Are you tired of razor burn and stubble or the irritation of waxing? Both men and women with unwanted hair know the struggle of keeping their bodies hair-free. Whether you are done with shaving your armpits or having your back waxed, laser hair removal may be the solution you have been waiting for. Now is the time to get your body ready for the beach with a permanent answer to your hair removal problems.
How Laser Hair Removal Works
Laser technology is used in hair removal by targeting the hair follicle during the growth stage. When disrupted from growing hair during this stage, the hair follicle will stop growing hair, eliminating the need for shaving or waxing. However, every hair follicle on your body grows hair at different times. So even though you have laser therapy once, it will only stop the hair follicles that were in the growth stage at that time. In most cases a few sessions over a couple of weeks is needed to impact all the follicles in an area.
Although laser hair removal is effective, it is also a medical procedure that should be carefully performed and monitored. After all, you are targeting a high powered laser at your skin. You should only undergo this procedure under the supervision of a dermatologist that will use the safest and most effective options for your skin. Some laser hair removal systems like the Cynosure Elite that are used by dermatologists offer a less painful experience while improving the texture and softness of your skin when removing your unwanted hair.
If you want to ditch that razor or forego the painful waxing every month, call your local dermatologist clinic to schedule your laser hair removal appointment. Make the summer of 2016 the easiest one yet with no need to shave or wax before heading to the beach.
Posted on behalf of:
Olansky Dermatology Associates
Peachtree Lenox Building
3379 Peachtree Road #500
Atlanta, GA 30326
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