You are a modern woman who does not have a lot of time to waste on tedious and mundane tasks. Yet, like most women, you suffer with a common problem of a lot of unwanted body hair growth. This means you must spend countless hours in the bathroom removing hair with a razor, wax or through some other chemical means. Being of a modern mindset, you would hope that by now science would have solved the problem of unwanted body hair. Fortunately, you live at a point in time where getting rid of body hair couldn’t be easier. In fact, many people are choosing laser hair removal and finding that they do not need to waste a lot of time with other outdated forms of hair removal anymore. This is, of course, music to your ears. The time you would save not having to worry about removing unwanted body hair could be better spent sleeping in a little later or focusing on other aspects of your morning routine. Plus, it would prevent you from having to clean out the drain of all that messy hair.
Does Laser Hair Removal Really Work?
It is one thing to hear about a great cosmetic breakthrough, but you then find out that it does not really work for you that well. The truth is that laser hair removal used to be one of these cosmetic treatments that only worked for certain people. At one time, you had to have light skin and dark hairs for laser hair removal to work for you. With today’s modern lasers, it is possible to calibrate the laser to target any color hair for any skin tone. So now, even those who have darker complexions can benefit from the use of laser hair removal to keep unwanted body hair at bay.
How Does Laser Hair Removal Work
The idea is relatively straight forward. After a technician gives you protective eye wear to protect your vision from the laser, the use of photon energy is employed from the laser to zap the pigment inherent inside your hair follicles. As the pigment is demolished by photons from the laser, this causes the hair to fall out. As the laser impairs the hair follicles, this makes it more difficult for hair to grow back. In fact, it is typical for people to notice that their hair starts to grow back thinner and less frequently after a few laser hair removal treatments.
Unfortunately, a laser does not yet exist that can achieve this goal in a single treatment session. For many people, they eventually reach a point where their hair does not grow back for many months at a time. A regular series of treatments can help reduce the frequency and thickness of hair growth.
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Are you interested in learning more about laser hair removal? Contact us today at the Soza Clinic and schedule your consultation at one of our Texas locations! We proudly serve you from Bedford, Frisco, and Richardson.