Laser Hair Removal
A hair removal method that’s been growing in popularity is laser hair removal. This semi-permanent option doesn’t require the same upkeep as shaving or waxing. The technique involves a laser that emits intense pulsed light. The light converts to heat energy, travels through the pigment in your hair, and damages the hair follicle and hair bulb. Repetitive damage to the follicles through laser hair removal can stop hair from growing as quickly, thickly, or at all. However, like waxing, laser treatments can be uncomfortable. You also need to go to at least 10 sessions, 4-6 weeks apart, for it to work correctly.