Is Laser Hair Removal Permanent?

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The latest rage in the cosmetics industry is laser hair removal. Gone are the days of painful hair reduction methods such as tweezing, bleaching, waxing, threading or plucking. These methods don't produce any permanent results and need to be repeated once every few weeks. Most people feel this is a real hassle and they are looking for a more permanent solution. Luckily, there is a permanent solution available now. It will cost you a pretty penny, but you're going to get real value for your money. Just think about all the time and effort that you will lose in your life if you keep reducing your hair the old fashioned way.

The laser hair removal treatment might be fairly expensive, but it might actually be cheaper for you in the long run. Especially if you keep having your body hair removed by a beauty clinic that charges you money for it. The old methods of tweezing and waxing have to be performed many times per year. So let's say you're a guy with back hair and you're paying $100 per waxing session and you do this 10 times per year. That's already a $1000 right there. And you'll be spending it every single year! For that money, you can have 1 or 2 laser treatments!

Is Laser Hair Removal Permanent?

But what's the point of doing that if you're not sure that laser hair removal is permanent? If it's not, then you're just paying a whole lot more for the same, temporary results. Rest assured, laser hair removal is very permanent! The laser works by targeting hair follicles under your skin. These follicles absorb the laser's energy as heat and burn to a crisp. Hair follicles do not recover or grow back. They don't regenerate at all. It's possible that you will need multiple laser treatments to achieve permanent results, but your unwanted body hair will really be gone for good afterwards!

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This article was published on 2010/03/27