When people are encountered with long lasting procedures there can be a lot of pressure associated. Understanding the process of exactly how Laser Hair Removal treatments are conducted is a key part in helping to manage that pressure before and during the process. Laser techniques has been a well-known techniques treatment since 1997 and has only become progressively more beneficial (and popular) in the past several years. It is safe, efficient, and much longer lasting than other techniques options such as wax, tweezing or electrolysis.
However, laser device treatments still does not work for people with fine hair, (including greyish and blonde), and people with black hair and black skin must use a specific type of laser device to see the successful results.
The specific laser treatment used in techniques emit a special laser device ray at a wavelength that is specifically targets the melanin in the hair and at the string. Melanin is what gives color to your epidermis and hair. The laser device passes through your epidermis layer, and is then absorbed by the melanin residing in the hair string.
This is the reason why applicants with fair epidermis and black hair are often the most successful. If the complexion and hair color are too similar, the laser treatment are unable to differentiate between your epidermis layer and hair. A specific “long wave laser” is ideal for black haired, black skinned applicants.
The Laser Hair Removal damages the string to a point beyond repair, and hair no longer grows in that spot. Once the string is gone, your epidermis layer begins to close and will create a smooth surface over your epidermis layer.