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You can use laser treatments for a variety of issues from acne scars to aging skin and unsightly scars, from hair removal to fat removal. Laser is gaining in popularity because of the wide-ranging benefits it offers. However, there are still risks involved and you should be informed. Here is a simple guide on everything that you need to know concerning laser treatments:
Lasers can break down acne scars, age spots, rosacea, along with other brown skin blemishes. They can be used to destroy and damage thread veins on the legs and face so that they dissolve gradually. Laser treatment can also get rid of that regrettable and unforgettable tattoo.
In the last few years or so, lasers have come to the forefront of anti-aging beauty treatments. Celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston have praised this form of anti-aging treatment and people have started seeing its appeal.
One of the options for the anti-aging procedures is the resurfacing treatment. How this works is by simply removing a layer of skin from the face to allow softer and tighter skin to grow back in its place. The main advantage of this procedure is the fact that the skin that grows back has less visible wrinkles and blemishes. However, for resurfacing, you have to go for several treatments to attain the desired results.
Photo rejuvenation is a another option when considering anti-aging treatments. This works by simply stimulating the collagen production in the skin using lasers, which ‘plumps out’ wrinkles and fine lines lasting a few months up to a year and a half.
This is the latest form of laser treatment. It is a non-invasive procedure which uses radio frequency waves to target fat cells in stubborn body areas. Laser fat reduction just like liposuction aims to get rid of excess fat permanently from certain areas of the body. Laser fat reduction unlike liposuction however involves liquefying the excess fat, then draining it naturally from the body. There is no use of vacuum tubes to suction the fat from the treated areas. The body’s own lymphatic system gets rid of this excess fat.
How this procedure works is by simply using short bursts of light to zap the skin’s surface. The hair’s pigment then absorbs the light that subsequently heats up and destroys the hair follicle thereby preventing hair re-growth.
Laser hair removal works best for the individuals that have dark hair and pale skin. It is almost impossible to treat grey, ginger, or white hair using this method since the laser works by targeting the hair’s pigment.
If you wish to get rid of your unwanted hair completely, then you will need an extended treatment plan for the procedure to have lasting results. However, even though some practitioners might promote it, there are no guarantees for permanent hair removal.