If you have questions like, why is laser treatment best for unwanted facial hair removal? Here is the reason; laser hair removal treatment uses a non-invasive treatment which doesn’t cause the affected area to get irritated or cause redness like other methods of hair removal. Laser hair removal uses laser light to target the pigment in a hair follicle. The absorption of the light by the pigments causes the follicle to become damaged stunting the hairs’ inability to grow back. Therefore, it gives a long-term, permanent result. The laser targets melanin hair follicles which result in the selective destruction of the hair structure. More about our service on laser hair treatment; the cool glide (ND: YAG) laser family by Cutera Laser Company delivers high power long pulse (1064nm energy) using a hand-piece that also functions by cooling the skin through contact cooling. It is a medical grade/FDA approved device that is designed to be safe when used by trained professionals. For stable, long-term or permanent hair removal or reduction, the cool glide is the optimal best. However good the cool glide package is, there are also steps one needs to take and appointments to make to guarantee a long-lasting permanent result. For example; you will need to go in regularly every four to six weeks for fresh treatments to keep seeing permanent smooth results but along the way, since the laser kills 10% of the hair follicles with each appointment you will eventually need to undergo six to eight laser treatments to see significant result. If you have thick dark hair and light skin, you may lose hope thinking no treatment can help you but fortunately you are a perfect candidate for the laser hair removal treatment as it makes it easy for the laser to detect the hair follicle. A hair color that is similar to the skin color makes it harder for the laser to identify and detect the hair follicle. You can come in for a number of things ranging from chin laser hair removal, Facial laser hair removal, upper lip laser hair removal, under arms laser hair removal etc. even if you do not have the criteria to be called the perfect candidate as stated above, the laser should be able to detect a decent number of follicles every time you come in to Nell Laser Clinic in Toronto. However broad our services offered are, there are still areas on the body that cannot be treated by laser hair removal treatment, for example, we cannot treat under the eyebrows but we can take care of the space in between them. The nose and inside of the ears which is often times requested by men cannot be done by us, but every other place where laser hair removal treatment can be required, we can do. It is also highly advisable to disclose any medical history you may have which includes what medication you are currently taking before you begin your first laser hair removal treatment because it has been proven to have a significant effect on determining whether the procedure is right for you or not. As stated above, laser hair removal treatment is not for everyone but it has proven to be of significant advantage to people who try it.
Both concepts are highly uncomfortable to talk about for most people and are issues most women deal with. It’s not always a favorable situation to be in as hormonal imbalance deals with the hormones being either too little or too much in the body and since hormones are your body’s chemical messengers, they play a big role in the functioning of your body system. Any imbalance in it can be highly uncomfortable to the system. It is the norm in most women’s bodies to produce an egg every month, which is of course until she reaches menopause when she stops producing them. The process of releasing eggs in the body can’t be done without the help from the Luteinizing follicle hormone which helps in increasing progesterone. Sometimes, however, it happens that no egg is produced and no progesterone is secreted instead oestrogen are produced. This imbalance causes the follicles to mature into fluid-filled sacs also known as cysts which grows every month until progesterone is released. Effects of this imbalance can include: