Laser hair removal is a simple treatment, but extremely efficient. Standard hair elimination therapies such as shaving, waxing, and threading work by eliminating the hair from the root. This damages the hair bulb underneath the skin yet leaves it undamaged to grow back hair once more.
Laser hair removal works differently, instead of removing the hair, this treatment ruins the hair roots, indicating the hair can’t grow back. The hair roots have to grow back prior to hair can return to the damaged location, which can take several months.
Laser treatments assault the hair follicle by targeting pulses of laser light to the skin. The lasers are drawn into the coloring of the hair, as well as the energy from the laser is converted into warmth as it takes a trip down the hair to the specific hair follicles underneath the skin.
WHAT IS A BRAZILIAN LASER HAIR REMOVAL TREATMENT?
A Brazilian laser hair removal is similar to Brazilian wax in outcomes. Unlike a Bikini laser hair removal [เลเซอร์ บิ กิ นี่, which is the term in Thai], a Brazilin laser hair removal aims to remove almost all the pubic hair a patient might have. This includes hair on the labia, at the sides, and along, as well as around the bum, while leaving a little spot of hair over the vaginal canal for visual objectives.
We understand that some patients may have issues about routing lasers on the most delicate areas around their bikini location.
Nevertheless, when done by laser specialists, patients can prepare for no added pain or discomfort throughout their sessions. At most, you will really feel a slight pinching or stinging on the targeted locations.
WHAT TO ANTICIPATE AFTER THAT?
Your first therapy will be amongst the most uncomfortable, more because of the new experience of lasers on sensitive locations rather than the discomfort itself. For the rest of the day post-treatment, you may really feel the following adverse effects:
- Discomfort: Your groin will generally have a specific soreness all over for a couple of hours if not the whole day. Those that consistently exercise and work out will feel less discomfort.
- Swelling: For up to three hours after the treatment, you can prepare for swelling of the whole treated location.
- Soreness: A small inflammation of the area will go hand in hand with the swelling.