Facial Hair Removal
Facial hair although it has become fashionable in men, especially hipsters and millennials, is a nightmare for women. Encountering a mirror somewhere and realize you have a mustache, or hairs on the chin, can be quite a traumatic experience, and the girls who have experienced this situation will know what I mean. Eyebrows, which of course fall within the definition of “facial hair” do not pose a big problem because all we have adapted to pluck generally with tweezers or depilatory wax. But what to do with the rest of facial hair, so persistent and unaesthetic? Well, girls, My Cosmetic Surgery brings a number of tips and procedures for removal of facial hair, because her beauty and wellness interests us. It should be said, first, that the excessive appearance of facial hair can be due to hormonal changes so if you consider the amount of hair on your face is not acceptable, you should see a doctor to rule out any hormonal alteration. If your facial hair is only an aesthetic problem, here you have a number of procedures that you may find useful.
Thread facial Hair Removal
This ancient technique has been popular for some time and can be effective with weak and occasional facial hair. Also commonly used for hair removal of the eyebrows. It is a good technique in the short term but does not prevent the appearance of new hair. It is not a painful technique and can be found in almost all cosmetic centers Miami.
It is one of the most famous depilatory, especially the female mustache or upper lip hair (mustache that we do not like much) techniques. The double standards of this technique is to be done in specialized centers and not on our own, to avoid bad choice of products and irritation in the skin of the face, which is one of the most delicate of our body. This technique, well done, you get excellent results with hair removal. The disadvantages that flow from it are possible irritations and also prevents recurrence of hair.
Facial hair Removal With Pulsed Light or Laser Technology
This technique falls within the so-called “permanent solutions” since not only remove facial hair at the time but slow comeback. Hair removal pulsed light or laser technology weakens the hair follicle directly from the root. It is a treatment that requires several sessions but after a couple of sessions the appearance of the hair is reduced by up to 80 percent. As the sessions progress, less hair will come back. It is ideal for light-skinned people with dark hair technique. Still, laser technology has developed numerous techniques and types so if consultations a professional, no doubt, find a laser that suits your skin. The drawback? It is a little more expensive than previous procedures but, after all, offers more effective long-term results and provides brightness and smoothness to the skin.
This procedure is quite similar to laser hair removal. Also attacks the reappearance of hair removing it from its root. This treatment, although novel, FDA is also certified for use in the United States. This procedure involves introducing a fine needle into the skin to destroy cells that cause hair growth. This technique, as lasers, have different types. We recommend galvanic electrolysis as it can be performed on all skin types. If you choose this procedure or laser hair removal, you should be aware that it is not recommended that you apply makeup or cosmetic product on the treated area within 24 hours. Do not expose the skin to sunlight; Always use a protector.