Laser treatment for hair removal

Hair removal is a grooming necessity for both men and women, and most of us believe that no matter what procedure we use, our unwanted hair grows back. Do not give up just yet if you are tired of making many tries and receiving dismal results. Dr. Snehal Daga’s precise laser hair removal techniques can help you achieve a permanent reduction in hair growth while also being painless.

She has excellent surgical skills in cosmetic procedures like BOTOX injections, fillers, PRP, IPRF, GFC, and thread lifts. She has been trained for LASER treatment for pigmentation, dark spots, hair removal, and skin rejuvenation.

She has attended many national and international conferences on skin care with the goal of keeping her knowledge updated in the fields of dermatology, cosmetics, and LASER treatment, which will help her provide the latest and most quality treatment for her patients.

How Does Hair Removal Laser Therapy Work?

If you’re sick of shaving, tweezing, or waxing to get rid of unwanted hair, laser hair removal may be an option.

Before you choose our services, you should understand how a laser works for hair removal. Laser hair removal therapy employs concentrated laser radiation to eliminate the melanin pigment found in hair.

One of the most common cosmetic procedures in the United States is laser hair removal. It directs concentrated light into hair follicles. Light is absorbed by pigment in the follicles. It ruins the hair.

The light from the laser is converted into heat energy through thermolysis. At the end of the laser hair removal treatment, it eliminates the undesirable hair follicle, resulting in a permanent reduction in hair growth and density. To achieve the best results, your dermatologist may recommend a couple of sessions.

Benefits of Laser Hair Removal

Precision: Lasers can target dark, coarse hairs while causing no harm to the surrounding skin.

Speed: Because each laser pulse lasts only a fraction of a second, it can treat several hairs at once. The laser can treat a quarter-sized region in one second. Tiny parts, like the upper lip, can be treated in under a minute, while larger areas, like the back or legs, can take up to an hour.

Predictability: After three to seven sessions, the majority of patients have permanent hair loss.

Preparation for Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is more than just removing unwanted hair. It is a medical treatment that requires training and may be dangerous. Before getting laser hair removal, thoroughly research the credentials of the doctor or technician doing the procedure.

If you intend to get laser hair removal, you should refrain from plucking, waxing, and electrolysis for six weeks before the operation. This is because the laser targets hair roots, which are temporarily eliminated by waxing or plucking.

Sunlight should also be avoided for six weeks before and after treatment. Sunlight lowers the effectiveness of laser hair removal and raises the probability of complications after treatment.

What Should You Expect During Laser Hair Removal?

Just before the procedure, your treated hair will be trimmed to a few millimetres above the skin’s surface. A topical numbing agent is normally provided 20–30 minutes before the laser process to relieve the irritation caused by the laser pulses. The laser equipment will be modified based on the color, thickness, and location of the hair being treated, as well as the color of your skin.

Depending on the laser or light source utilised, you and the technician will need to wear appropriate eye protection. It will also be necessary to use a cold gel or a specific cooling device to protect your skin’s outer layers. This will make it easier for the laser light to penetrate the skin.

Following that, the technician will apply a pulse of light to the treatment region and monitor it for several minutes to ensure that the best settings are utilized and to check for any adverse responses.

After the procedure, you may be given ice packs, anti-inflammatory creams or lotions, or cold water to relieve any pain. Your next treatment can be scheduled four to six weeks later. You’ll be getting treatments until your hair stops growing.

Risks and Recovery

For the next day or two, the treated area of your skin will appear and feel burned. Cold compresses and moisturizers may be beneficial. Unless your skin is blistering, you can wear makeup the next day if your face has been treated.

Throughout the next month, your treated hair will fall out. Use sunscreen for the next month to help avoid transitory color changes in the treated skin.

Blisters are infrequent; however, they are more common in people who have darker skin. Side effects include swelling, redness, and scars. It is unusual to have persistent scarring or skin color changes

Dr. Snehal Daga provides the best laser hair removal treatment in Nashik. Dag’s skin care clinic contains advanced and high-tech machines. She provides cost-effective treatments at minimum cost for her patients.