Medical grade laser hair removal machine treatment is safe

Currently, the medical grade laser hair removal machine is a very effective method of hair removal and is fast, effective and long lasting compared to hair removal creams and waxing papers. Laser hair removal uses laser light to destroy the hair follicle tissue, causing the hair to lose its ability to regenerate, thus achieving permanent hair removal. There is only a slight tingling or burning sensation during the hair removal process and the pain is not very intense. The principle of laser hair removal is to target melanin for precise and selective hair removal treatment. The melanin absorbs the laser energy and the temperature rises dramatically, resulting in the destruction of the surrounding hair follicle tissue and the removal of the hair. It can be said that laser hair removal is currently a very suitable method for hair removal and this method of hair removal is generally non-allergenic.

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Is laser hair removal safe?

Laser hair removal is carried out using an device, the safety of which depends mainly on the safety of the permanent laser hair removal device and the skill of the operator. Laser hair removal machines are generally certified by the authorities and you should always choose a medical institution with authority when choosing one. The laser hair removal process is simple and quick. The hair is shaved from the surface of the treatment area before the laser hair removal treatment so that it cannot absorb the laser. The laser works on the surface of the skin through a complex optical fibre transmission system and its energy is selectively absorbed by the melanin in the hair follicle and converted into heat energy to destroy the hair follicle without causing damage to the surrounding skin. Therefore, laser hair removal is safe as long as you choose a good medical institution and doctor.

Dangers of Laser Hair Removal

As with many cosmetic procedures, laser hair removal carries certain risks. The dangers of laser hair removal are related to the laser used for laser hair removal. In the presence of a powerful laser, the skin is simply a transparent cellophane, so the laser penetrates the skin very smoothly and reaches the hair follicle. As the hair follicle has a lot of melanin in it, it absorbs a large amount of laser energy preferentially and eventually converts it into heat, raising the temperature of the hair follicle and destroying its function. The skin itself is not damaged during this process as the skin absorbs relatively little or no laser energy. As the laser only destroys the hair follicle cells in the anagen phase, it does not completely destroy the resting and degenerative hair follicles, so some of them will regenerate. Therefore, laser hair removal requires several sessions to achieve permanent hair removal, with an interval of one and a half months to two months between each treatment.

Does laser hair removal have any side effects?

Laser hair removal does not normally cause side effects, but if care is not taken after the treatment, there may be a small amount of effect. There may be slight redness, skin irritation and hot or itchy sensations in the area after hair removal. Slight redness of the treated area may occur, but this usually disappears within a few hours. Minimising exposure to sunlight before and after each treatment will reduce the chances of side effects.