There’s no shortage of hair removal methods on the market today — shaving, waxing, tweezing and depilatory creams are just a few of the options you can choose, but they can often cause troublesome side effects while offering only short-lived results. Luckily, there’s a quicker, easier and longer-lasting way to eliminate body hair: Bare HR laser hair removal, one of the fastest, most powerful hair reduction devices.
Let’s dive into what makes this treatment so unique:
How it works
Bare HR laser hair removal effectively eliminates body hair by targeting active hair follicles in the skin. Once the follicle is treated with laser energy, the pigment in the hair absorbs it as heat energy, which damages the follicle itself, preventing future hair growth and prompting the hair to fall out gradually.
Convenient, quick treatments
Bare HR is the fastest laser hair removal device on the market, and each laser hair removal session is quick and easy. Depending on the area being treated, Bare HR takes only 10 to 30 minutes to complete, so even those of us with the busiest schedules can enjoy hair-free skin.
Results can be seen as early as one to two weeks following your treatment. Optimal improvements typically appear after a series of six to eight treatments spaced four to six weeks apart.
No downtime, little risk for side effects
By delivering brief pulses of energy at the optimal temperature, Bare HR is able to disable hair follicles without affecting the surrounding skin, which means there’s no downtime to worry about. Plus, Bare HR simultaneously delivers three wavelengths during treatment in order to safely treat patients regardless of their hair depth or skin type.
Preparing for your treatment
One of the most important parts of laser hair removal is preparing your hair and skin prior to your appointment. To ensure that you’ll get the best results possible, follow these pre-treatment tips:
● Shave the treatment area no less than 24 hours before your treatment. Laser hair removal works properly when there is still hair in the follicle, and the follicle itself is undamaged. It’s also important that the hair being treated isn’t too long. Shaving is ideal since it removes some, but not all, of your body hair while keeping the follicle intact. Avoid waxing or plucking, as they can damage the hair follicles.
● Keep your skin clean, dry and free of products. Make sure you avoid using any products, such as makeup, lotions, deodorant or oils, on the treatment area in order to ensure a clean canvas that’s ready for laser hair removal. Product residue on the skin can cause adverse reactions and compromise the effectiveness of your treatment.
● Avoid UV rays for two weeks prior to treatment. The melanin present in tanned skin can cause incorrect absorption of laser energy, which may affect your results and involve more treatment sessions to thoroughly treat your body hair. Minimize this risk by avoiding UV radiation from direct sun exposure and tanning beds.