Hair Removal Works
Laser Hair Removal uses high-heat laser beams to emits pulses of light that stop hair growth. Your hair follicles are located in the epidermis layer of the skin. These follicles are responsible for producing new hair growth. The melanin in your hair absorbs the laser’s light and heats up. Your hair follicles are destroyed, disrupting production of new hair.
The Laser Hair Removal process requires multiple treatments. Each treatment results in a 10 to 15 percent reduction in hair growth. Results can be seen after the first treatment. With every hair removal treatment, fewer and fewer hairs will grow back, resulting in permanent hair removal and leaving you with smooth skin. read more