There are several laser hair removal systems available today, but they all work using the principal of selective photothermolysis, in which a carefully timed pulse of laser energy passes through the skin and is absorbed and converted to heat energy at the hair follicle. The generated heat energy is designed to destroy the hair follicle so it cannot grow back.
Laser Hair Removal works best in lighter skinned, darker haired patients. Because the primary target in hair follicles is melanin pigment, less laser energy is absorbed by the skin and more by the hair follicle. Tanned skin also "robs" laser energy as it passes through the skin to the hair follicle. Because the pigment in the hair is the target for the laser energy, gray or white hair (which lacks pigment) cannot be effectively treated with any laser or light-based device.
Multiple laser treatments are necessary for best results. Laser energy has its greatest effect on growing, or anagen hair follicles; as the dormant, or telogen hairs become active, usually within three weeks to three months, some new hair growth will be observed. Usually at least three treatments over the course of a year will be necessary for satisfactory, long-lasting results. The female face, armpits, and bikini lines are areas which respond fastest to laser treatments. Backs, arms, and legs usually require more treatments. The scalp is very resistant to treatment.
Laser Hair Removal is the ultimate solution for men—you’re skin is free of uncomfortable razor burn and ingrown hairs for a cleaner, well-groomed appearance, minus the hassle and time it takes to shave. Laser Hair Removal can treat hair anywhere on the body.
If you are male?
If you have unwanted hair?
If you experience razor rash?
Then, you are the perfect candidate for laser hair removal treatments at Kerisma.
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