Hair removal

Types of Hair Removal Methods

Locks, glue, wigs, waxing – there are many hair removal methods which can be used to remove unwanted hair. A good cosmetic surgeon can perform them and help make them suitable for you. Choosing a suitable method for hair removal is important. It can make the difference between looking great and looking silly!

Hair Removal Techniques: Waxing: Waxing involves using a special machine to apply a very thin layer of wax onto the skin. This creates a barrier that stops the hair from re-growing in the same place. The wax is removed by simply scraping it off. It’s especially suitable for ‘fringe’ areas such as eyebrows, armpits, legs and underarms.

Laser Hair Removal: Laser Hair Removal involves applying a very powerful laser beam to the skin. There are two different types of lasers – pulsed light and intense light. These types of lasers target hair follicles, but they both have different effects on the skin. Pulsed light types are most effective, but the intensity of the beam is often too high. Intense light lasers are not harmful to the skin, but they only work effectively if there is plenty of blood in the follicle.

Home Remedies: There are a variety of home remedies that can be used to remove unwanted hair. There are also many products available that combine one or more of these methods. One of the most popular home remedies is the ‘Follicular Solution’. This is simply a gel based product applied to the skin to form a protective barrier.

Waxing: The process of removing unwanted hair usually involves applying a thin layer of wax onto the skin. The wax is removed by simply scraping it off. It’s especially suitable for ‘fringe’ areas such as eyebrows, armpits, legs and underarms. It’s particularly useful for anyone with dry skin as it seals in the moisture and makes the skin soft and smooth.

Laser Hair Removal: Laser Hair Removal involves applying a very powerful laser beam to the skin. There are two different types of lasers – pulsed light and intense light. These types of lasers target hair follicles, but they both have different effects on the skin.

Pulsed Light: Pulsed light is more intense than intense light and works well for removing unwanted hair. It works because the body’s natural oil has a negative effect on some hair follicles. However, this type of treatment is suitable for those with oily skin, so it’s not suitable for those with dry skin.

Hair Removal Products: Hair removal creams and lotions can be bought without a prescription from many salons. They contain active ingredients such as benzyl peroxide, which is a very strong chemical. It prevents future growth by stopping new hair forming in the same place. It’s not suitable for sensitive skin.

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