You might be one of those women, who are constantly maintaining their unwanted hair by epilating, waxing and threading. Or you might be one of those, who are growing out their armpit hair and dying it crazy colors. Either way, it’s cool. Whether you use tweezers, blades, or wax, it surely takes a lot of your time and is annoying beyond limits. Luckily, Laser Hair Removal in Abu Dhabi and elsewhere provides a permanent cure for hair removal and leaves you with silky-soft and hair-free skin.
At-Home Laser Technology
With rapidly increasing laser technology, there are plenty of companies that have come up with at-home laser kits. Some of these kits are FDA approved but they do not work on all hair and skin types. They might work on dark hair and light skin (a standard requirement for traditional laser hair removal in Abu Dhabi) but might not work on other types of skin and hair and there is always a risk of burning your skin.
The convenience of using home-based laser hair removal machines is certainly the best part. You can get smooth, silky skin at your own time and comfort. It’s also a painless procedure and has no-fuss associated with it.
The main disadvantage of these home-based kits is that they only work on people with lighter skin tones and dark hair. Also, they can burn your skin and lead to redness. Also, performing the laser all by yourself is a little bit risky and tedious job.
What is a more reliable option?
The ideal way to fix the problem of unwanted hair permanently is by going for a consultation with a highly skilled dermatologist. S/he will analyze your skin and will devise you a suitable type of laser hair removal in Abu Dhabi. Not all types of lasers are created equal and each type of laser is used for a different skin and hair type. Some work really well for fine hair while others work exceptionally well on thick hair.
How to determine whether I am the right candidate on not?
Usually, going for a consultation is the best way. But here are a few general considerations. If there is no contrast between your skin and hair and they have the same color, you cannot go for laser hair removal in Abu Dhabi. Similarly, if you have blond, white, gray, or red hair, Laser Hair Removal will do nothing for you.
A Story of a Brown Girl
As a Brown girl with lots and lots of hair, getting my hair removed has been a preoccupation of mine since high school. I can’t even tell you the endless stories of horrific nicks and cuts from shaving endured from razors. It took me a few years to up my hair removal game as I was a little skeptical about Dubai laser hair removal. I then went for a waxing appointment. It was surely a lot expensive than a razor but I said to myself. At least. I won’t have any ingrown hairs. Well, for waxing pros, you know that you will have smooth, glowing skin for about three days and then your hair will begin to get all prickly and you can’t wax it before two weeks.
Then, I finally decided to undergo laser hair removal.
I thought to myself, I might lose a lot of money but it will be all worth it. And, surely, this one-time investment will save me a lot of money in the future on shaving supplies and waxing appointments. I got it done and let me tell you that I couldn’t have been happier with the results. My fuzz was all gone after a total of five treatments. My skin has never felt so smooth. I waited for a total of three months before I finally got relieved that my hair will never grow back. All of the people that knew me to begin asking me questions about the laser. So, I decided to address the two most important queries associated with laser hair removal.
Laser Hair Removal works on Light Skin & Dark Hair
This is a no-brainer but in this day and age, there are plenty of lasers that work on darker skin tones as well but if you have lighter hair (blond, red, and gray), the laser will not work for you.
From where should I get it done?
Long are gone the days when there were only a few clinics were offering Laser Hair Removal. Now, almost, every other aesthetic clinic offers this option. However, you should do a bit of research before settling for the right surgeon.
I hope this blog post gave you a little real insight into the procedure and revived your confidence in the laser. If you have any concerns or questions, leave them down in the comments section below.