What About Laser?
In past few years, many laser hair removal services have opened which have offered promises of great results and varying prices.
Unfortunately, they fail to mention that laser hair removal is severely limited in its ability to remove hair and for many people, is not an option at all.
Laser devices, rely on the dark pigment of the hair to attract the laser energy. For those who have dark pigmented skin and hair, the
risk of being burned by the laser is increased. Since the finer, lighter hair on light pigmented skin has no contrast to attract the laser
beam, the results are sub-par at best. It is also possible, in some cases, that a hyper-pigmentation (lightening) or hypo-pigmentation
(darkening) of the skin, can occur.
This effect may remain permanent.
Estimates by the Mayo Clinic state that hair counts can be reduced by only 40-80%. Therefore, the F.D.A. has classified laser hair removal as a temporary method of hair reduction, and not permanent.
Electrolysis is still the only method classified by the F.D.A to permanently eliminate the ability for a hair to grow.
Electrolysis remains the Gold Standard against which all other hair removal methods are measured.
Since 1875 electrolysis has proven time and time again that it achieves a permanent result that will last for a lifetime.
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