Which Parts of the Body can Get Laser Hair Removal?
Unwanted hair growth is an annoyance, and most women grow tired of the routine of shaving, waxing and plucking. Waxing can be expensive and painful, especially in sensitive areas like the bikini line, and some women’s hair grows in circular patterns that can make waxing very painful due to multiple repetitions of wax-and-pulls. And when done in a salon, waxing can sometimes lead to infections if the site’s waxing methods are not ideally sterile.
Who has time for a lifelong battle with stubble and stragglers?
Laser hair removal can be your ideal answer, since laser hair removal treatments are safe enough to be used on all body parts when a qualified physician is conducting the laser treatments.
So with a qualified medical professional using a state-of-the-art laser hair removal system that features a cooling mechanism upon each laser burst, and making the process less painful with numbing creams and cooling compresses, you can finally be hair-free on almost all of your body parts. It will take multiple treatments to get fully hair-free in a lasting way, but laser hair removal can give you smooth legs, arms, underarms, upper lip and bikini area. When it comes to your eyebrows, it is possible to get laser hair removal there via an experienced laser hair removal physician, but it may be better to choose electrolysis for targeted single hair elimination, or keep plucking or waxing since eyebrow shapes change in trend and style over time.
Men also enjoy the benefits of laser hair removal on all body parts, including their backs and the sides of their backs, their buttocks and other sensitive areas.
Your doctor will, of course, need to assess your skin for sensitivity, and especially the color of your hair. Most lasers work best on dark hair, since the laser beam targets the pigment (melanin) of the hair. Advances in laser technology make laser hair removal an option for people with darker skin, but those with very light hair, and even red hair or gray hair, may still not be considered good candidates for effective hair removal. Some lasers simply cannot target their hair pigmentation. At least not yet. Advances in technology happen all the time, and your day may come quite soon.
If there’s a part of your body where hair growth bothers you, talk to your physician. You may find that yes, hair growth on your knuckles or toes can be zapped away by safe and effective laser hair removal treatments, and chin hairs can be gone as well.
Soon, you’ll be able to find much better things to do with your time other than shaving, waxing, plucking or threading, because laser hair removal has taken care of your hair growth issues and unhappiness.