Laser time


Unwanted hair has always been a bane and a cause of embarrassment for both men and women. However in this case, women suffer more psychological and emotional scarring than men. Hair removal methods such a waxing, tweezing and shaving leaves the skin feeling uneven, bumps, cut or even burnt at times. The surface layer of the skin feels rough and prickly.

Looking Good With Laser

Laser hair removal is considered one of the best options of hair removal and it does not damage to the skin in the long run. This technique involves using beams of intense and concentrated light which penetrates through the hair follicles. It is then absorbed by the pigments present in the follicles and destroys the hair within. Laser hair removal technique is one of the most popular and commonly used treatments around the globe. This procedure can be used to remove unsightly hair from any part of the body. Some of the most common areas on the body where this is used are; bikini line, face, back, underarm, shoulders, legs, chest, arm and stomach.

Coming Clean

One of the biggest advantages of laser hair removal treatments is that it is a very precise technique which targets dark, coarse hair and leaves skin surrounding it undamaged. Apart from which it is also very quick and can cover a large area in a short time. Each pulse takes barely a fraction of a second and thus it can treat many hairs all at once. Small areas such as an upper lip can be worked upon in less than sixty seconds while large areas could only take about an hour.

Doing It Right

The success of laser hair removal has almost always been hundred percent and it is recommended to do to a well known clinic with expert technicians who will not damage or burn the skin while applying the laser. Patients are even known to have permanent hair loss after about five sessions, however this depends on the texture of the hair and the area covered in the treatment. Laser hair removal is not just about removal of unsightly hair, but in fact it is a procedure which requires intense medical training.

Knowing Your Laser Technique


Patients who wish to undergo this treatment must do a thorough and detailed check on the doctor’s and clinic’s credentials by speaking to satisfied patients or doing a search online. It is recommended that if one is planning on undergoing this treatment, all other hair removal techniques such as waxing, electrolysis or plucking must be arrested at least a month before commencement of the treatment. Along with this exposure to the sun must be avoided pre and post the treatment for a period of six weeks. Harsh sunlight can cause pigmentation to the open pores and affect the intensity of the treatment. The laser is administered to areas with thick and coarse hair first depending on the amount of time that it is likely to take. When the treatment is done, the skin may feel sore or inflamed. However the doctor or technician will recommend anti-inflammatory creams and cold compresses.