Laser Hair Removal at Home or with a Doctor
Are you planning on ditching your razor for good and still look forward to having silk soft skin throughout your body? Well, now that we have the Laser Hair removal treatment, your plans are valid.
The adoption of innovative hair removal techniques such as laser hair treatment has been on a steady rise. However, there still remains a lot of questions regarding laser treatment and other similar hair removal treatments.
Therefore, in today’s post, we are going to answer some of the rarely talked about facts of Laser Hair removal. If you have some answered questions about this treatment, stay tuned to learn more.
Laser Hair treatments to use at home?
There are certain gadgets such as Silk’n and Tria Laser that can be used at home to remove unwanted hair. However, these devices are by necessity low powered for people with the right skin tone. Most of these gadgets have at least 3 intensity levels which you can choose based on the amount of pain you can withstand. Like most things in life, you do pay for what you get. So by paying for laser hair removal treatments to use at home, you will get patchy results at best. Also, any sort of significant results may take many months and will not have been assessed whether you have the right skin tone or colour for the results to work well.
In addition, these devices use small treatment heads compared to the large powerful ones used in professional laser hair removal clinics. So, if you are in a hurry to get the unwanted hair off especially in large treatment areas, it is advisable to visit a professional hair removal clinic.
What results can you achieve with home Laser Hair Removal devices?
According to a study by Lasers in Surgery and Medicine about Silk’n, an FDA approved home laser hair removal device, home devices can achieve a 36% hair reduction.
This study involved 10 people; each getting around 4 to 6 treatments of Silk’n laser hair removal treatment. The study found that, after a period of about 12 weeks, most of the hair had returned making the hair lost statistically insignificant. In addition, 4 out of the 10 participants had a higher hair count compared to before going through the Silk’n laser treatment.
Therefore, if you are looking for a more permanent Laser Hair removal treatment, it would be wise to keep away from home devices. They are only best suited to temporary hair removal treatments.
What is the difference between Laser and Electrolysis Hair Removal?
These two treatments are conventional hair removal techniques with their own set of benefits. The inherent benefit of laser treatment is that it is much faster. Electroylsis is now decades old and used to be the best way to achieve a high success rate in removing permanently unwanted hair follicles electrolysis. However, with new fast lasers like the Elysion cool head, not only are the results as successful as the previous Electrolysis but they are many times quicker and considerably less uncomfortable for the patient.
Do I need a Doctor for Laser Hair Removal?
The short answer is no. When you decide to do research on the place to go for your hair removal treatment, it is imperative to ensure that you look for a credible experienced company with the right qualifications. Then you should ask about the machine and process followed by booking a patch test and consultation.
Doctors used to be the “go to” place in the UK for all many non-surgical cosmetic procedures. It is now not possible, through the NHS, to have treatments such as Laser Hair removal. Places such as the Hertfordshire Laser Hair Removal clinic have some of the latest and very best in Hair removal technology along with some of the most competitive prices in the country.
With these questions answered, you should be able to confidently book an appointment at the Hertfordshire Laser Hair removal clinic which is part of the BeauSynergy UK group. Just email for your free consultation and patch test at email@example.com