Laser Hair Removal Side EffectLaser Hair Removal at Home

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<p> 1. Laser Hair Removal Side EffectLaser Hair Removal at HomeLaser Hair Removal Side Effect on Blonde HairYou must be aware that there are many beautician clinics that rely on older technology; ifthey are somewhat unscrupulous there is a risk that some may advise you against attemptinglaser hair removal on blonde hair claiming that it cannot be successfully performed, in orderto sell you other kinds of services.Effective Treatment on Blonde HairLaser hair removal can be successful and effectual, but it is essential that you are well-informed and that you do your research thoroughly in order to identify the very bestbeautician clinics in your city for your own special situation. People who are pale-skinned anddark-haired are fortunate in that they can be treated at any FDA-authorized laser removalbeautician clinics, but if you are looking to have your blonde hair treated with lasers then youwill need to be choosier.All laser removal systems can temporarily reduce the growth of hairs for all colors exceptcompletely unpigmented hairs (i.e. white hairs). However, with old-style systems, blonde, redor gray haired patients were unlikely to see much difference in terms of permanent reduction- they would need to be treated at about 1-3 month intervals to obtain much benefit.Modern Removal TreatmentsWith modern laser systems, the range and precision of light wavelengths offers many morepossibilities and the more advanced laser clinics will carefully tailor therapy to each patientsindividual situation based on skin color and color of hairs. An example of one of thesesystems is the "Epilight" system.Other options for laser hair removal for blonde hairs include hybrid systems such as the"ELOS" system, which merges laser technology with the use of radio waves.Pigmenting Blonde HairIn addition, there are pre-laser treatments now available which will artificially dye the hairfollicle cells to increase the options and efficacy of laser removal for blonde hairs. "Meladine"is one such pre-laser hair removal treatment. Cleared in 2003 by the FDA to be used inconjunction with laser hair removal on blonde hair, Meladine, which is made from naturally-occurring compounds present in the ink of marine squid, enhances the natural melatonin inhair roots. This enables the lasers used in removal to effectively target blonde hair.Classification of Your Hair and Skin Type for Laser Hair Removal 2. Doctors will classify your skin type based on a system called "The Fitzpatrick Chart", and it isuseful to be aware of this system in preparation for your discussion with a consultant ordoctor.Skin Types on the Fitzpatrick Chart:TYPE I: Very pale and prone to burning, never tans.TYPE II: Very sensitive to sun, often burns, hard to tan.TYPE III: Sensitive to sun, sometimes burns, tans slowly to light brown color.TYPE IV: Not particularly sensitive to sun, rarely burns, tans to moderate brown.TYPE V: Not sensitive to sun, rarely burns, tans well.TYPE VI: Insensitive to sun, never burns, deeply pigmented.Laser hair removal on blonde hair is now a real viable prospect - the key is to be informedand to be willing to do your legwork before choosing a removal clinic.Laser Hair Removal Side Effects, Permanent Hair Removal</p>

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