Only the roots of hair that are in the active growth stage at the time of irradiation are affected. As a rule, in this condition is 20-30% of hair. Therefore, repeated procedures are required at intervals of several weeks to act on those follicles that were initially in a “dormant” state and avoided the damaging effects of laser radiation. Thus, for several successive procedures, you can achieve a radical reduction in the number of unwanted hair.
After 5-6 laser treatments with an interval of about a month, 60-80 percent of hair growth is observed, and the residual hair becomes thinner and lighter. The darker the hair, the more effective the laser hair removal. Blond hair requires additional procedures. It is also important that laser hair removal does not lead to hair thickening, the growth of darker hair and does not provoke the acceleration of their growth. And for 1-2 procedures, you will get rid of the problem of “ingrown hair.”