If you have seen the many ads online or on television for this product, your very first question may be does it work? This is not the cheapest hair removal product on the market, so if you are going to invest the money, you want to make sure that it really does work.
Dye lasers use an organic dye mixed with a solvent that is stimulated by an high energy external light source to lase. Mirrors are used to increase the energy. Then cavities or resonators are used to tune the output. By selecting different dyes the output color can be changed. They are commonly used to treat port-wine stains and other pigmented lesions of the skin. The can also be used to decrease scarring and to make the skin tone more even. By matching the dyes to the different ink colors they can also be used for tattoo removal.
Unfortunately, in the 80’s, many chiropractors created a monster in that we allowed patients believe that their coinsurance was optional. I don’t personally know any clinics that are still stupid enough to engage in this practice; however, the stigma still exists.
1) Permanent Removal – Even when you wax or deep shave, the hair is going to come back after a period. No matter how many times you wax or shave the hair comes back because it does not damage the follicle – it merely cuts it down to the surface of the skin. laser hair removal uses the laser to damage the follicle, preventing it from growing. Whether you are going to an important meeting or just going to beach you can feel confident by removing the hair in unwanted places.
There are no known side effects to having this treatment. The results are considered permanent, and you can use it on various areas of your body. It can be used to remove all hair from an area or to thin out the number of hairs present in various areas. It is a good option for both men and women. It is a cosmetic improvement in your appearance that you will appreciate.
The reduction achieved with laser is permanent but like all other body organs, even hair have potential to regrow. Hence, maintenance sessions are required once in a year.
IPL is the last one to discuss. Intense Pulsed Light is technically not a laser. It produces very high intensity light in very short pulses. IPL is the most common form of hair removal ‘laser’ and is roughly as effective as the Nd:YAG mentioned above. It is also used to treat rosacea, birth marks, sun damaged skin, and scarring.