You love your life for the most part. The one thing that has often gotten in your way is that you have a lot of excessive hair growth. It is out of control. Yet, you spend many hours tirelessly shaving off all the unwanted hair. Honestly, while you are willing to put in the time with your razor, you wish you could bring an end to this vicious cycle of hair growth once and for all. Maybe then you could enjoy sleeping in for a change and not have to clean a bunch of hair out of the drain. One can at least dream, right? But what if your dreams came true? With modern advancements in laser hair removal treatments, more and more people in Charlotte, NC and elsewhere are finding that they are able to put their razor on the shelf and live a mostly hair-free life.
The Laser Hair Removal Treatment
In the weeks leading up to having laser hair removal treatments, you will want to stop waxing, plucking or doing anything that may rid the body of the hair’s root. Activities like waxing especially remove the root, and that prevents laser hair removal from shutting the follicle down. These provisions help to make your skin ready for the laser hair removal treatments to obtain the best results.
When you meet with the technician who is going to do your treatments, they’ll explain to you that the laser will use photon energy to prevent the hair follicles from re-growing hair. Hair follicles absorb light into their pigment, and this is what interferes with the follicles’ ability to produce more hair growth. A laser can cover the area the size of a quarter in a second, so this means that ridding your upper lip and chin of hair will be quick and easy. You will no longer have to worry about cuts, nicks, and razor scrapes marring your face when you have to be in front of the public eye. The laser will give you flawless, photogenic skin every time.
It is important to note that laser hair removal requires a series of treatment sessions at our office in Charlotte, NC. After your series of laser hair removal treatments, you will begin to notice that your hair does not grow in as often anymore. You may even notice that the hair is gone altogether. However, results vary from patient to patient based on multiple factors.