Facial hair on men goes in and out of fashion over the years and decades. No Victorian or Edwardian gentleman was complete without his formidable whiskers, while in the 1960s and 1970s ‘respectable’ blokes went clean-shaven, leaving the beard-wearing to rebels and hippies.
For the ladies, however, the time has been more constant. Perhaps one day, the mustache may be considered a stylish accessory for the cutting edge woman-about-town, but until that distant cultural revolution, what options are there for keeping those stray hairs and shadow at bay? For those weary of the traditional route, with its periodic shaving, waxing or bleaching; there is a more permanent way to ensure smooth, hairless skin: laser hair removal. Read more about hair piece Singapore.
How does laser hair removal work?
The treatment works because the lasers used are attracted to the pigment melanin, found overwhelmingly in dark hair. Unfortunately, this does mean that laser hair removal won’t work very well on blonde, grey or white hairs. Energy from the laser hits the hair follicles and deliberately damages the base, reducing its ability to produce those unwanted hairs. You will have to go in for a few treatment sessions, to catch all … Read More