For women who love beauty, exposing thick armpit hair is embarrassing. Therefore, many women will choose to remove armpit hair before the advent of summer. Then, is the effect of laser armpit hair removal related to the season? Let’s have a look!
In hot summer, people prefer to wear cool clothes, but if you are a girl with thick armpit hair, you will be worried about damaging your image and want to wear long sleeves to cover up, but it is incompatible with others. Therefore, taking off armpit hair is the only choice. So, is laser axillary hair removal related to the season?
Is the effect of laser axillary hair removal related to the season?
Because any season is not a problem. If you want to wear a short skirt or sleeveless shirt in summer and don’t want those annoying hair to embarrass you, you should start laser hair removal treatment in winter or spring, because a course of hair removal treatment takes about 6 times and about 6 months. So when you start in winter, summer basically ends the treatment. Of course, it’s OK to start treatment in summer, because the season has little effect on hair removal treatment.
How about the effect of laser axillary hair removal?
Laser axillary hair removal is an ideal method among various hair removal methods at present. Laser axillary hair removal destroys hair follicles for growing hair, and will not cause any damage to the skin. It is a once and for all method.
Laser axillary hair removal is based on the principle of selective photothermal dynamics. By reasonably adjusting the laser wavelength, energy and pulse width, the laser can pass through the surface layer of the skin and reach the root hair follicle of the hair. The light energy is absorbed and transformed into the heat energy that destroys the hair follicle tissue, so that the hair loses the regeneration ability without damaging the surrounding tissue, and the pain is slight. Laser depilation utilizes the selective photothermal effect of laser, which directly irradiates the hair follicle by passing through the epidermis with a laser adjusted to a specific wavelength. Melanin of hair follicle and hair stem selectively absorbs light energy, and the resulting thermal effect makes hair follicle necrosis and hair will no longer grow.