What is Laser Hair Bleaching?
Laser Hair Bleaching is a short and simple treatment to dye thin and fine body or facial hairs. Fine hairs can keep growing even after a permanent laser hair removal treatment because the laser does not affect such hairs. In a typical Laser Bleaching treatment, the unwanted hair color changes to make them invisible. This treatment is non-surgical and non-invasive with plenty of benefits and no significant risks. Moreover, this technique is safer than different traditional methods for hair bleaching.
Table of Contents
- 1 What is Laser Hair Bleaching?
- 2 How does laser hair bleaching work?
- 3 Machines Used For Laser Hair Bleaching
- 4 Benefits Of Laser Hair Bleaching
- 5 Results Of Treatment
- 6 Laser Hair Bleaching Before and After Treatment
- 7 Cost of Laser Hair Bleaching
- 8 Laser Hair Bleaching FAQs
- 9 Schedule Your Appointment
How does laser hair bleaching work?
The mechanism of the body and facial hair bleaching is simple and easy to understand. It works by targeting the melanin in the baby hair shaft and bleaching it to make it invisible.
Typically, a laser hair bleaching treatment takes about 15 minutes to complete. During the procedure, the practitioner will bleach the hair on the target area on the face or body. After the laser hair bleaching treatment, the hair will change color for about 2 weeks and then fall off.
Usually, the fine hair will reappear after 6-8 weeks. However, they will be the same in texture and color. So, candidates need a follow-up session to keep the unwanted fine hair invisible. However, the number of sessions depends on the candidate’s hair quality and the number of unwanted hair.
Machines Used For Laser Hair Bleaching
At Euromed Clinic Center, we use the Spectra Laser for laser bleaching treatment.
Some features of Spectra Laser are as follows:
- Multiple Laser Modes
- Multiple Handpieces and 4 Wavelengths
- Uniform Beam Profile
- Programmable Memory Buttons
Benefits Of Laser Hair Bleaching
Laser hair bleaching treatment offers several benefits for the face and body, including the following:
- Laser hair bleaching is a non-surgical and non-invasive procedure.
- The procedure does not take long to complete.
- It removes unwanted baby hair that cannot be removed with laser hair removal.
- The procedure does not cause severe pain or discomfort.
- It is a safe treatment that works for all skin types, including darker skin tones.
- This procedure is safe for the entire body except for the eye area.
- It does not take long to deliver natural-looking and long-lasting results.
Results Of Treatment
Laser hair bleaching is a short procedure that can be labeled as a lunch-hour treatment performed on an outpatient basis. Most candidates can return to their daily activities immediately after the procedure. The results are instant, natural-looking, and long-lasting. Candidates should remember the results of laser hair bleaching are not permanent, and they will need follow-up sessions after the treated hair falls off.
Laser Hair Bleaching Before and After Treatment
Cost of Laser Hair Bleaching
The price of laser hair bleaching treatment depends on several variable factors and varies for each individual. Some common cost-determining factors include the following:
- Size of the body or facial area to be covered
- Tools and techniques used
- Laser machine used
- Number of laser treatment sessions
- Geographic location of the treatment facility
- Qualification and experience in the profession
Although Euromed Clinic Center offers laser hair bleaching treatment at a reasonable cost, the exact cost can be determined after the initial consultation. So, schedule an appointment to find out the exact treatment price in your case.
Laser Hair Bleaching FAQs
How long does facial hair bleaching last?
The results of facial hair bleaching are long-lasting, but they don’t last forever. On average, the new hair will start growing 4-6 weeks after the existing ones fall out. Most experts suggest regular follow-up sessions after the first treatment to maintain the treatment effects.
Who is the candidate for laser hair bleaching?
The ideal candidate for laser hair bleaching is someone who has fine hair on the face or body. This treatment is suitable for those who underwent laser hair removal but still have leftover hair. While this treatment suits light and dark hair, it works better on darker hair.
What is post-treatment care?
After the treatment, your practitioner will provide some aftercare instruction to help you achieve optimum results. You will be required to keep the treated area safe from direct sunlight. You must apply sunscreen to keep safe against the harmful UV rays whenever going out. You should also avoid sunbathes, tanning beds, and artificial tanning. If you have unwanted hair regrowing, only use the shaving method to get rid of them.
Are there any side effects of the treatment?
Generally, laser hair bleaching is a non-surgical and non-invasive treatment. So, it does not have any severe side effects. However, some candidates may experience minimal downtime after the procedure. They may experience redness, swelling, bruising, hyperpigmentation, or skin discoloration. Moreover, a skin infection may also occur in severe cases.
Schedule Your Appointment
If you have undergone laser hair removal but still have fine hair showing, you should consider laser hair bleaching treatment. To learn more about the treatment, please get in touch with our experts. You can schedule an appointment by filling out the consultation form or giving us a call.
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