All You Need to Know About Permanent Hair Removal at Home

by Tyler P. A Passionate Blogger - Entertainment

If you want to ger rid of all the unwanted hair, then you are not the only one. What if we told you that you can permanently remove all hair from your body that too without a pro?


Not many people know this but Laser Hair Removal Service At Home is now easily accessible. No need to go through painful and time consuming waxing routine or deal with razor rashes.


With the advent of laser hair removal, the process of removing pesky hair has become incredibly simple. Believe it or not, at-home hair removal devices are not only a reality but also a dream come true! If you are unaware about it or how it works, then you have come to the right place looking for information.


In this article, we will tell you everything you need to Know About Permanent Hair Removal and how to do it yourself safely.


The difference between laser hair removal and IPL

There are two options to permanently remove hair – laser or intense pulse light (IPL). For the purpose of this article, we will discuss the latter.


While the two are very similar in practice, laser and IPL are also very different from one another. For starters, let us understand the similarities.


Both these practices use concentrated light to stop the growth of hair follicle. When light penetrates through your skin’s surface, it gets absorbed by melanin, the pigment present in hair. The machine damages the follicle by heating the hair shaft, thereby preventing its future growth. Dark skin is most responsive to the treatment as it contains more melanin.


The difference between the two, however, is that laser hair uses single wavelength; whereas, IPL uses multiple wavelengths, thereby targeting broader area.


Number of sessions required with at-home devices

Most at-home devices will be able to show results within the first two weeks of treatment. If you want to get the best out of your device, then you must have your first four sessions within the first two weeks. After six months of regular use, you should be able to feel hair-free!  


Is it safe to use at home?

When you use a reputable at-home IPL, then you can rest assured that it is safe for all skin types, even the sensitive ones. However, it is always advisable to do a patch test before.


It is also important to note that not all skin tones will experience the same results with the device. Since darker skin tones contain more melanin, the device may find it hard to tell the difference between skin and hair. But this problem can be remedied by using high quality device that comes with a built-in sensor to detect darker skin tones.


Be sure to read the device instructions before using the device.

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