Women who love beauty pay great attention to the care of their skin. In order to make your skin look crystal clear, smooth and white, you need to often carry out relevant laser hair removal. Especially the hair that affects the beautiful body is the part that beauty loving women feel they must remove. So, how can laser hair removal avoid leaving scars? Let’s learn from the following
What are the advantages of laser hair removal
Laser hair removal is fast and less painful. If you are lucky, it can be done once and for all. It is much safer than electroacupuncture hair removal, which can only remove one hair at a time (which is the only permanent hair removal method recognized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration). Laser can remove one piece of hair at the same time, and the risk of leaving scars after skin burns is minimal. After a few months, even the number of hair that grows again will be significantly reduced.
Intraoperative manifestations of laser hair removal
During laser hair removal treatment, some patients may have temporary redness or swelling, or even mild skin pruritus. The redness and swelling subside and the skin returns to normal a few hours after treatment. The laser will not damage the skin, so there is no need to do any treatment. The time required for treating different parts is also different. The time for treating the beard part of the lip is 5 to 10 minutes, the time for treating the hair of both lower legs is 30 to 40 minutes, and the time for treating the hair of both lower limbs is about 90 minutes.
After hair removal, some hair may regenerate, but the new hair will become thinner and less obvious. Some people grow hair after 6 months, while others will not regenerate until 2 years later. Because some hair follicles are in the resting and degenerative stage at any time, laser hair removal needs to be treated for many times in order to achieve the effect.