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Everyone has body hair, which is undisable and depending on the time of year or your personal preferences, you may want to remove some of it. Contrary to many submissions, no hair removal treatment can get rid of hair permanently. Anyway there are several ways to get rid of hair for weeks, months, or longer periods of time. Let’s take a look at the common hair removal techniques and get some information about it.
Usually hair grows to its full length in about a month. Male hair also tends to grow faster than female hair.
The hair on your head can grow about six inches in a year slower than body hair growth.
Nutrition, medications, and genetics can affect hair growth. As you get older, the rate of hair growth may slow down.
The process of hair growth is a complex that starts deep in the hair follicle.
Shaving simply gets rid of hair at the surface, which is why it grows back so quickly.
Tweezing removes the hair as well as its root, which helps slow down regrowth. But even with tweezing, the hair will likely grow back in a couple of weeks.
Electrolysis involves the use of shortwave radio frequencies distributed through fine needles placed directly into your hair follicles. This procedure can be done by a dermatologist or a certified electrologist.
Having results from electrolysis you should follow-up sessions every week or two.
The best side of your body effect you can see from electrolysis is pain and redness from skin irritation.
Laser hair removal works by damaging the follicle with high-heat lasers to stop new hair from growing.
Depending on the area of hair removal, you may need about four to six treatments spaced four to eight weeks apart using laser hair removal.
Laser hair removal can cause skin irritation and redness, but this usually goes away after a few hours and temporary pigment changes, especially with darker skin tones.
For facial hair, Eflornithine is very effective and is better suited to women. Some side effects may include burning, rashes, and acne breakouts from follicle disruption.
Professional tweezing and waxing are also a way of removing hair and they include mild rashes and irritation, but this is usually temporary.
Chemical depilation consists of an over-the-counter gel or cream that you put on your skin. It works by weakening a protein in your hair called keratin.
Natural treatments aren’t permanent but they can help remove hair or limit hair growth.
After removing hair if your hair continues to regrow very fast, make an appointment to see your doctor.
Most people may try four or six laser therapy sessions.
The results can vary and depend on several factors. These include the areas being treated and fluctuating hormonal levels.
There are four stages of hair growth:
- anagen, the growing phase
- catagen, the transitional phase
- telogen, the resting phase
- exogen, the shedding phase
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