Laser Hair Removal

What is Laser Hair Removal?

Laser hair removal has become popular with both women and offer convenience, it can save you time and money . Laser hair removal uses light emitted from a laser device to stop hair growth. The light damages the hair follicle, gradually making it unable to regrow hair, which leads to permanent hair removal.  Once laser hair removal is complete, you won't have to worry about shaving, waxing, or any other depilatory methods. You won't have to spend time performing hair removal, and you won't have to spend money buying razors and shaving cream, or waxing treatments.

How Laser Hair Removal Works?

The rate of hair growth differs from person to person. dependent on the area of the body, and on other factors such as heredity and ethnicity.  Regardless of those factors, though, body hair grows in three phases from follicles in the skin's dermal layer & the science of laser hair removal remains the same.

The Anagen Phase: Hair is actively growing from the follicle. Laser hair removal is effective on hair that is in the anagen phase, as this is when the follicle is richest in melanin.

The Catagen Phase: Follicles reduce in size, which stops hair growth.

The Telogen Phase: New hair growth begins pushing old hair out of the follicles, and the process begins all over again.

The amount of hair in the anagen phase at any given time varies, but is usually around 80%. Because not all follicles are always in the same growth phase, multiple laser hair removal treatments are necessary to target all the hair in all its growth phases.         

What Laser is Best for my Skin Type?

You may have heard that the ideal complexion for laser hair removal and intense pulsed light (IPL) hair removal is lighter skin and darker hair, due to the contrast in pigment between the hair and skin, which allows the laser to focus its energy on the dark hair, making hair removal more effective