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Phototricholysis Or Laser Hair Removal Techniques

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Laser hair removal also known as phototricholysis (medical term) is a technique to get rid of unwanted hair from body and face. It s a light-based hair removal technique also known as photoepilation which is used to remove hair with a hand-held device using light between two points in the same phase in consecutive cycles of wave. The device generate heat to damage the hair follicle or the excess hair can damage mechanically too.

These days laser hair removal technique has become the most popular technique to remove excess hair from any part of the body. Lasers expel the hair from the skin by absorbing melanin (dark pigment) from the shaft of the follicle with the help of low-energy wavelength. This procedure is not so much painful. A feeling of warm pinprick against the skin will be felt. There will be a slight redness and little swelling around the skin of hair follicle and it will disappear within few seconds.

This treatment need to be repeated to remove the hair permanently. It reduce the growth of hair and finally stop the hair to grow. There are multiple types of lasers used to remove the hair. Laser hair removal devices introduced at the initial stage of this technique were alexandrite, diode, and ruby. The most common method used for laser hair removal is intense pulsed light (IPL). Another famous method of laser is longer wavelength (NdYAG) lasers that is capable to cure darker skin types including the skin of Negro people.

Benefits of Laser Hair Removal

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Laser hair removal or phototricholysis is very beneficial to get rid of unwanted hair. It is reported to be safe procedure with small amount of side effects. The side effects like slight pain and redness, swelling and inflammation around the area of hair follicle which may last for one or two days. Some people reported to have an experience of long-lasting or permanent reduction in hair growth.

A patient may need to have multiple treatments to get rid of unwanted hair depending on the color of skin and type of hair to allow hair reduction for long time. Minimum of seven treatments are mandatory. After getting first treatment, a patient may need to wait for four to eight weeks for next treatment, but again it depends on the area of hair which has been treated.

There are multiple parameters to get the treatment including the type of skin color, hair color, and cause of hirsutism. It is very easy to treat coarse hair on blonde or lighter skin but it is very difficult to treat hair on darker skin. Laser hair removal technique does not work effectively on blonde-colored hair, gray hair, and red hair. For hair on darker skin, the Nd:YAG laser device is more effective when the procedure is done by an experienced physician.

Laser hair removal or phototricholysis is an effective treatment for the disease like pseudofolliculitis barbae, also known as "ingrown hair" and also for "shaving bumps". This treatment has also reported to be very beneficial for pilonidal cysts (denoting the presence of hair in a dermoid cyst or in a sinus opening on the skin) that may cause problems in this congenital malformation.

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