Manscaping: Laser Hair Removal for Men

The ritual of shaving is a time-honored tradition. Unfortunately, many men find this daily task to be time-consuming, costly and unnecessarily difficult. Some people are even prone to developing painful skin issues such as hair bumps, razor burn, folliculitis and general skin irritation. Manscaping or grooming the body from head to toe with the focus of removing excess facial and bodily hair allows men to feel more confident while preventing a host of uncomfortable issues. This is especially true when manscaping is performed via laser hair removal for men.

The Benefits of Laser Hair Removal for Men

Laser hair removal is performed with the intention of permanently reducing unwanted hair growth. Special lasers are used to target the pigment in each hair follicle, which in turn renders them incapable of sprouting new hair. Men typically require a series of treatments before experiencing a marked decrease in hair growth. These treatments are unlikely to cause problems like follicle infections, hair bumps or issues such as razor burn and cuts. There is no need to drag a sharp razor over the delicate, outer layers of the dermis or invest in costly and uncomfortable waxing or threading services. Best of all, laser hair removal is a relatively pain-free process given that the sensation of having hair removed via lasers is commonly likened to the feeling of being popped by a small rubber band.

How Laser Hair Removal Is Performed

Laser hair removal is a non-invasive, outpatient procedure that is conducted over the course of several office visits. Patients can have hair removed from the face, arms, chest, back, legs, buttocks and any other areas that are covered in unwanted hair. A single visit can last from twenty minutes to one hour, and there is no recovery time. During this procedure, a highly concentrated beam of light is focused on individual hair follicles so that these are effectively destroyed. Men can look forward to moderate decreases in hair and new hair growth after each session. While laser hair removal can serve as a permanent solution to unwanted facial or body hair in some instances, many people may begin to regrow hair in treated areas after several months or years without treatment. Thus, follow-up may be necessary for maintaining optimal results.

How to Know if Laser Hair Removal Is Right for Your

If shaving, waxing, depilatory creams or other hair removal methods have proven too costly, painful or time-consuming, laser hair removal could be the best option for you. These treatments are also ideal for men who frequently develop hair bumps after shaving or suffer from regular follicle infections. This is one of the surest ways to clear up the painful bumps and blisters that these common skin issue cause. Men who use laser hair removal treatments as part of their manscaping routines tend to spend far less time and money on this portion of their grooming efforts than those who do not.

If you are ready to get rid of unwanted facial or body hair, Skin Deep Laser MD can help. Our highly trained staff will work with you create a treatment plan that is right for you. Contact Skin Deep Laser MD today to schedule your consultation.

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