Hair grows just about everywhere on the body, but there are some areas where you want it least, such as the face. Body hair tends to be pale and fine, but it has a tendency to turn coarse and dark when you don’t expect it. It also seems to do this where it feels like everyone can see. You can pluck it, shave it or burn it off with chemicals, but it’s going to keep coming back because you haven’t killed off the root. When the hair gets to a point where you don’t want to deal with it anymore, it’s time to think about laser hair removal in Hawaii.
laser hair removal in Hawaii consists of having a technician go over your skin with a laser wand and zapping each follicle it comes across. It’s a fairly simple process, but it’s one that permanently removes hair over time. As the laser goes over the hair follicle, the hair heats up and absorbs the light from the laser. This action damages the entire hair follicle, making it more difficult for it to grow back.
What makes laser hair removal in Hawaii more preferable than electrolysis is its speed and ease of removal. A laser goes over a wide swath of skin at a time, eliminating multiple follicles at once. Electrolysis requires that each individual hair shaft be hit with an electrical current in order to kill it off. It’s a slow process and takes a lot of time to complete.
Always remember that hair grows in stages. What this means is that you are going to see regrowth of your hair, but it is not necessarily the hair that was just removed. One growth cycle of hair is eliminated during one visit, another the next. It requires multiple treatments in order to eliminate all of the unwanted hair. Treatment works best when the hair is in its early growth stage, or anagen phase.
The end result is one of having no more hair where you don’t want to see it. No more having to worry about when the next thick, dark hair is going to crop up and making you get out the tweezers.