Brazilian Laser Hair Removal and IPL Laser Hair Removal

What is Brazilian Laser Hair Removal?

Since ages, removal of pubic hair has always been a choice of women. This has become more of a necessity, when the bathing suits have reduced more in size. In addition, removal of pubic hair throughout the years has been more sought because of the changes in lingerie styles. Nowadays, models often wear narrow garments in the front and back of the bikini region.

Brazilian laser hair removal provides a treatment method to remove all or most of the pubic hair from the pubic region.

Difference between a regular Brazilian and Full Brazilian

Brazilian can give you different hair removal styles to remove almost all pubic hair from the pubic region. For example, in the process of hair removal, the some hair can be left to form a stripe, triangle or any custom design.

A full Brazilian gets all the hair removed from the pubic region.

Brazilian with custom design: All hair removed but leaving your design
Brazilian with stripe: All hair removed but stripe of hair is left.
Brazilian with triangle: All hair removed but hair in the shape of triangle is left.
Full Brazilian: All hair removed completely from the entire pubic region.

Why Brazilian laser hair removal?

The result of Brazilian laser hair removal is permanent. You do not have to spend time and money repeatedly for temporary solutions like waxing. After the hair is removed, it gives the person a 'clean' feeling, as if it was never there before. You do not have to worry about having ingrown hair or bikini bumps, and like the fresh, smooth feeling throughout.

Brazilian laser hair removal is a much better alternative for shaving to remove the unwanted hair.

How Brazilian laser hair removal system works?

It works by focusing using lasers light beams over the hair follicles that destroys the hair pigments. Shots of lasers are applied over the pubic region. The laser beam does not damage the surrounding skin of the hair, and targets only the coarse, dark hair.

Risk associated with Brazilian laser hair removal

In general Brazilian laser hair removal is safe for men and women, but as it is a medical procedure, and it also carries risk of complications, especially if done nu an unqualified person. For example, selecting the wrong skin type may result in burning of the skin as light skin and dark skin require different settings by the machine. It also requires a lot of experience to handle a Brazilian laser hair removal device or machine.

Cost of Brazilian laser hair removal

It usually takes six to eight treatments to see permanent hair reduction. The cost of Brazilian laser hair removal for each treatment session may cost about $750. In contrast, underarm hair removal cost about $750 for each treatment, and legs (toes to pubic region) costs about $2,500 for each treatment session.

Usage of numbing cream with Brazilian laser hair removal

Numbing cream may be applied before the procedure. It is used to minimize the pain associated with the treatment procedure. Before the procedure, the cream must be thoroughly removed.

Does it hurt?

Most people feel the pain tolerable. It feels as if being poked with a sewing needle over and over, but it is way less painful as a tattoo.

What is intense pulsed light (IPL) epilator?

IPL is used to perform various skin treatments including hair removal and photo-rejuvenation by beauty studios and medical practitioners, technically without using laser. While laser treatment uses laser-generated coherent, monochromatic light, IPL makes use of a broad spectrum light source, with a general spectral range of 515 to 1200 nanometers.

Intense pulsed light (IPL) epilators makes use of full spectrum light emitted by xenon flash lamps. This process is often incorrectly referred as "laser hair removal".

IPL offers some advantages over laser, in terms of shot (pulse) duration. An IPL based system would generate pulse-widths of up to 250ms useful to target larger diameter, while lasers output sequence of short pulses to simulate a longer pulse. It makes may IPL based systems to be more successful in removing hair and blood vessels compared to than many lasers.

Clinical use of IPL systems have been used effectively in the treatment of venous and capillary malformations, cavernous hemangiomas, facial and leg telangiectasias, and poikiloderma of Civatte.

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