Traditional methods of hair removal, such as plucking, shaving and waxing, only provide temporary results. People with poor circulation, diabetes or varicose veins are advised not to wax. They are more likely to get infected.
Laser hair removal is safe and effective. It does not damage the delicate skin structures or pores. Laser light emits a beam that travels through the skin to the hair's follicles, where it is absorbed. The laser energy is converted into heat, which causes the hair follicle to be destroyed. You can check out more about the laser hair removal in Windsor at www.bareessentialsspa.com.
The second layer of skin, the dermis, is not accessible by the laser beam. The laser beam cannot penetrate beyond the dermis (second layer of skin) so it is totally safe. Hair will become lighter and finer after each treatment. Between treatments, skin will be smooth and hair free for as long as 6 weeks. To achieve hair loss of 90%, it takes between 6-8 treatments. Laser hair removal is a more effective option.
What are the problems people have with shaving?
Hair that has been cut by a razor looks thicker because it has been cut at a sharp angle. For the same reason it feels stubbly as the hair starts to grow back. Stubbly hair can appear thicker. A shaved head can make the hair appear thicker. Regrowth is usually within 2 to 3 days. Other drawbacks include red shaving bumps. Red shaving bumps are common because of oil glands attached nerve endings.