Can Laser Hair Removal Stop Working?

Can Laser Hair Removal Stop Working?

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Can Laser Hair Removal Stop Working?

Managing hair growth can be difficult at the best of times…however, that challenge is significantly increased when the hair management solution you have found becomes ineffective. Luckily, this is not the case with laser hair removal.

The reason being is that laser hair removal is beaming light to target the hair follicle on the route causing long-term damage that can make the follicle dormant or eradicate it forever. This has the long-term impact of reducing overall hair growth, ingrown hairs and replacing coarse hair with finer, thinner hair, which is less visible.

While some clinics advocate this treatment for those with fairer skin tones and darker hair, specialist clinics such as Pulse Light Clinic have invested in the necessary technology to treat all skin tones effectively and to treat ongoing hormonal conditions like PCOS.

This means that you can not only significantly reduce your hair growth over time, but you can also alleviate the aftermath of other forms of hair removal, such as shaving, waxing, or plucking/tweezing, which do not necessarily target the hair follicle and can mean the hair grows back thicker and more pronounced.

Laser hair removal is long-lasting, effective, and can counteract the effects of shaving, such as ingrown hairs and razor bumps, leaving your skin smoother and your hair finer. More importantly, it can safely be used on most body areas, including the neck, back, bikini line, armpits, face, chin, legs, arms, and shoulders.

The ND: YAG laser is particularly brilliant for males and females of colour as it can successfully remove hairs without causing hyperpigmentation or discolouration to the skin or surrounding areas.