Are you sick of trying to get a smooth shave that results in razor burn and stubble? Or having to schedule another wax appointment after only a few weeks?
Maintaining our body hair can be a hassle, and before we know it we find ourselves back where we started, with a razor in hand or on our way to that dreaded wax appointment.
Whether you choose to shave or wax, you usually end up with some sort of skin reaction, such as razor burn, ingrown hairs, or inflammation, that keeps you from seeing the best results.
If you’re looking to remove unwanted hair and reduce future growth without causing the same skin irritations that can result from shaving or waxing, then laser hair removal is perfect for you.
Continue reading to learn about the many benefits of laser hair removal and why you should avoid the razor or cancel your next wax.
Benefits of Laser Hair Removal
Long-Term Hair Reduction
Have you ever wished you could go the rest of your life without having to shave your legs? Well, with laser hair removal treatment, you can!
One of the best parts of laser hair removal is that it can lead to a long-lasting reduction in hair growth.The process works by heating up the follicles within the treatment area. This ultimately causes damage to the treatment area, which prevents or delays the growth of hair.
Of course, the reduction or elimination of growth varies for each individual. In addition, it typically takes a few sessions before you begin noticing a significant reduction in hair growth.
Reduced Skin Irritation
As mentioned above, shaving and waxing end with a variety of skin irritations such as razor burn, inflammation, and ingrown hairs. With laser hair removal, skin irritation is drastically reduced due to a few of the reasons listed below.
- There is no direct skin contact during the laser hair removal process, which eliminates the risk of cuts or razor burn that typically result from shaving.
- By targeting the hair follicle to reduce growth, ingrown hairs are significantly minimized or even eliminated.
- Waxing can lead to inflammation, redness, and even minor bruising. Laser hair removal can lead to minor redness, however, it’s minor compared to what results from the processes of placing hot wax on the skin and then removing it.
Smooth Skin Texture
With laser hair removal, you can treat large areas, such as the legs, as well as small areas, such as the upper lip.
Whether you’re treating a large area or a small area, the treatment session typically always results in a much smoother skin texture that’s incomparable to what you can get with a shave or wax.
Here at Adara Surgical Institute, our providers are specially trained to remove unwanted hair and reduce future growth so that you can end up with smoother skin.
Learn more about our laser hair removal treatments here, or give us a call to learn more.