Targeting Hair Follicle with Laser

Laser hair removal is a highly effective method of removing unwanted hair from any part of the body. This procedure uses a laser to target and destroy the cells in the hair follicle, disabling its ability to produce new hair. This process of targeting and destroying cells is known as photothermolysis. photothermolysis laser hair removal works  

Laser Selective Photothermolysis

The laser used in laser hair removal emits an intense beam of light that passes through the skin and targets a specific area, such as a dark patch of unwanted facial or body hair. The light energy is converted into heat, which damages the cells in the follicle responsible for producing new hairs. This heat also damages surrounding tissue, but not enough to cause any lasting damage. As a result, the area can no longer produce new hairs and becomes permanently free from unwanted growths.Photothermolysis works by targeting only those areas that contain high concentrations of melanin (darker pigmentation) while leaving surrounding tissues intact. When lasers are applied to areas with darker pigmentation, they absorb more light energy than lighter areas around them, meaning that only these dark spots are affected by the laser’s heat energy. Laser hair removal can be used on almost all parts of the body, including the face, back, chest, arms, legs and bikini line.

Why is one laser hair removal session not enough? 

Since each treatment destroys some but not all of the targeted follicles and because of individual differences in response to treatment, multiple treatments over time may be necessary for the complete permanent removal of unwanted hair depending on each person’s conditions, such as their skin type and colour as well as colour and coarseness of their body/facial/scalp hair type. Treatments generally take place every four weeks until desired results are achieved; however, this timeline may vary depending on how quickly each patient responds to treatments and how much hair needs removal per given area being treated during each session.It has been proven that laser technology is safe when used correctly with minimal side effects such as redness or swelling at or around the site being treated, but no long-term side effects have been reported after professional laser use by certified technicians using proper safety protocols consistent with industry standards.Overall, Photothermalysis is an effective way to remove unwanted female or male facial, body or other parts hairs without damaging nearby skin tissue providing safe, permanent results with minimal discomfort making it one of the most popular methods for removing undesired bodily hairs. However, patients still must follow the proper aftercare procedure to avoid unwanted complications.

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