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10 Laser Hair Removal Myths Busted

Since ages women have been searching for painless and permanent hair removal solutions. They tried almost everything from shaving razors to plucking, threading and waxing, but none of them offered a permanent solution. If you are also not happy with these traditional hair removal techniques, laser hair removal may be worth considering. A latest study has shown that laser treatments are one of the most commonly sought cosmetic procedures all over the world.

Despite continuous increase in popularity of laser hair removal, there are several myths encompassing the procedure that still prevent a whole lot of candidates from opting for laser treatment. If you are also confused whether you should opt for the procedure or not, just because your friend says it is not safe, or the friend or your friend has had a burnt skin, or a relative of yours has told you it is a very expensive procedure and you can’t afford it, continue reading and you may end up changing your mind about Laser treatment.

Here are some common myths and ultimate facts about laser hair removal treatment:

Myth # 1: The Lasers Can Damage Your Internal Organs

Fact: It is nothing more than propaganda! The laser beam can’t move pass a set limit, let alone heat from the laser. Lasers used for hair removal purpose can penetrate up to a quarter mm only into your skin, then how can it reach the internal organs. Laser Hair Removal is an extremely safe procedure that has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Any side effects experienced are temporary and subside at their own within a couple of days.

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