No Hair after Laser Hair Removal

In my relatively long electrolysis hair removal experience, I've treated a great number of people of different genders and ages, and with different sort of skin and hair color. Search more about body Fx services before taking the services.

More Hair after Laser Hair Removal.

Recently, I've had numerous customers coming to me for waxing, promising to be unsatisfied with the results of laser hair removal treatments on their face, shoulders, chest or back.

In all those cases, and in their view, following numerous treatments, a laser has increased the hair growth rather than eliminating or reducing hair permanently. They also assert that hair became thicker and darker.

Their case histories demonstrate that these customers have light skin, excess hair growth on the face and throat and imbalance of hormones. Additionally, some have poly-cystic ovarian syndromes, adrenal disorders and other conditions that cause the excessive growth of hair.

Back to fundamentals: laser vs. electrolysis

Hair grows from the dermis. The indentation of the skin where the hair shaft develops is called a follicle. The only living section of the hair is located in the follicle. This is the foundation of the origin, which is known as the bulb, and which comprises the cells that make the hair shaft. It's this hair bulb at the follicle which both laser and electrolysis are targeting when planning to remove the hair growth.

Given the follicle can create two kinds of hair- vellums hair, that can be light, delicate, and fluffy; and terminal hair, that can be darker, thicker and coarser,  It is possible that the implemented (laser) radiation, in some instances, stimulates hair follicles which generate the fine hair into creating terminal hair. 


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