Laser hair removal applies safe, selective damage to hair follicles while leaving the rest of the skin undamaged. During the process of laser hair removal, light is absorbed by the melanin in the hair follicle and is then converted into heat energy, thereby raising the hair temperature. When the temperature is high enough, irreversible damage occurs to the hair structures, preventing further growth.
Smoother, brighter skin
The laser works by disabling hairs that are in their active growth cycle at the time of treatment. Since other hairs will enter their growth cycle at different times, additional treatments may be necessary to disable all of the follicles in a given area.
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