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5 MYTHS BUSTED ABOUT LASER HAIR REMOVAL

by Square Root Health care

Facial and body hair is one of the most annoying things for girls to deal with. Hair has a tendency to grow back, no matter how many times you get rid of it. No doubt, every woman is fond of silky, smooth and hair-free skin. So if you are looking for a velvety soft skin and stuck between the myths and facts for laser hair removal, here is everything you need to know about laser hair removal.

Unwanted hair has been traditionally removed in the past with different techniques. However, those methods were found to be painful, slow and tedious, which resulted in poor long term results. Laser hair removal technique gained popularity after an increase in public demand for a novel, safe, rapid and affordable hair removal procedure.  


You can save yourself from a lifetime of efforts by getting the best laser hair removal treatment in Gurgaon at Square Root, a leading hair transplant, skin & laser clinic run by Dr. Jyotirmay Bharti.


In technical terms, laser hair removal is a process that permanently removes the body hair. Hair removal is done by exposing the skin to the pulses of laser light. These light pulses destroy the hair follicles. The procedure works by targeting melanin, a pigment that lives in a bulge region deep within the hair follicle. Melanin absorbs highly concentrated light beams, that destroy the hair follicles by converting the energy of light into heat.


Dispelling laser hair removal myths:

Myth 1: Laser hair removal can damage the skin.


Fact: This technique only targets the hair follicles, leaving the skin intact. You may observe some side effects related to the skin such as swelling and redness but they will not persist for long. Skin safety depends upon the expertise of your dermatologist and the type of laser system being used. Before opting for the technique of hair removal you must ensure that you are going to a board certified dermatologist and cosmetologist.  


Myth 2: Laser technique causes cancer by exposing you to radiations.

Fact: Ionizing and Non-ionizing radiations are the two types of electromagnetic radiations, out of which ionizing radiations is the one responsible for causing cancer. During laser hair removal procedure your dermatologist will only expose you to the non-ionizing radiations. These kinds of radiations work between 700-1400 nm, which is not harmful to the skin.


Myth 3: Laser hair removal is an extremely painful procedure.


Fact: This procedure has over the time become painless and comfortable with new up-gradations and latest advancements in the technique. People with very sensitive and delicate skin may experience a slight heat sensation which is not harmful.


Myth 4: This technique is done only for women.


Fact: Gone are the days when hair removal was only preferred by women. Nowadays more and more men are opting for this procedure to get finer and lighter hair in the areas such as chest, neck, back and arms. Men are also using this technique for beard shaping.


Myth 5: Sun exposure before and after treatment is safe.


Fact: It isn’t true. Sun exposure after laser hair removal is a huge no-no as it can cause a serious discolouration of the skin. To get the laser hair removal during winters might be a good idea to avoid sun damage.


After going through this article, we expect that most of your myths regarding the laser hair removal technique have been busted. So it’s time to refer an expert dermatologist and say goodbye to unwanted hair.  If you are looking for top dermatologist & cosmetologist, we would like to suggest Dr. Jyotirmay Bharti of Square Root hair transplant, skin & laser clinic in Gurgaon. She with her high level of expertise in providing such cosmetic treatments will help you in achieving flawless and hair-free skin.



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