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Brazilian laser hair removal
Potential patients nowadays assess not only the efficacy of a hair removal therapy but also its speed, durability, comfort, and cost-effectiveness. Brazilian laser hair removal is currently one of the most popular procedures. While some may praise it, others may have a different opinion.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of Brazilian laser hair removal? This treatment is quick, accurate, durable, and somewhat painless. In contrast, disadvantages include dry skin or skin burns, the necessity for several pricey sessions, and quick results at extended intervals. While there are no medically established benefits to any hair removal surgery, getting a Brazilian is one method that many people can improve their appearance and, ultimately, how they view themselves.
Arguments for and against Brazilian Laser Hair Removal
Getting a Brazilian is a question of personal preference, but the method you choose to remove unwanted hair growth should be practical for you. Examine the benefits and drawbacks of going fully bare there with laser treatment.
Permanent hair removal. Laser depilation is not permanent. After finishing the specified number of treatments, maintenance treatments will be required at least once every two years.
Thinner, less thick hair. During your treatments, you may observe that any pubic hair that grows is thinner and less dense than usual. If you choose not to have maintenance sessions following the completion of your treatment plan, your hair will ultimately grow back, but it will be much sparser than before.
Affordable hair removal. Laser hair removal treatment may be more cost-effective in the long run, even though the sessions are more expensive than other procedures. Brazilian waxing is less expensive, but twice-monthly waxing can eventually cost more than a permanent option like laser hair removal.
No razor burn, ingrown hairs, or rashes. Laser hair removal does not cause unpleasant ingrown hairs or uncomfortable razor burn and rashes, unlike shaving or waxing.
Minimal maintenance. After completing your treatments, you will only require maintenance sessions once every two years. Laser hair removal is more practical than waxing and shaving, which must be performed frequently to maintain a hairless pubic region.
Precision and swiftness Lasers may swiftly cover a large area while impacting only the hairs linked to follicles. There may be some redness and irritation following laser treatment, but lasers do not cause skin damage.
Less uncomfortable than waxing. Laser hair removal is less unpleasant than the sensation of a rubber band snapping on the skin. A laser technician will apply a cooling gel and a topical anesthetic prior to your session to make it more comfortable. Given that you’re dealing with a delicate area, this can be a significantly more pleasant alternative.
Multiple treatments. You will require between 4 and 8 sessions to achieve the permanent hair reduction results you desire. These treatments are separated by four to six weeks.
At least once every two years, you will need to schedule maintenance treatments to maintain your follicles permanently incapable of producing hair. It is more convenient than shaving or waxing on a monthly basis.
Patients with darker skin tones should avoid using older laser hair removal systems. Since laser hair removal targets pigment, people with light skin and dark hair can obtain effective treatment. Nonetheless, darker skin can absorb laser heat, resulting in discolouration. Ensure that your provider has high-quality equipment to avoid this.
Patients with light-colored hair may experience reduced effectiveness. Dark hair can absorb laser light, transform it into heat, and kill hair follicles from the root. Less potent laser equipment may produce effective outcomes for persons with light-colored hair.
Risk of skin burns. Patients must shave their pubic hair the evening prior to treatment. Any hair that extends beyond the skin can heat and cause skin burns. Avoid Brazilian waxing for at least two weeks before to your procedure, as it eliminates hair from the root.
Dry skin’s adverse effects Skin dryness is one of the probable side effects of laser hair removal. Moisturizing the affected area might mitigate its effects.
Alternative Methods of Brazilian Laser Hair Removal
Aside from laser hair removal, spas and aesthetic centers provide various do-it-yourself products and treatments. Examine the pros and cons of various pubic hair removal methods to help you decide whether Brazilian laser hair removal is the right option for you.
We Use the Gold Standard Cynosure Elite IQ for your Brazilian Laser Hair Removal
Cynosure Elite IQ laser is our work horse dual-wavelength aesthetic laser. We use the Elite IQ™ for many treatments, including laser hair removal, vascular lesions (rosacea, facial and leg veins), pigmented lesions (sun damage, age spots), benign lesions (warts, skin tags, moles), skin rejuvenation (wrinkles, fine lines, skin tightening, psoriasis), Scar removal (acne scars).
Elite iQ platform offers customized laser hair removal treatments for all skin types including the back, face, chest, underarms, arms, legs, and bikini area.
With the patented SkinTel® technology, the Elite IQ has the only FDA cleared melanin reader that adjusts to your exact skin type and colour. It finds the perfect setting for every skin tone, from fair to dark (and tanned), and every hair texture, from fine to coarse hairs.
It allows our practitioners to identify test spot settings, optimizing hair removal treatments tailored to each of our client’s skin type and ethnicity. There is no more judging skin types by eye or second guessing if a patient has been in the sun. SkinTel® allows our practitioners to know the right parameters for treatment, allowing for the ideal laser skin treatment that is safe and effective.