There is no free consultation for Tattoo Removal Sydney but they can assure your request for removal of your tattoo will be 100% successful. In my relatively long electrolysis hair removal experience, I have treated a multitude of people of different ages and genders, and with different type of hair and skin color.
Recently, I have had a number of
clients coming to me for electrolysis, claiming being dissatisfied with
the results of laser hair removal treatments on their face, shoulders,
back or chest. In all those cases, and in their opinion, after having
numerous treatments, laser has increased the hair growth instead of removing or reducing hair permanently. They also claim that hair became darker and thicker.
case histories show that these clients have light skin, excess hair
growth on the face and neck and imbalance of hormones. Also, some have
poly-cystic ovarian syndromes, adrenal disorders and other conditions
that cause the excessive growth of hair. Although their hair was visible
before, it was not as excessive, thick and dark as when they finished
with their laser hair removal treatments.
Being both a certified
clinical – medical electrologist and a laser technician and having
worked in the electrolysis field since 1997, I tend to recommend my
clients (especially women) to have electrolysis and not to have laser
hair removal treatments on the face, neck, back and shoulders.
Back to basic: laser vs electrolysis
grows out of the dermis. The indentation of the skin in which the hair
shaft grows is called a follicle. The only living portion of the hair is
found in the follicle. This is the base of the root, which is called
the bulb, and which contains the cells that produce the hair shaft. It
is this hair bulb in the follicle that both laser and electrolysis are
targeting when aiming to eliminating the hair growth.
the follicle can produce two types of hair: vellus hair, which are pale,
fine, and fluffy; and terminal hair, which are darker, coarser and
thicker, could it be possible that the applied (laser) radiation, in
some cases, stimulates hair follicles that produces the fine hair into
producing terminal hair?
It is important to point out that laser
cannot treat individual follicles. When applied, it treats not only the
unwanted hair, but the laser beam goes also over a far greater skin area
that surrounds the unwanted hair, where there is no visible or a very
No matter what type of laser machine for hair removal
is being used – diode, alexandrite or long pulsed Nd:Yg – the principal
behind the LASER (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of
Radiation) hair removal is the same.
When the laser operator
activates the laser, the laser beam will pass through the skin to the
tiny sacs called follicles where hair growth originates. The intense
heat from the laser beam damages the hair follicles, which eliminates
The hand piece tip of the laser hair removal machine
must be in firm contact with the skin. Several pulses should then be
placed next to one another while looking for the epidermal response. The
firm pressure also flattens the epidermis, bringing the hair roots
closer to the surface. Hair roots closer to the surface have a greater
probability of absorbing the laser light.
In contrast to laser
hair removal, electrolysis devices treat individual follicles only.
Using the most modern technology, a minute amount of electricity is
carefully applied to the base of the hair follicle. This process
destroys the hair growth cell. Therefore, the regrowth ability of the
hair follicle is permanently eliminated.
Without the blood flow, that particular follicle cannot grow another hair.
There is no doubt in my mind that far greater number of people are satisfied with their laser hair removal results than those who are not. I do not want to pretend that I know for certain the reason behind the laser treatment failing some of these people, and why some people experience the increased hair growth on the laser treated areas.
my opinion, one of the reasons for the increased hair after laser hair
removal treatments is the electromagnetic radiation of the laser when
applied and its impact on the potential hair growing cells there,
especially in clients with imbalance of hormones and/or whose hair cells
are more sensitive to normal levels of circulating (male hormones)
There is relatively little published research information on laser hair removal, although the laser companies are quick to promote their new devices and promising expectations.
As a professional dedicated to giving clients the best service possible, I would like to see more research done and more published data on laser hair removal. The best hope for our clients is that researchers and physicians continue to make their findings known in peer-reviewed publications. That way they will be able to combat the hype present in the mainstream media, the manufacturer and practitioner promotional materials and in the often unreliable, anecdotal reports from consumers. Without these researched and established findings, we can only guess why the increase of terminal, unwanted hair happens in some women (and men) after the laser hair removal treatments.
Boba Borojevic is the owner of “Royal electrolysis” business. She is a Certified Clinical Medical Electrologist, Certified Laser Technician and Certified Telangiectologist serving the Ottawa area since 1997. http://www.royalelectrolysis.com
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