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Permanent Laser Hair Removal
Laser Hair Removal, when first introduced in the late 1990’s, was limited to light skinned individuals with dark hair. The treatment was preformed predominantly with two different types of lasers: the Alexandrite and Diode laser. These early generation lasers were unable to distinguish between skin pigment and hair follicles and this resulted in the inability to treat dark skinned individuals.
Because of the excellent long-term results that the Alexandrite and Diode lasers provide dark-haired and light skinned individuals, they are still very popular lasers for hair removal. Every so often an inexperienced laser technician fails to follow proper protocols and ends up burning a darker skinned individual. However, today with the right equipment dark skinned individuals can enjoy safe and effective laser treatments. The advent of the new laser line, the YAG, and the re-invention of the IPL system has afforded excellent results for individuals with dark skin and dark hair. With all three types of hair removal lasers it is very important for a patient to follow the treatment protocol exactly as recommended by their local laser clinic. This will ensure that the patient achieves permanent hair removal results.
Many websites that discuss laser hair removal have not been updated with current information. This means that they like may not provide accurate treatment advice that will ensure effective results. We have found some website information to be as much as seven years old! This, quite frankly, is unacceptable. This is why we take the time to ensure that all of the information you find on LaserHairRemoval.com is up-to-date, accurate, and informative. It is provided to help guide you and to help you answer all your questions about the treatment.
While hair removal by laser has been in existence for almost 12 years, it is still a relatively up and coming procedure. When researching laser hair removal, consumers come across many concerns including, the treatment cost, seeing before and after pictures and any treatment risk that may be involved. In order to avoid the common laser treatment dangers and to ensure that a patient's hair is removed safely it is very important for a new patient to understand exactly how the laser procedure works. Because of the critical importance of these factors LaserHairRemoval.Com has made it a priority to continually provide useful, accurate, and up-to-date hair removal information for over 10 years!
It is important to understand that there are a few aspects of the laser hair removal procedure that can vary throughout the country. This is why LaserHairRemoval.com has created a directory of over 200 laser professionals - to put you in touch with local, reputable, clinic in your city. The cost of laser hair removal and possible treatment dangers are concerns that change from clinic to clinic and are based on the geographical location in which the clinic resides as well as the experiences that clinics have had with their patients. As a customer it is very important to ask about these factors as well as which type of laser the clinic you are researching uses. This is because all of these factors work to influence the overall outcome of your procedure. Only until you gather all of this information can you truly make an informed decision about undergoing a laser treatment.
Shaving…Shaving is the simplest and least invasive form of hair removal, so many individuals choose to shave their unwanted hair on a daily basis. Whether you are shaving facial hair, pubic hair, shaving leg hair or any other area, if you need to get rid of hair quickly, then shaving might be your best option. One of the most popular areas for men and women to shave is the pubic area. Many individuals do opt to use shaving as their main form of hair removal in the pubic area, however this hair removal method is only temporary and also may lead to some side effects. Side effects from shaving may include but are not limited to: redness, razor burn, and ingrown hairs. If you are looking for a more permanent hair removal method, you need to consider laser.
Whatever your hair removal needs are… We can help by educating you about hair removal. Many people like to take the time and learn about the procedure so that they are able to make an informed decision if the treatment is right for them!
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