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How Laser Hair Removal in Sharjah Works

One of the issues people complain about their appearance is the presence of unwanted hair on the different parts of the body. While women generally wish to remove all of them, men prefer a thinner hair covering on their body. The hair on the body is a sign of masculinity and men do not want that to go away entirely.

It has been tough to get hair removal traditionally as the methods are painful in general and the hair are bound to grow back within a few days’ time. Men too cannot benefit from these options since waxing or shaving removes hair entirely and cannot give a thinner appearance.

Let’s learn how laser hair removal in Sharjah works and makes people’s lives easier.

How is laser hair removal better?

There are a number of reasons why laser hair removal is better option than the traditional shaving or waxing. Firstly, it offers results that are permanent in nature. Once a follicle stops producing hair, the hair will not grow out of it again. There is no need to repeat the treatment every few days like the aforementioned options.

Laser hair removal also does not have the risks such as ingrown hair and infections associated with it. Injuries that are common with waxing that can even lead to bleeding are also absent. With permanent results and no serious issues like the traditional methods, this treatment is hard to beat.

How does it work?

Laser hair removal Sharjah works with the help of laser that target dark matter in the follicles in order to inhibit their ability to produce hair in the future. The laser is set to target melanin which gets heated up. The follicle first shrinks and then eventually loses its ability of hair production.

Since the laser is set to target dark pigmentation, the skin tissue nearby remains mostly unaffected by it. The treatment is generally brief though it can take longer in case of a larger region being covered. Results take a few days to show up though they are quite obvious and noticeable.

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