5 Reasons Why Laser Treatment For Hair Removal Is Life-changing

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Find out the biggest advantages of laser treatment for hair removal

Hair removal is perhaps one of the most painful parts of one’s beauty routine. There are many methods to have a hairless body but none have been as successful as laser treatment for hair removal. In 2019, more than 457 thousand laser hair removal procedures were performed in the United States of American alone. Along with popularity, science and evidence-based controlled clinical trials also favour the use of lasers and light sources for the removal of unwanted hair.

While reading the article, remember that laser hair removal in Mumbai is done in its best quality with high-tech equipment at ISAAC Luxe under dermatology expert Dr. Geetika Mittal Gupta.

Here are five main reasons that should convince you to try laser treatment for hair removal this summer: 

  1. It saves time

Over the years, laser treatments for hair removal have become highly time-efficient. Today one full body laser session does not last more than a regular waxing appointment. Advanced laser applicators widely target multiple hair follicles in one go, whereas earlier each hair follicle was individually targetted. 

If you have hard and coarse hair then your first session can last anywhere between one to two hours. The number of sessions required for full results depends from case to case, but usually, people need at least three sessions. Each session is spaced between four weeks. 

If you are getting laser treatment for hair removal on smaller areas like the upper lip and underarms, then one session will be less than 30 minutes. 

  1. It is cost-effective

Laser treatment for hair removal may appear to be an expensive affair at the onset but in the long run, it is a cost-effective investment. The impact of a laser procedure lasts anywhere between a few months to a couple of years.  

According to a study, 52 percent of patients who underwent laser treatment for hair removal reported slower hair growth. Getting a good laser treatment means you do not have to spend regular money on waxing, razors, or shaving gels. 

  1. It is suitable for all skin types

Earlier laser treatment for hair removal was primarily used on lighter skin tones because it would cause pigmentation and scarring on darker skin. Thanks to the advancement in technology, we now have devices that have made laser procedures more widely available for all skin types and tones. 

Estheticians use lasers with long wavelengths on dark skin and prescribe special post-treatment care that speeds up healing. Those with skin sensitivity may feel temporary redness and swelling but these side effects fade away in a few hours after the procedure. 

  1. It is, for the most part, pain-free

Lasers use intense heat to deactivate hair follicles. The burning impact of this heat is subdued by a cooling device that continuously runs a blast of cool air alongside the laser tool. 

Dermatologists have widely reported that while people do find the first session a bit uncomfortable but they quickly get used to the procedure. 

Additionally, their sense of discomfort significantly drops after the first session. If you have highly sensitive skin or a low threshold for pain, then you can request a topical anaesthetic or numbing cream 15 to 20 minutes before the session. 

  1. It has a quick recovery time 
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A major reason why laser treatment for hair removal has been so broadly accepted is its low downtime. You can continue your regular activities after 24 hours of a laser session. 

However, you must avoid sun exposure and crowded places for at least a week after the treatment. You should also not use any tanning products or exfoliants for seven to 10 days. Wear a broad-spectrum sunblock when you step out and contact your doctor if you experience prolonged pain even after two days from your laser treatment for hair removal. 

To book a consultation or appointment at ISAAC Luxe, call on +91- 98703 85606 / 98703 85669.

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