laser removal hair

What is laser hair removal?

Definition of laser hair removal

It is a hair removal method to destroy hair follicles by laser irradiation, so as to achieve the effect of hair removal.

Principle of laser hair removal

Laser hair removal uses the principle of “selective photothermal effect” of laser. A laser adjusted to a specific wavelength is used to pass through the epidermis and directly irradiate the hair follicle. Melanin of hair follicle and hair stem selectively absorbs light energy, and the resulting thermal effect makes hair follicle necrosis and hair will no longer grow.

Effect of laser hair removal

Because the process of endothermic necrosis of hair follicle is irreversible, laser hair removal can achieve the effect of permanent hair removal.

Adaptive object of laser hair removal

Excess black hair in all parts of the body (upper and lower limbs, large and small legs, chest, abdomen, hairline, facial beard, outside the bikini line). Electroacupuncture, drugs, electric tweezers and other instruments are ineffective or unsuccessful in depilation.

Pain of laser hair removal

Laser hair removal is a hair removal method with less pain among all hair removal methods. The results of many clinical trials show that most patients only feel “bounced by a rubber band”.

In addition, because everyone’s physical condition is different, they feel different about pain. Before laser hair removal, there will be a “irradiation test” stage to determine the patient’s pain.

The safety of laser hair removal has passed the certification of FDA. It is proved that laser hair removal technology itself is harmless to human body.

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