To achieve smooth, hair-free legs, some women (and men) just rely on shaving, which has several downsides — razor burn, ingrown hairs and the fact that you have to shave frequently. Laser hair removal and other professional treatments have thus become increasingly popular skincare solutions. But the thing about professional
Category: Hair Removal
Let’s face it: having body hair might be natural, but it can also be an annoyance, and even downright embarrassing. You can try and take the professional treatment route to get rid of unwanted hair, but that can be a very expensive option. As an alternative, you can also try
I am typically nitpicky when it comes to buying stuff which meant that I heavily scrutinize everything first like checking all of the features of the product and weighing the pros and cons before I make the decision to buy. So after I compared all FDA-cleared light-based hair removal device
Myth: Light-based permanent hair removal does not work on dark skin. Truth: Advanced laser technology such as Nd:YAG laser can target black hair on patients with dark skin safely and effectively. This is because Nd:YAG laser emits a longer pulse (beam of light) that can penetrate deeper into the skin, therefore, minimizing any
Laser and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) are both light-based hair removal methods which are often mistaken for each other but are in fact two separate technologies. Reputable clinics always use laser machines for treating unwanted hair, as they offer the best and most effective results in achieving long-lasting hair reduction.
There are many home-use light-based hair removal devices available on the market today. In North America, the big brands that provide home IPL hair removal systems are Remington, Tria Beauty, and Silk’n. For those of you in Europe, the choices are Philips and SmoothSkin brands. Not to be left behind,