Summer is a great time to relax and let loose. You probably have many things you want to accomplish away from work, books, and class assignments.
One of the things you can get to do is get rid of unwanted hair. Today’s article breaks down three excellent permanent hair removal options you should consider.
Laser Hair Removal Technology
Typically, hair removal will include removing the top part of the hair while leaving the hair follicle intact to allow for new regrowth, something that is temporary. However, it is imperative to consider laser technology as a more permanent solution.
Unlike waxing and shaving, laser technology targets the hair follicle damaging through continuous heat energy to stop new hair from growing. The procedure is suitable for any part of the body except for the eye area, with treatment being recommended for those individuals with light skin tones because dark-skinned individuals risk their skin being permanently lightened.
Some available lasers are Alexandrite Lasers, Ruby Lasers, and Diode Lasers. Although laser hair removal may delay hair growth for an extended period, it is best to undergo multiple laser hair removal sessions to achieve the desired effects per your dermatologist’s guidance. The laser hair removal cost will cost between $250 and $400 per session.
Electrolysis Hair Removal
Like laser technology, electrolysis works to damage hair follicles, stopping hair regrowth permanently.
The procedure is performed by inserting needles in the skin and applying shortwave radio frequencies to destroy the hair follicles. Afterward, the hairs are removed using a hair tweezer. The procedure can be done in three ways. The first one is through Galvanic electrolysis where the hair follicles are chemically dissolved. The second one is via thermolysis which uses localized heat. Finally, both galvanic and thermolysis can be used in a blending process.
The good part about the procedure is that it can be performed on any part of the body and any type of hair. Nonetheless, depending on your hair growth cycle, the amount of hair present, and body sensitivity, you might undergo the procedure several times to achieve the desired effect. The cost of the procedure will vary depending on the number of sessions required ranging between $250 and $500.
Hair Removal Creams
If laser technology and electrolysis are not your ideal procedures, you can opt for hair removal creams. The good thing about creams is that it is affordable and can be found in any skin clinic.
The best creams are those prescribed by a dermatologist after a thorough skin examination has been conducted. Just like laser technology, prescription creams work to inhibit the production of enzymes that stimulate hair growth.
An excellent hair cream to use is Vaniqa which the Food and Drug Administration approves. But it is most effective when used with other permanent hair removal options. Besides, continuous and diligent application of the cream will also boost your chances of getting positive results. A month’s prescription could cost between $30-$50, depending on the type