Laser therapy is an effective way to remove unsightly facial hair. It might seem like a daunting expense, but it doesn’t have to be.
Hair removal is one of the biggest beauty issues women face. Hair can propagate almost anywhere, like arms and legs, armpits and even stomachs. These areas can be annoying, but they aren’t as worrying as facial hair. It’s not concealable and some of the removal techniques can be painful.
Some women use bleach to lighten the hair, but it’s still there and can still cause embarrassment.
Laser hair removal is the newest advance in beauty maintenance. It’s popular and easy, but the expense can put many women off the idea. However, it doesn’t have to empty your bank account.
The first thing you should do is shop the field. Call as many clinics as you can find that offer laser treatment and compare their prices. You may find a deal, or even a steal. You’ll want to find a trustworthy clinic, though. No one wants to be bombarded by a laser in a shabby back-alley office.
During your first visit, request to have a patch test done. The technician will remove a small area of hair, looking for any potential negative reaction, though none may show. The laser strength used during a full treatment is usually higher than that used for a test.
The biggest benefit of a patch is that it enables to find out how effective the treatment will be, gauging how quickly the removed hair may grow back.
Sometimes one session is all you’ll need to reduce the hair volume dramatically. In fact, if your hair is very thick and dark, a single session might be the best option to make the leftover hair more manageable.
Look for package deals. Some clinics offer packages for treating your entire lower face with a laser. Find the areas on your body with the most unwanted hair growth and ask if there are any treatment packages available.
Laser treatment won’t stop hair growth, but it will reduce it. You’ll probably have to continue waxing; bleaching or threading your hair, but you won’t need to do it as often or as heavily as you did before the treatment.
A single laser session is the most economical choice and cut down your hair growth by as much as fifty percent!