An ingrown problem overcome by laser hair removal
Ingrown hairs are one of the most bothersome and unsightly things on the body. Ingrown hairs can also be a painful hassle for both women and men.
What are ingrown hairs?
The razor bump condition is also medically termed pseudofolliculitis barbae. Development of ingrown hairs occur when they are broken off short with a sharp tip. Ingrown hairs can be cause by different types of hair removal methods. This includes the following:
- Depilatories- dissolve the hair using chemicals instead of it breaking or being pulled from the root. One of the least likely temporary hair removal methods to cause ingrown hair.
- Shaving- the hair is removed at or just below the skin with the blunt cut of the razor. Ingrown hair is most likely to be cause by this method.
- Tweezing- distortion of the hair follicle is caused as the tweezer pulls the hair from the root. The angle of growth is consequently improper, cause ingrown hair.
- Waxing- distortion of the hair growth also occurs as hair is pulled from the root.
- Electrolysis- a metal probe is inserted into the hair follicle, followed by a mild electronic current killing the hair. The results of this method are varying, but eliminates ingrown hair if successful.
- Laser Hair Removal- successful procedures destroy the hair follicles by using laser lights, permanently reducing hair growth. Ingrown hair is also overcome.
While traditional techniques such as shaving and waxing remove unwanted hair temporarily, they lead to annoying rashes and ingrown hair. Laser hair removal technology ensures that ingrown hairs are eliminated and skin has a smooth and flawless finish. How does the laser hair removal procedure work? Wavelengths of light energy are gently delivered to both the hair shaft and follicle in pulses, through a delicate, computer-controlled hand piece. Effectively, the source of the unwanted hair growth problem is targeted and treated, therefore allowing for permanent results.