Unwanted hairs in specific areas of the body make for an unsightly appearance. The unwanted hairs will not only look bad but may be associated with problems such body odor, itching, and breakouts caused by bacteria that interacts with sebum.
A majority of women will use different methods of getting rid of the unwanted hairs such as depilatory creams, plucking, shaving, and waxing. These methods offer quick ways of getting rid of the hairs but may be associated with certain problems.
Laser hair removal is the most recommended type of hair removal for women by aestheticians. It is the best method to give you a smooth and hairless skin. Laser hair removal will not cause in-grown hairs, a common problem for people who use depilatory creams and who shave regularly. The in-gown hairs are even more unsightly appearing like blackheads and will itch and compel you to pinch and pick at the skin in a bid to pull them out.
Laser hair removal can prevent the growth of new hair since it removes hairs right from the roots. No more in-grown hairs. Laser removal is good and friendly to the skin, unlike plucking, shaving, and waxing which injure and damage the skin. Shaving even causes pigmentation of the skin in the armpits and the groin. Plucking and waxing cause ‘chicken skin.’
Laser technology has an added advantage for skin besides eliminating the ugly side effects. It can help smoothen and lighten skin color to give a flawless complexion. The effects of laser hair removal are long lasting which makes it good and convenient for the busy women who might not have enough time for personal grooming.
Laser treatment is safe and has only been linked to skin sensitivity. You will not be getting the nicks, cuts, and infection associated with shaving, waxing, and plucking. Laser hair removal is the most efficient hair removal method but is more expensive and slower compared to some of the other methods.
Dermis Advanced Skin Care Ottawa recommends laser hair removal as a worthy investment for women in the removal of unwanted hairs and protection of the skin.