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Why should you ditch shaving and choose Diode Hair Laser Removal.

Updated: Sep 16, 2023

In a time when women desire to look beautiful but are unwilling to always maintain faultless appearances. Thus, science has developed a sophisticated technology that improves our appearance while requiring less time investment.

Among many techniques, one of the ones I found most useful is Laser Hair Removal Treatment.

Hair before Diode

Since I was a teenager, I was unhappy with the hair I had on my body. It seemed to be getting gloomier over time, and being a flapper, I was more conscious of my appearance and style.

So, I started removing my hair with a razor. And in the beginning, I was happily flexing my smooth tan legs, feeling like I had a lifetime solution to removing my dark body hair. My friends sued to be salty seeing the shine on my legs. But gradually, shaving my limbs worsened the quality of my skin, which made me worried. I started looking for other options, and I learned about Laser Hair Removal Treatment and it’s one of the best decisions I have made.

Why should we ditch shaving?

While shaving, we are simply removing the hair at the skin's surface. So, with no time it comes back and makes our limbs look doomed. Whereas laser treatment removes hair in one go and lets us slay our limbs for a longer period without giving us any trouble.

diode vs shave

Using a razor affects the skin and makes it rough and dark after a span of time whereas using laser treatment does not damage the skin.

Ingrown caused of shaving

Shaving hurts, particularly if you're attempting to get the hair out of awkward areas like your back! You may easily remove hair with a laser from your legs, underarms, back, chest, face, and bikini line.

It's irritating and might be unattractive when you cut yourself while shaving and make yourself bleed. There is no possibility of harming the skin with laser hair removal because there are no blades involved.

Do you know what is Diode Laser Hair Removal Treatment?

Diode Hair Laser treatment is one of the cosmetic procedures that is highly used by people, and in the present time, it has become a necessity. It helps you to remove unwanted hair with a beam of light and does not damage the surrounding skin. In this treatment, beams of light are concentrated in the hair follicles. Pigment in the follicles absorbs the light. That destroys the hair. The whole hair follicle is destroyed during laser hair removal, stopping future hair growth.

How is Laser Treatment processed?

The minimally invasive laser method has additional advantages including the ability to precisely target individual hairs, bypass uncomfortable development phases, and get rid of ingrown hairs.

It's crucial to avoid waxing or hair removal for four to six weeks before your first laser hair removal session. These procedures temporarily eliminate the hair roots and follicles that are the focus of laser therapy. Shaving is allowed since it removes hair while maintaining the hair follicles.

Pulses of light will be delivered throughout the laser procedure, which may cause a little bit of pain in the treatment region. A warm pinprick or light rubber band cracking on the skin has been used to describe this.

According to the treatment area, the laser procedure might take anywhere from a few minutes to an hour, with the first treatment often producing the greatest discomfort.

When the treatment is over, you will get cold packs, anti-inflammatory cream, or lotion to soothe any pain.

Diode before and after hair removal

How many laser treatments do the majority of individuals need?

Based on unique body several biological factors altogether indicate on how many sessions you require to get rid of your unwanted hair. Clients often require four to six laser sessions to entirely remove hair.

After your first treatment, you should experience a 10%–25% decrease in hair. As your treatments go on, you'll notice that your hair is losing strands at a slower rate and that it is falling out more frequently.

Suitable Candidate for Laser Treatment?

People who have pale or fair skin with dark hair are the most suitable for this kind of treatment. Laser is hard to target blonde, fine hairs so majority of Filipinas are suitable to do this procedure.

What is a suitable age for Laser Treatment?

The minimum age accepted for laser treatment is 14 years old. Although, many experts advise waiting until the teen hit puberty and, if she is female, has begun her menstrual cycle.

Well, in the wake of being elegant and having an eye-catching look, I took a laser treatment, and it has been a wonderful experience for me. I am sure, this article would have been insightful enough for you to go for the treatment without a sus!

Gopi is an Indian writer, communication trainer, and speaker. With a passion for exploring the intersections of religion, politics, and culture, she has delivered engaging and insightful talks and workshops to diverse audiences, helping them to better understand the complexities and nuances of these topics. Whether through speaking, writing, or training, She's dedicated to promoting greater understanding and empathy across cultures and communities.

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