Laser Hair Removal


The History of Hair Removal is shown through anthropological evidence:
Laser Hair Removal

The History of Hair Removal is shown through anthropological evidence:

Cavemen – evidence of facial hair removal with sharp stones

Egyptian tombs – evidence of body hair removal- bronze razors

Mesopotamian artefacts include tweezers from 3500 BC

Greek and Roman writings relay tales of plucking with tweezers

Indian and Pakistani art depict shaving of facial and body hair

Middle Age European manuscripts discuss hairless 評價 razors and tweezers

Shakespearian England documents reveal interest in hair removal

Age of enlightenment in France provides evidence of first safety razor

20 century literature and sort show hair removal- first evidence of electrolysis

1926 Gillette markets first razor to masses

1936 first electric razor

1940 Nair depilatory launched

1970 Wax strips popular

1995 viable laser hair removal system
If you find yourself grimacing, cringing and rolling your eyes at annoying, pesky areas of hair – you are not alone and can be helped!

Laser hair removal is your ticket to getting rid of that unwanted hair, wherever it may be! Many people have this unwanted hair on their faces, while other struggle more with hair on the body. Some people who pursue laser hair removal actually want hair, but just not as much of it, so they have a few treatments to thin out that area of hair.

How does it work? To know if you are a good candidate for laser hair removal you first have to understand how this technology works – even just the basics. So think back to 4th grade science and the colour spectrum. Dark colours attract light and energy and hold it, while light colours reflect light energy. This is why tennis players always wear white on the court, and you should never wear a black t-shirt to the beach!

This technology works much the same. Let’s take an example. Mary is a perfect candidate. She is from English/Irish decent and has fair skin, black hair and blue eyes.

The laser beam used in the laser hair removal device is directed at the hair follicles on Mary’s leg. The dark pigmentation in the follicle absorbs the laser light energy. Her white skin does not absorb the light energy; in fact, energy dissipates. The follicle absorbs more and more energy, dies and can no longer grow hair.

Not everyone has the combination of skin or complexion colour and hair colour as Mary and the differences or combination types have an effect on the outcome of the treatment. However, in the hands of an expert with the latest technology, nearly everyone can have a good laser hair removal result.

There may be more than one area you would like unsightly hair to be removed from, and this is all possible. Even arm hair can be reduced! Let’s look at some popular procedures.

Bikini Line

Admittedly I take a razor to this area every other day. And why shouldn’t I? Today, swimwear is fashion that rivals a great handbag, shoes or scarf. With some women paying hundreds on a designer bikini, that line better not be spoiled with extraneous hair! Bikini hair removal is one of the most popular forms of laser hair removal and it is considered rude to show off pubic hair at the beach – rather than showing off your fashion sense.

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