Shaving is one of the most aggravating grooming tasks performed by both men and women. Most men shave on a daily basis, which can incredibly irritate the skin causing both discomfort and physical marks that can be quite embarrassing. Women also are privy to shaving related issues, as most women shave less frequently than men, but cover a greater surface area. This can lead to an ingrown hairs are very uncomfortable to deal with.
An ingrown hair is caused by a follicle shaft that has sealed at the surface and/or is unable to support the hair follicle in a straight path. When people pluck, tweeze or wax off their hair, they are ripping the existing hair out of the delicate shaft that supports it (and immediately starting a new cycle of hair to begin). The hair begins to grow and is trapped inside the follicle causing the hair to continue to grow and to inflame and possibly infect the skin. Add in picking at it, and you are looking for trouble. You will most definitely damage and scar your skin (sometimes irreversible) and in addition leave yourself open to all sorts of bacterial infections.
If you are suffering from shaving irritations, look to prevent razor burn, ingrown hairs, and bumps using different techniques and a variety of products it’s time now for a change.
Women often experience a variety of problems that result from shaving. Depending on the woman herself, the problem may be razor burn, painful bumps, or ingrown hairs. All of these problems can be prevented using the laser hair removal. Laser hair removal is great for both men and women who are tired of constantly shaving and experiencing painful irritation. Laser hair removal has been around for years and zaps the hair follicle, stopping any hair production and leaving the skin smooth and healthy.
With a series of 8 treatments you can say goodbye to the razor. Treatments are quick, effective and virtually painless.
What is laser hair removal? How does it work?
Laser hair removal offers patients a safe, fast, and effective alternative for dealing with unwanted hair. Lasers work by emitting a specialized light that is passed through the skin and preferentially absorbed by its target, which is the hair. The laser used in hair removal targets the melanin (color) in the hair follicle, damaging the follicle and removing the hair. Laser hair removal is safe enough to be used on all body parts, including the face, back, underarms, bikini line, legs, and arms to name a few.
There are a number of factors that can affect the success of a series of hair removal treatments, but generally, after each treatment, you will see a noticeable reduction in the number of hairs that regrow in the treatment area. The timing between your treatments is also critical for optimal results, as the laser is only able to treat your hair that is actively growing. Dormant hair follicles will grow new hair in cycles, which will need to be treated as they sprout. You should schedule your laser hair removal treatments every 4-6 weeks.
Laser hair removal is quick, effective and virtually pain free (some may experience a slight discomfort). Laser Hair Removal does not actually remove the existing hair, but actually targets the next hair cycle in the same follicle shaft, stopping it before it actually forms, so when the existing hair is out on its own, the follicle just seals itself up….THUS STOPPING POSSIBLE INGROWN HAIRS FROM EVERY HAPPENING.
Get laser…Get rid of the problem, once and for all….You will just love the results