For the longest time, I’ve been wanting to free myself from the hassles of shaving which resulted to having chicken skin. This problem really affected my confidence a lot. I’ve seen so many ads about clinics everywhere promising great results, yet still, I’ve been very hesitant to try it due to my lack of knowledge and because I didn’t want to invest in a brand which I didn’t trust.
This year, since I promised to love and pamper myself more, I’ve decided to finally take action and really look for a reliable skin professional so I can finally get rid of this long time problem of mine.
Since I got introduced to Flawless through its iSkin program which I found soooooo amazing, I became and instant fan! When I heard that Flawless is equipped with the most advanced technology for effective hair removal, it didn’t take me too long to decide.
I only finished my 2nd session now and I can already say that the results so far are very satisfying. Hair growth has greatly reduced and my chicken skin already lessened. I’m sure that after a few more sessions, I’ll be seeing better results!
All I can say for now is that, I’m confident that Flawless will surely deliver the results I need. It really pays to partner-up with a trusted brand.
If you are also planning to get rid of underarm hair effectively and would like to know more about facts, here’s a very helpful article written by my friend from Flawless….
If you’re considering of getting laser hair removal, consider that it’s not always beneficial. Depending on a number of factors, there are times when the procedure can cause more harm than good (with you ending up with burns, hyperpigmentation, and even increased hair growth as worst case scenarios). So why is laser hair removal such a big hit, especially among celebrities?
Laser hair removal isn’t all bad. In fact, the procedure is known for bringing great results—with most people experiencing long-lasting hair removal or even permanent hair reduction even on large areas like the back or legs. According to Dr. Evelyn San Luis, a Flawless Skin Professional, “When done properly, laser hair removal is a very effective and safe way to rid yourself of unwanted hair.” Another advantage of the treatment is that it is also significantly less painful compared to other hair removal methods like electrolysis.
In this article, we give you a run down of things you need to ask clinics offering the service to make sure that you get the best out of the treatment.
Who is performing the service?
Hair removal lasers are not point-and-shoot cameras. It’s a technology that can deliver great results when done right but can also cause disasters in the hands of an inexperienced aesthetician. According to Dr. San Luis, before undergoing the procedure, make sure the person who will be performing the treatment knows what he is doing. Ideally, a duly-licensed medical doctor should perform the treatment.
What lasers do you use for hair removal?
Dr. San Luis says, “Knowing what technology clinics are using is perhaps the most crucial thing you need to know before signing up for the treatment.” IPL Machines, which is what most clinics today use, are not lasers. They don’t have the proper power or light waves to efficiently “kill” follicles. For best results, clinic personnel should be able to assure you that they are using genuine laser technology. In addition they should also be able to articulate why a particular laser is the best match for you. Considered as the gold standard in laser hair removal, Light Sheer, as it is called, is a machine that has a patented chill tip that protects the skin from thermal damage. A great feature of this machine is it significantly reduces the pain often associated with hair removal while permanently depleting
What can laser hair removal realistically do for you?
Lasers can effectively and permanently kill darkly pigmented hair follicles on virtually any area of the body. “Dark and hoarse hair respond best to the treatment for the sole reason that lasers can’t detect blonde, white, and some shades of red hair well enough to kill them, so for those hair types, laser likely isn’t the best option,” Dr. San Luis explains.
How many sessions will I need?
Dr. San Luis says, “The number of sessions an individual will need will vary depending on a number of factors, but the general standard is a minimum of six sessions.” She further explains that certain areas might require more, such as the upper lip or chin.
“Not many people know this, but the number of laser hair sessions we need is affected by our hair’s growth cycles. Our hair growth has three cycles and the stage at which lasers are most effective in killing them is the “anagen” or active growth phase. In addition, not all of your hair is in the same phase at the same time. So as it cycles through the phases you come in for another treatment to tackle another active cycle. Maybe now about 85% of your hair is growing, 10% is about to grow, and 5% is shedding off,” she adds.
A brand that has built its reputation as the country’s preferred clinic for face, body and medical services, Flawless is one of the few aesthetic establishments in Asia that offers patients the revolutionary and industry-leading gold standard laser diode technology—Light Sheer. Powered of Skin Professionals, the company requires that only resident doctors are allowed to carry out laser hair treatments.
by: Jose Joel Quizon IV
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