Laser hair removal is a non-surgical, non-invasive method of removing unwanted hair.
A laser beam travels through the skin and is attracted to the pigment in the hair.
The energy then flows to the hair follicle growth cells to inhibit further hair growth.
The hair removal by laser depends on the principle of selective photothermolysis which is the gradual heating of hair.
When the right wavelength of the laser is applied to the desired treatment area the melanin in the hair
absorbs the laser which converted into thermal energy.
The increases of thermal energy cause the destruction of hair follicles, while the surrounding skin is undamaged.
Some follicles will only be damaged or may regrow, so numerous treatments are required to reduce
or eliminate unwanted hair effectively for a persistent result.