When people are confronted with permanent processes there can be a lot of stress and anxiety associated. Understanding the exact process of how laser hair removal is done an important part of helping to manage stress and previous anxiety and during the procedure.
Laser hair removal has been a popular hair removal treatment since 1997 and has only become increasingly more effective (and popular) in the past few years. It is safe, effective, and much more permanent than other hair removal options such as waxing, tweezing or electrolysis.
However, the removal of laser hair still does not work for individuals with fine hair, (including gray and blonde), and individuals with black hair and dark skin must use certain laser types to see successful results.
The specific lasers used in hair removal emit a special beam of light at a wavelength that is specifically targets the melanin in the hair and at the follicle. Laser beams pass through the skin, and then absorbed by melanin who are in the hair follicle.
This is the reason why candidates with fair skin and dark hair are often the most successful. If the skin color and hair color are too similar, the laser cannot distinguish between the skin and hair. "Laser Long Wave" certain is ideal for dark-skinned candidates and dark skin.