Male Laser Hair Removal is now commonly used by today’s Man.
Male Laser hair removal has grown in popularity over the past few years, now all men, from all ages & backgrounds are appreciating the benefits that male laser hair removal offers them
Men have been using our male laser hair removal treatments successfully for years now, most males are using our laser hair removal treatments to get rid of the likes of back hair and chest hair. Our laser hair removal therapist is always at hand to answer any questions that you may have.
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Unwanted Male hair can very difficult to remove using traditional methods such as shaving or waxing and was normally an ongoing battle that most men would find frustrating & time consuming, now though there is a simple solution for men both young & old, simply contact one of our male laser hair removal consultants and receive the very best in male laser hair removal therapy in Dublin
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Male Laser Hair Removal
Male Laser Hair Removal works by selectively heating the target (the hair) while preserving the surrounding tissue. Permanent hair reduction is achieved by using heat to disable the hair follicle and therefore over time preventing regrowth. Usually a series of treatments are carried out for optimal long term benefits, the number of treatments required depends on the Male skin type and the hair growth. A patch test will be needed prior to the commencement of treatment. Prices start at €90 and vary depending on the area being treated. Our Male Laser Hair Removal qualified therapists will explain the process in full detail with you during the consultation, which is free of charge.
Male Laser Hair Removal has been around since the mid 1990’s and has been proven to be an effective permanent reduction of hair growth on treated areas.
How does Male Laser Hair Removal work?
Laser light works by Selective Photothermolysis, which means that it targets dark objects. Light is absorbed by dark objects so with laser energy the dark object that it targets when treating hair is the melanin in the hair.
Melanin is considered the primary chromophore (target) for all hair removal lasers currently on the market. Melanin occurs naturally in the skin (it gives skin and hair its color). There are two types of melanin in hair: eumelanin (which gives hair brown or black color) and pheomelanin (which gives hair blonde or red color). Because of the selective absorption of laser light, only black or brown hair can be treated. If you have blond, grey or red hair laser will not be successful. Pale skin with black hair will see the best results, however there are lasers that can treat dark hair on dark skin successfully. The darker and coarser the Male hair the quicker the result, underarm hair tends to respond the quickest for this reason. Areas that are commonly treated are upper lip, face, neck, chest, back, stomach, underarm, forearms and legs.
How Long Does it Take?
Treatment time varies depending on the area to be treated a typical male hand could take 20- 25 minutes whereas a full back can take over an hour. The frequency of the visits depends on a number of different issues, your therapist will advise you as to how often you will need to attend. Frequency of visits can vary from 3-6 weeks apart. The amount of treatments will also depend on a number of different issues such as the size of the area, the colour of the hair and the coarseness of the hair. With facial hair the cause of the excess growth is also a consideration. People on certain medication are susceptible to an increase in hair growth, which can have a bearing on the treatment.
How many Male Laser Hair Removal treatments will I need?
On average most Men will need an initial course of 4-12 treatments followed up by occasional maintenance treatments.
Are there any risks with Male Laser Hair Removal?
There are some risks involved with laser treatment namely hypo pigmentation or hyper pigmentation, this means you can loose pigment in the skin or gain pigment like a freckle mark. This is not a frequent occurrence but can happen on occasion. In rare instances blistering may occur. More likely there can be slight swelling and redness after the treatment, which will calm down within a number of hours. It is also important not to expose yourself to the sun for two weeks before or two weeks after the treatment. It is recommended that a sunscreen is used daily while having treatment.
What are the Advantages of Having Male Laser Hair Removal over Electrolysis?
One of the main benefits to having laser hair removal as opposed to Electrolysis is that you can clear large areas of growth such as the legs in a much quicker time frame. When the laser hits the skin most men will experience a pinching or stinging sensation, some would describe it like an elastic band hitting your skin. No local anesthesia or pain medication is required; however, some people may prefer the use of a topical anesthetic for more sensitive areas. It is important to have a consultation before you begin treatment to assess the area to be treated, a patch test is also necessary and this can be done on the same day as the consultation.
Male Laser Hair Removal Cost:
Costing varies, why not book in for a free male laser hair removal consultation today & we would be more than happy to provide you with a price.