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Laser Hair Loss Sessions How often should I take?

Postby aradralami » Sun Mar 17, 2019 11:21 pm

Removing unwanted hair

The method of removing laser hair loss is quick, but not a quick process, so that it can be used all over the world, despite the fact that it is rapidly becoming commonplace among people, and many people have turned it over to eliminate excess hair. It takes time to remove excess hair in one area. To get the most outcomes from this treatment, people need to complete 5 to 10 sessions of lasers, and each session should be within 10 weeks of their appointment. This is due to the nature of the body and the process of hair growth that directly affects the use of laser to remove excess hair.
We will continue to address the problem of how this process works.


Human hair growth cycle

To find out what the process of eliminating excess hair by using a laser, you first need to know what the cycle of growth of hair in your body is. Deep inside your skin, there are holes or small apertures in which hair follicles are present. Hair follicles are actually hair roots, and hair grows within them. Each hair follicle has three different phases of growth during its growth process, each of which can range from several days to several months or years. This depends entirely on the location of the hair follicle and the type of hair loss. Below are the various phases that the hair follicles undergo during their growth process.


• Growth Phase: The growth phase, also known as Anagen, is the phase of hair follicles activity. Excessive hair may stay in this phase from a few days to several months. In each period, from 15 to 20 percent of the body's hair is in the growth phase. These hair that is in the growth phase, or so-called active, are the same hair that the laser targets and destroys them.
Transition Phase: The transition phase, the scientific name of which is Catagen, is the time when hair growth stops and the hair shifts from active to passive phase transition. In this period, the follicles are smaller than the active state and are separated from their nutritional resources, which provide the necessary material for growth. During this period, the inclining of the hair extensions on the skin due to the growth of hair loss disappears, and the skin surface in the area of ​​the pores is smooth and without bulging. Excessive hair may stay in this situation for a few days to several weeks.
• Resting phase: The resting phase, which is the name of the Telogen, is the time it takes for follicles to retrieve their powers and rebuild food stores to resume their activity. In this period, after follicles absorb the food they need, they begin to grow again, and the hair-growth bumps appear again on the skin, and reddened hair appears again on the skin. After this period, the hair returns to the active phase or anagene and resumes its growth.


Laser Hair Removal How Hair Loses? (Laser Hair Removal How It Works)

During the process of laser hair removal, an experienced technician with a degree and official license will use a laser device on your skin. The Laser Apparatus Laser Opens the Laser Enhancement and Concentration to remove excess hair follicles in your skin. These concentrated light rays turn into heat and are absorbed by the hair follicles that are in the phase of activity. This process is known as photothermoysis. When the hair follicles absorb the heat of the laser beam, they become inactive, and in fact, this causes follicles to lose their ability to radiate new hair. In short periods of time, when the follicles absorb the concentrated rays of the laser, the hair becomes redundant and can never be resurfaced.


In the growth stage of the hair growth cycle, the color of the hair follicles within the follicles is at its highest, which makes it possible to absorb as much as possible the laser rays. These hair follicles are capable of absorbing a large portion of the heat and energy of the laser rays, which disables their growth. Since the color of the seeds in the follicles of the hair in other phases of the growth cycle is not as long as they are in the phase of activity or growth, so the hair that is in other phases is as effective as the hair in the phase of activity No laser radiation. Therefore, laser radiation can only eliminate hair follicles that are in the growth phase. In each period of time, only one third or less of the hair is in the growth phase. That's why every person needs several laser sessions to eliminate all of her hair's excessive hair.


Planning time for laser hair removal sessions

Because all body hair is not destroyed by a laser session, and several laser sessions are needed to remove all hair follicles from the laser beam and to be permanently inactivated, so you need to schedule the timing Carefully and accurately hold your laser sessions. Depending on the size of the area and the type of body hair, most people need 5 to 10 sessions of laser

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