Laser Smooth

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A new way to remove hair is through the use of lights that burn the hair at its follicle which creates a baby smooth area, and works better than razors. This process is known as Laser Hair Removal, and does not cause burns to the skin. The lasers, which are not actually lasers but instead lights of a high intensity, only target Melanin which comes in two types and determines the color of your hair. Eumelanin is the culprit of brown and black hair, while Pheomelanin is the cause of blonde or red hair.
These lasers are directed toward the darker areas of the hair and are safe to use. Basically, the lasers target hair growth in the areas you want to rid yourself of hair. The lasers work better on darker hair because they tend to target darker areas. The process has been researched since the 1970s, and has been in use since the 1990s. There have been no reports of major negative issues after the procedure has taken place, and is a safe way to reduce hair growth in unwanted areas. It has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration as a permanent hair reduction tool.

Laser hair removal is not a permanent solution, and those who have the procedure done normally have to return after several months. It often depends on the hair color and location of the hair to determine how many treatments are necessary, but the average tends to be 6 to 8 treatments with 8 to 12 weeks placed in between each session. Laser hair removal is used by many Americans nationwide and continues to grow in popularity. It is a good way to save on the costs of razors and the pain of plucking your hair. There are always the possibilities of side effects when one is going under any sort of cosmetic procedure. It is always important to consult your physician.

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