Waxing, shaving, tweezing, and plucking is a kind of temporary hair removal solution. Your hairs will start coming back after 2 to 3 weeks. But if you are finally ready for a permanent hair removal solution then Soprano ice laser hair removal is the best solution. But how does it work? And the pain? And it was expensive? You will get all the answers in this article.
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Do not pinch or wax in advance
The laser targets the pigment in the hair so the hair should be present in the hair follicles for it to work.
Not all hair can be lasered
Yep, not all of the hair is the same in the eyes of a big, powerful machine laser. That's because the laser is more likely to take on a darker pigment, aka dark hair, especially if you have lighter skin.
Skip the sun first
Tanned skin has more pigment and is closer in colour to the hair, which makes it more difficult for the laser to distinguish between the skin and hair.
You will require some care
Laser hair removal is not a one-and-done experience. In fact, it is most effective when done on hairs that are in the active growth phase, which occurs only once every six weeks. Problem? Not all hair will be in the active growth phase at the same time. This is why sometimes after treatment, you may notice some hair left,
Irritation after laser treatment is normal
Considering you are holding the powerful, pulsating beam of light directly up to the delicate areas on your body, you can certainly expect to feel some irritation and redness after laser hair removal treatment. It is absolutely normal and can even last up to several days.