by Sarah Osman

If you are susceptible to ingrown hairs that aggravate your skin and cause pigmentation then it can help to eliminate this. The options for hair removal are endless. From waxing to threading and shaving to tweezing, but laser hair removal is one of the few options that offers a more permanent approach to getting rid of body hair.
Laser hair removal from sensitive areas has become a popular option among women to get rid of annoying excess hair in sensitive areas, and laser is indeed a great and effective solution for hair removal . Is laser hair removal from sensitive areas safe or not?
Laser hair removal from sensitive areas is a medical procedure that uses intense laser light to remove unwanted hair. During hair removal, the laser beam passes to the hair follicles, weakening their growth. The melanin pigment in the hair absorbs the light that is emitted by the laser, then the light energy is converted into heat, which leads to damage to the hair follicles that produce hair, and this damage prevents or delays future hair growth. Although laser hair removal effectively delays hair growth for long periods, it usually does not result in permanent hair removal, there is always a need for multiple laser hair removal treatments and sessions. A person may need more than one session to completely eliminate excess hair.
Steps for laser hair removal from sensitive areas Immediately before the procedure, the hair to be removed is cut a few millimeters above the surface of the skin, and the laser equipment is adjusted according to the thickness of the hair as well as the color of the skin. The doctor gives pulses of light to the target area and watches it for several minutes to make sure the best settings are being used and to check for adverse reactions. When the procedure is complete, you may be given ice packs, anti-inflammatory creams or lotions to ease any discomfort. Your next treatment appointment may be scheduled four to six weeks later. Post-laser hair is not eliminated immediately, but after a few days or weeks. Repeated treatments are usually necessary, because hair growth and loss occur naturally, and laser treatment works best with hair follicles in the new growth phase

Results vary widely and are difficult to predict, as some people can continue hair loss for several months and possibly years, but laser hair removal does not guarantee permanent removal, but when hair grows back it is usually smaller and lighter, it may need to be repeated Treatment for long-term hair reduction and removal.

Although laser hair removal may seem a harsh and difficult procedure, it is actually safe for the underarms and bikini area, and there is little pain during or after the procedure. It often does not take much time, as laser treatments on sensitive areas may take less than 15 minutes.

Does laser hair removal for sensitive area cause cancer? There are many unfounded myths and rumors surrounding laser hair removal, among them the myth that laser hair removal treatment can cause cancer and it is an unfounded myth, as the laser is specifically designed to traverse skin cells and target hair follicles only within Skin. The laser beams used in laser hair removal produce a small amount of radiation. However , this radiation is not thought to be harmful, and there is no evidence that laser hair removal treatment causes skin cancer. Laser hair removal risks vary depending on skin type, hair color, treatment plan, and adherence to pre- and post-procedure care appointments. The most common side effects in the first hours after the procedure , irritation and redness of the skin . Skin pigment changes to darker or lighter, usually temporary. Laser hair removal may cause ulcers, scarring, or other changes in skin texture, but this is rare. The heat from the laser stays in your skin for 24 hours so no gym, saunas, hot showers, you get it. If you do, you run the risk of creating a lovely warm environment for bacteria to multiply and give you spots.

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By sarah

Sarah Othman, biochemistry student, holds a master's degree 1 from the Lebanese University. Seeking to obtain a second degree in the field of informatics. She works in the media field at Rahal Global News. Interested in cultural, artistic and news matters. A teacher in a school, and a private teacher . Holding laboratory experience in a government hospital and in private laboratories.