The Laser hair removal is a permanent hair removal technique through laser light energy. Each laser works with different types of light and wavelengths having different types of use in medicine. For hair removal, the laser light is absorbed by the melanin (pigment that gives color to the skin and by) preventing the growth of a new strand.
1. How is it done?
The procedure is performed using a laser emitting apparatus, placed exactly on the hair to be removed.
The procedure is fast, ranging from 5 to 30 minutes depending on the number of areas to be treated in the same session.
2. Which regions of the body can be treated?
All regions of the body which have hair may be treated. The most common are:
• Upper lip shadow Armpits Groin Thighs Legs Beard Chest (men)
3. Is laser treatment painful?
The pain with each application of the laser will depend on the size and sensitivity of the treated area. The groin region is more sensitive than the leg; however, the leg is much more extensive and requires a greater number of applications during the same session. Although it generates discomfort, the procedure is well tolerated.