The biggest benefit is the fact that it is permanent. The hair follicles are killed off by the laser, which attacks the dark pigments in the skin. This could actually save money in the long term since there will be no need to buy new razors and shaving cream, waxing strips or spend money on a professional waxier.
Shaving, waxing, epilating and other methods of hair removal take up a lot of time maintaining. In some cases, you have to do something every day to make sure the hair grows back properly and your skin is cared for. This isn’t the case with laser hair removal. You won’t need to worry about your bikini line when you’re on the beach or making sure the legs are ready for your short shorts.
While this is a form of surgery, there are very few side effects to it. The most people complain of is a red rash, similar to sunburn, which is easily treated with moisturising creams. Those more likely to suffer from this side effect are those with fair or sensitive skin. It is worth talking to the professionals before opting for it to know all your options and things to look out for.
Yes, it is one of the most expensive methods of hair removal but it is worth the cost. It is worth thinking about the amount of money spent on other hair removal products, whether you use an epilator and have to use up the electricity to charge it or have your legs professionally waxed on a monthly basis.
One of the biggest downsides is the fact that it can be a painful experience. However, every woman can handle a different level of pain and it also depends on the area you’re having the hair removed from. You may find that laser hair removal on the legs is fine but around the bikini line stings. There are creams and treatments available to help with easing the pain and discomfort you feel.
In most cases laser hair removal is permanent but there is no guarantee of this. Some women find that they do see hair growing back. This isn’t usually at the same level though. Many women report the hair is thinner and lighter, so easier to maintain and handle.
If you decide that laser hair removal is for you, you need to find somewhere reputable. Make sure that they are licensed so that they take care of you and put your safety first. You can do this by asking questions and looking around for information on the website or by talking to your GP.