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How does laser actually feel on the Brazilian area?

Laser hair removal is the best option for all of the body, but especially best for those who want their Brazilian maintenance time to drastically drop.
Laser hair removal for the Brazilian benefits both men and women when it comes to ingrown hairs, razor burns, and also helps with making the hair thinner and more maintainable. While the laser process is quick and simple, the client will want to shave the night before because this will exfoliate the first layer of skin off. This can cause a slight irritation but make you more sensitive to the laser. It will also allow the laser to penetrate fully into the skin and cause a microincineration to the bulb destroying it beyond repair. As your treatment progresses, your hair will become finer and more sparse.

You can choose to treat the full Brazilian or select areas to help reduce ingrown hairs and prevent hyper pigmentation.

However, not everyone is an ideal candidate for laser hair removal. You hair cannot be a vellus blonde, true red or grey. The ideal candidate will have dark hair & light skin, as long as your hair is significantly darker than your skin tone, you will see good results.

The sensation of the laser varies greatly from person to person. There are a number of different factors that affect how laser feels; hair color, hair density, skin type and pain threshold all influence how treatment will feel for each individual. The sensation of laser does decrease after each session as hair growth is becoming finer and lighter after each treatment.

Laser feels like a series of small hot pulses of energy over the skin, with a puff of air. When the laser session begins the first few pulses may feel a little sharp but over the duration of your session they do get easier to manage. This is because your body becomes accustomed to the feeling over time. The more treatments you have the more the heat sensation will decrease as a finer, lighter hair will absorb less energy than a thicker, darker one. Throughout your session it is important that you feel comfortable, if you are feeling too much heat from the laser it is important that you let your therapist know so that the laser can be adjusted for you

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