Laser hair removal is a novel, reliable and rapid method to dispose of lamentable hair. But the question arises; does it last permanently or a long time? Although many studies have confirmed the long-term efficacy of laser hair removal but are also dependent on few factors. As this technology is maturing due to its non-evasive, easy-to-operate properties, so are the doubts in the user’s mind on the reliability of its results. And people who are disgruntled with waxing, shaving, or tweezing consider the option of laser hair removal regardless of the efficiency of this procedure.
The major benefits of are:
Meticulousness: It target those areas of the body that are excruciating to target through other techniques, leaving the surrounding skin unharmed.
Haste: it’s contemplated that laser will target one hair per try but it’s counterfactual, the laser machine or gun is known to treat an area of size up to a quarter. Minute areas such as upper lips can be treated in less than a minute and a larger diameter of skin such as legs or arms can take up to an hour.
Predictability: this is the most commonly asked question. That how long will it last? In all honesty, the longevity of the results achieved varies from person to person, and is affected by many variables as explained below:
Factors contributing to hair re-growth
Laser hair removal can last up to a year for many patients who don’t suffer from hormonal problems while many factors such as oily skin, hormonal imbalance, and pregnancy can lead to new ingrown within a few months after laser hair removal. Although hair removal using laser technically destroys the hair follicle permanently, however, some hairs that grow back on the targeted areas are comparatively less than before. Most patients report that the hair that re-grows is lighter and less noticeable, the reason being damaged hair follicle rather than the dead hair follicle. The hair follicle that’s only damaged and not destroyed is expected to re-grow new hair.
For permanent results
It’s almost impossible to completely destroy every hair follicle in a single treatment, due to which people have to repeat the procedure multiple times. Moreover, the amount of time for a hair follicle to develop and re-grow again is contingent on an individual’s unique body hair growth cycle. For some people, the hair growth cycle is in the resting phase that means their hair will grow slower than people whose hair re-grows in a shorter span.
Also, it researched that laser hair removal gives permanent results on people having light complexions and darker hair because the pigment contrast is likely to give an advantage to target the hair easily after which it will travel to the follicle and destroy it.
This is our research and every skin type is different. Please consult your doctor in case of any skin-related problems. We do not claim any responsibility for this piece of information.
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