Permanent Hair Removal
Beauty, fashion, and style all demand that we remain free of unsightly and often troublesome hair on our bodies. This means hair on our legs, underarms, back, and, in women, especially the face. In addition, there are some who prefer to have the genital area free of hair for sex appeal and other reasons.
Some temporary hair removal methods leave bumps or can cause nuisance bleeding and eventual scarring which is also considered ugly. Therefore, permanent hair removal remains a popular option for those that can afford the sometimes very expensive services that are offered in various clinics. We will attempt to describe and evaluate some of the various permanent hair removal methods and techniques available on the market today.
There are many methods of hair removal available from honest professional practitioners, including electrolysis. There are also devices like Epila laser permanent hair removal, Finally Free and techniques like that are most suited and very effective for permanent hair removal at home.
Permanent hair removal treatment can be expensive, but also can be well worth the cost if done professionally and responsibly. It is always better to get an idea of your skin assessment and permanent hair removal cost before going for it. Browse different companies and find one that has good reviews for a reasonable price, such as Athens Laser Hair Removal.
Many dishonest people out there would gladly make a buck while pretending they have a certificate and knowledge of permanent hair removal. Therefore, it is important to know what to look for in a professional electrologist and what to know about choosing a permanent hair removal professional. There are also devices on the market that do not, nor can ever attempt to do what the manufacturer claims is possible. Therefore, it is also important to be aware of the possible frauds while choosing a permanent hair removal method.
There are several stages in the cycle of hair growth and it is necessary to understand these cycles in order to understand the various methods of permanent hair removal.
The Anagen phase: this phase can last approximately two weeks and because the hair is still connected to the papilla and also because there are plenty of natural electrolytes (salts) and water at the base of the hair shaft, then this is the best phase of hair growth for most types of permanent hair removal treatments such as electrolysis.
The Catagen phase: in this phase the hair is preparing for the next stage, has dried up, and is no longer the best stage for permanent hair removal. Because it is still attached to the papilla it can still be treated with lasers. This phase can last as long as two days, but is variable in the length of the phase.
The Telogen phase: Hair in this phase is no longer growing and is about to fall out naturally. Hair in this phase does not respond to any permanent hair removal treatment.
Most of the time, permanent hair removal treatment is targeted toward a specific body area like facial hair removal, back hair removal and pubic hair removal. Your consultant will be the best person to guide you by assessing your needs and type of hair to be removed. Many methods like electric tweezer, photoepilators, microwave, flashlamp, and transdermal and transcutaneous are available on the market, some of which may claim to give best results but are not supported with proper medical evidence.
Permanent hair removal treatment can be expensive, but also can be well worth the cost if done professionally and responsibly. It is always better to get an idea of your skin assessment and permanent hair removal cost before going for it.
Permanent hair removal can leave a person without hair growth for a very long time and can leave you with time for things other than shaving and tweezing. It is great for raising your self-esteem and makes you feel very beautiful. However, if not done correctly, it can leave horrible scars, possible burns, and cause other side effects. Therefore, it is very important to choose a reliable professional.