Say Goodbye to Shaving with Laser Hair Removal

You spend a lot of time shaving to get rid of unwanted body hair. To say the least, shaving is a process that is both time-consuming and not something you enjoy doing. But you do it because you much prefer having smooth, silky skin. The good news is laser hair removal exists, and it may be perfect for you!
The thing about shaving is, it seems that once you finally get rid of all the unwanted hair regrowth, a short time passes and you are right back to shaving again to keep the new hair regrowth from getting out of control.
When it comes to using laser hair removal to get rid of unwanted hair, this procedure is only gaining in popularity. It offers people freedom from shaving and using other manual hair removal techniques, giving them more time to spend on other things.
You may be wondering how laser hair removal works. During the procedure, light penetrates beneath the skin, where the hair follicles reside. Heat created by this process effectively damages the hair follicle, preventing it from being able to regrow hair. The skin is carpeted with a vast number of these hair follicles, so it is important to target and impair as many of these hair follicles as possible to ensure that the hair will not immediately start growing back in the treated region.
To truly eliminate hair regrowth from occurring, this can take a series of treatments. This result varies from individual to individual; however, in most cases, the more laser hair removal treatments you receive, the better the results will be.
If you’re sick and tired of getting rid of the same hair over and over again, you owe it to yourself to learn more about laser hair removal treatments. Make an appointment at Dermatology Center of the Rockies to get started. Contact us today to book a consultation at our office in Longmont!

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