Laser Hair Removal | Bikini BEFORE & AFTER
We’re going to talk about the before and after results of laser hair removal for the bikini area in this blog. Caroline Hooper, a trained laser specialist, is my name.
So, if you’re thinking about getting laser hair removal on your bikini area, check out this blog, because I’ll be covering everything you need to know about getting laser hair removal on your bikini, including what to expect during treatment and what to expect as a result.
Have you ever had laser hair removal on your bikini area, and if so, what were the results of your procedure? Please let me know in the comments section below.
Is Laser Hair Removal Popularly Done On The Bikini Region?
The bikini area is a popular choice for laser hair removal since it’s a pain to maintain and shave or wax, and even after you shave, you’re left with a shadow because the hair on this area is typically the thickest hair on the body.
It can be hormonally driven in some situations, resulting in ingrown hairs and irritations on the area after shaving or waxing. If there are ingrown hairs, we won’t be shaving or waxing to get rid of them.
What To Expect Before/After Laser Hair Removal On Bikini Area
Because of these two factors, laser hair removal will be one of the most popular ways of hair removal because the area will have a long-term result. As a result, what you can expect before and after treatments differs slightly from what you can expect after shaving or waxing.
The first is that you’ll see visible effects after a course of treatment if the hair is successfully treated on each treatment, and the best way to effectively treat the hair is to capture them in an active growth stage.
Based on my experience at all three of our clinics, the most common feedback we get from clients is that they’ve seen the most benefit from laser hair removal since they now have clear skin that looks and feels like newborn skin. It’s not so much that they don’t have hair anymore as it is that the skin in the area appears to be flawless.
Because of how we remove the hair totally and make it seem like it never was in the region at all when you have laser hair removal therapy, you’re completely erasing that shadow that still stays after having the area shaved, and the area very much looks like baby skin.
Although you will need to shave the area and undertake a course of treatments in which you will also need to shave the area in between treatments, you will notice that after the first treatment, your shaving frequency will be greatly reduced.
Because you can move from daily shaving to weekly shaving after only one treatment, depending on how much hair is in an active stage of growth on that first treatment, and the hairs do not come back as quickly after a few treatments because they’ve been impacted by the laser.
The laser will severely harm them if they are in the second stage of growth, therefore the thick course of hair here is now grown again extremely finely and infrequently. It’s not particularly obvious when it’s on the area in between treatments, and it gets less and less noticeable as your treatments progress.
How Many Treatments Are Required To Remove All Hair?
The number of treatments required to completely eliminate all hair is entirely dependent on the individual receiving treatment. If the hair in that place is hormonally driven, PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) may be a component that contributes to you needing more treatments than if you don’t have a hormonal problem pushing the hormones in that location to produce more hair.
According to industry guidelines, a course of treatment should last six weeks on average. This isn’t always the case, though. It is determined by your hair cycle. Furthermore, the color of your hair, the thickness of your hair, your cultural origin, and your skin type all play a role.
As a result, a variety of factors will influence how many treatments you’ll need to finish your treatment. However, for good results or to avoid having to undertake any further treatments, you should aim for a reduction of up to 90% on the affected area.
When you’ve had results that are over 90%, you’ll want to stretch your treatments out and check in every three to four months to see whether there are any hairs on the area.
And even if there is, it will just be a few hairs. You will never have the same number of hairs as you did before you started your laser hair removal therapy. As a result, the long-term outcomes that you can achieve after undergoing a series of laser hair removal treatments can be extremely beneficial.
Are Laser Hair Removal Treatments Worth The Money and Time?
Yes, having laser hair removal done on the bikini area saves a lot of time and money in the long run, as the shadows, irritation from shaved ingrown hairs, and so on are all pretty well eliminated.
In general, there are numerous advantages to having laser hair removal treatments conducted, and if the treatment is completed correctly, you will see a long-term, steady reduction in hair growth in the treated area.
What I always recommend is that you go to a specialist for your laser hair removal treatments, because if you do, you’ll be treated with the most up-to-date equipment available.
You’ll save a lot of time by not having to drive to and from clinics for treatments, and you’ll save money in the long run because you’ll be having fewer treatments. This is due to the fact that each of your treatments will be more effective.
It will provide you with a lot of information on the various bikini types and your options. Thank you for reading, and I hope this blog was helpful.