You can conveniently remove the unwanted hair from your body and face with conventional hair removal methods such as threading, waxing, and shaving or by using hair removal creams.
However, these temporary hair removal methods are effective only for very short periods. If you are searching for a permanent solution that could get rid of the unwanted hair from your body forever, you can try a permanent hair removal method.
For permanent hair removal, you can try electrolysis. In this method of hair removal, the hair follicles are destroyed with the help of electricity. Electricity is passed through an extremely thin needle, pierced in the hair follicle. For complete hair removal, you might require multiple sessions. Despite the time consuming nature of the treatment, electrolysis is the safest and most effective permanent hair removal method. The treatment can be slightly painful. If the procedure is not done by an expert, risk of skin damage, infection and incomplete hair removal increases. Although, electrolysis is largely a permanent hair removal treatment, in about 7 to 10 percent cases, hair re-growth can occur after the treatment.
Laser treatment that targets the hair follicles could be used for removal of hair. This hair removal method is cheaper than electrolysis. If you are lucky, unwanted hair will be lost permanently after the laser treatment. However, in most cases, laser hair removal treatments are semi permanent in nature. You might need laser hair removal treatment once or twice every year. Laser hair removal procedure could not work on light colored hair. Side effects of the treatment include pain and irritation of the skin from where hair has been removed. Always visit an expert for the treatment. Proper precautions should be taken to protect the eyes and prevent permanent damage to the skin and underlying tissues.
Although not as effective as the above two hair removal methods, thermolysis could sometimes remove unwanted hair effectively from your skin. In this method, a thin needle in inserted in the hair follicle and energy of high frequency is passed through the needle. This helps to generate heat, which destroys the hair follicles. If done incorrectly, thermolysis could cause permanent skin damage or scarring.