method practised for a long time; it is very slow and involves a tedious process without permanent outcomes.