Winning The War Against Unwanted Hair

09:40' 26-03-2018
Ever since the first laser was built in 1960, people have speculated about its possible use as a “death ray” for military purposes. However, although such death rays are still common in science fiction movies, the laser has never been developed as an effective weapon.

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    Instead, it has found many applications in medicine, film and music technology, and even in beauty treatment. Its ability to focus on very fine targets, such as moles or hair follicles, is superior to the hands of any surgeon.

    This has made the laser a very powerful weapon in the war against unsightly hair. Shaving or waxing are not only difficult, less accurate, and time consuming, they are only temporary solutions to the problem of unwanted hair growth. Zapping hair at the roots with a laser is quick, painless, and truly effective in the long term.

    Laser Clinics Australia claims their hair removal treatment removes hair permanently. This is because the laser directs concentrated light into the hair follicle, inhibiting the hair’s ability to grow without disrupting or damaging the skin’s surface.

    Thanks to an an offer by Laser Clinics Australia, it is also economical if you visit their branches at Cranbourne Shopping Centre or The Glen Shopping Centre in Glen Waverley. At the present time you could have your first treatment for only $9, depending on the treatment you require.

    Their lasers use a wide beam, so multiple hair follicles can be removed at the same time. Two types of laser are used, the Candela GentleLASE Pro, for clients with dark hair and lighter skin, and the GentleYAG Pro for darker skin tones.

    The lasers are specially designed for sensitive skin, so they are safe enough to use on any part of the body. They feature a unique dynamic cooling device that helps to calm, soothe and protect the skin. There may be some mild heat and redness in treated areas, but the use of Skinstitut Laser Aid draws heat out of the skin and keeps the area cool and hydrated.

    You should also avoid shaving, waxing or plucking hair, exfoliation, excessive sweating, swimming or saunas, very hot showers and tight restrictive clothing for 24 hours after treatment. It is advised to avoid exposing the area to direct sunlight after your treatment and always use the Skinstitut Age Defence 50+ to protect the skin and maintain results.

    Laser Clinics recommends 6-10 treatments, but there is no cost for a 15 minute consultation with one of their trained therapists to discuss your particular needs. Prices vary according to how large an area you want treated, from as low as $13 for a nose up to $349 for a woman's full body treatment, or $399 for a man. There is also a “buy now, pay later” option if you spend at least $200.

    To find out more, phone The Glen on 7018 3512, or the Cranbourne Park clinic on 8592 6387, or visit www.laserclinics.com.au for full details of services and locations.

    Meng S

     

     

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