Laser epilation – is it worth investing in?
Are you tired of shaving every day? Annoyed by ingrown hairs and red, itchy dots on your legs, underarms or bikini area? Don’t like using patches and waxes that give you pain and irritation? Be sure to try laser epilation!
Laser epilation is an effective alternative to traditional hair removal methods. Customers appreciate it for its high efficiency but also comfort. Classical hair removal methods, such as wax or manual epilators, remove hair in a painful way, which significantly limits the performance of the treatment in delicate body regions. Epilation, on the other hand, significantly reduces or eliminates unpleasant pain. This is possible thanks to the built-in cooling system, which eliminates the discomfort. Moreover, compared to a razor, epilation has eliminated the problem of ingrown hairs, inflammation or irritation.
Laser epilation – what is it?
It is one of the permanent methods of removing unwanted hair. The treatment is performed with a special head, which emits a light beam of a specific length. This light penetrates the skin and reaches the hair roots. The hair contains melanin, a pigment, which under the influence of heat emitted by the device leads to overheating and destruction of the bulb. However, in order to permanently get rid of unwanted hair a series of 8-10 treatments every 6-8 weeks is required.
It is also worth knowing that the lighter the hair is, the less melanin it contains, which makes it difficult to remove.
What are the advantages of epilation?
- long-lasting removal of hair, so you can enjoy smooth skin for many months.
- elimination of the problem of irritation, redness and ingrown hairs
- the treatment is short
- no pain
- personalized parameters
To whom is the treatment recommended?
- for all those who want to get rid of unwanted hair permanently
- for people suffering from irritation,
- people prone to inflammation of the hair follicles o
- for people with delicate vascular skin prone to irritation and redness
Recommendations after the treatment
The laser epilation treatment should be scheduled during the autumn-winter or early spring, because its performance can not be exposed to sunlight.
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