Laser hair removal system/IPL???
Laser hair removal isn't cheap (about $200-$500 a session depending on where you live and the areas being treated. Again, it takes about 6 sessions to get rid of 70% of hair permanently. Touch-ups are always an option at about $100-$150 a session. With treatments averaging $65 per five minutes and a series of sessions required, permanent hair removal businesses are being set up in shopping centres and beauty clinics.
Glamour magazine ex-editor ended up scarred for life. For this very reason, you want to skip the discount places and get treated by a trained technician at an established medical facility. These places do NOT offer discounts.
Example of one who had them done.
My laser hair removal treatment takes 8 sessions spaced 4 weeks apart to see 60 percent reduction in hair growth. For best results, I got maintenance treatments done once a year for 4 years . Now I don't want to do this anymore! what is the best way to remove them from now on ?
THE laser hair removal industry should be subject to national regulations to protect people from being burned in their quest to remove unwanted body hair, consumer magazine Choice says. An investigation of six salons and clinics in Sydney found four had staff who were not trained in operating hair removal machines, while two had received training from the equipment manufacturer. ~ AAP, October 20, 2011
Laser or waxing, once you stopped, THEY WILL COME BACK as before. It's totally a waste of $$$$. It is a billion dollar business, btw. NONE is permanent.
There are temporary and permanent side effects, related to laser hair removals. About 114,000,000 results 2-12. http://www.4laserhairremoval.com/article... or waxing. About 1,150,000 results (0.56 seconds) 5-12.
PL (intense pulsed light) targets folicles, destroying hair without damaging surrounding tissue. Hair begins to grow back finer until the follicle becomes dormant.
Price varies per area, approx. $150 per upper lip session; six appointments are often required. If you're natural hair colorskin tone are similar, you may need more sessions.
The experience isn't the most pleasant, but it honestly hurts less than waxing. Dark hair began to grow back slower, finerlighter.
It may take multiple sessions - 6 or more - to achieve the desired results. If you are prone to melasma, let your derm know. Also, expect some post procedure redness.
THREE MOST COMMON MYTHS:
1. The rate of hair regrowth will not change because of hair removal.
2. Hair coverage will not change in density; your body has a set number of hair follicles.
3. Ingrown hairs are common but not impossible to avoid; everyone has different susceptibility to ingrown hairs.