Of course, laser hair removal can reduce the amount of growing hair (on the body of both men and women, there is no difference here), since it refers to conditionally permanent methods. After completing the course of procedures, the hair will disappear altogether for some time, and then, as the follicles recover, thin and weak will grow. However, hair growth will gradually resume over time.
Laser hair removal can reduce hair.
Everything is very individual, and if someone may not think about getting rid of vegetation again, then others have to repeat the course in a few years.
What does it depend on?
On the type of hair, its thickness, density and color, the type of laser, the skill of the cosmetologist and, of course the same, the genetic characteristics of the body and hormonal fluctuations.
Often hair growth stops forever , but you can usually enjoy the smoothness of the skin for two to four years. After that, hairs may appear on the laser treated areas - usually thinner, weaker and sparser than before.
After one course, the amount hair is reduced by about 90-95%.
Sometimes doctors recommend to undergo supporting procedures every six months or once a year - the doctor will recommend more precise terms at an in-person consultation. Each time it will be more difficult for follicles to recover, and over time you can expect that hair growth will stop , but how soon will this happen, and how many sessions will it take? It is difficult to predict in advance.
Health and beauty!
Maybe only temporarily. Since laser hair removal is a temporary method of hair removal. And after some time, all your hair, in full volume, will grow back again.
As advertised laser hair removal, it does not just reduce the amount of hair, it should generally eliminate them on the body. Moreover, it doesn't matter whether it is male or female. I did this procedure for myself here com.ua.
I can say - not the most pleasant thing in my life that I was going through. But the result is really good. I had to go for 5 sessions for the hair to stop growing on legs. In other zones, there were fewer sessions.
PySy true, I don't understand a little why men need this. In my opinion, women are already moving away from hair removal everywhere.
Maybe, just like on a woman's body - for a while. It is believed that after laser treatment, hair can begin to grow back after a few years. How thick and curly - depends on the body and the hormonal status that it will have at that moment.
To treat all problem areas, it will take several sessions with an interval of several weeks - after the "killing" of some follicles, they can be activated others, neighboring, and in order for the result to take hold for those very few years, all of them must be processed.
(Just in case, I inform you that this procedure is equally painful for both men and women, myths about gender-differentiated the threshold of pain has been thrown into the dustbin of history and medicine. But there is good news - the procedure can be performed under local anesthesia, which will partially or completely overcome the pain.)