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Laser Hair Removal Vs. Electrolysis

If you want to get rid of unwanted hair, you’ve probably tried many methods, such as shaving, hair removal products and waxes. While you may have found these methods effective in removing unwanted hair, you might realize that you want something more permanent. Laser hair removal and electrolysis are two ways you can get long-term or permanent hair removal results. However, what’s the difference between these two hair removal treatments new york ny? Laser hair removal uses mild radiation through high-heat lasers. The process of electrolysis works by inserting an epilator device into the skin. But which method is more effective?

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Electrolysis Is More Permanent

By delivering shortwave radio frequencies to hair follicles, electrolysis can stop new hair from growing. This is because it damages your hair follicles, which prevents growth and causes existing hairs to fall out. Electrolysis is backed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), unlike laser hair removal. This is because it produces more permanent results. it’s also an extremely versatile method, meaning that it inhibits new hair growth for all skin and hair types. Electrolysis can also be used anywhere on the body, including the eyebrows.

Electrolysis Doesn’t Require Maintenance

You need multiple sessions to achieve results with electrolysis as you would with laser treatments. This is especially true if you’re having the procedure done on a large area like your back or an area with thicker hair growth, like the pubic region. However, once all the hair is gone, you won’t need any more treatments, which means no maintenance is required with electrolysis.

When deciding between electrolysis and laser hair removal, think of the type of results you want to achieve. If you’re okay with getting regular treatment, then laser removal may be the choice for you. But you might choose electrolysis if you want something more permanent.

Facial skin care

I’m a low maintenance person when it comes to skin care. I rarely use cosmetics and skin care products so when I received this gift certificates from hubby I got so excited and immediately book an appointment. Each GC is worth more than ₱3,000 so I guess I would be getting more or extensive facial skin care than the services offered by the less expensive clinics. By the way, the GCs are not actually free but will be deducted from hubby’s retirement pay. Pending on the availability of a weekend slot, N, K, and I hope to visit the clinic before the end of the month or early next month just before N’s graduation day.

Tips for a healthy skin

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  1. Drink at least 8 glasses of water every day.
  2. Cut some beet root into small pieces and grind them. Squeeze juice from beet root and massage to your face for 5 minutes. Shower after 10 minutes with mild soap or gram flour.
  3. Mix sandalwood powder with rose water and add 4 to 5 drops of milk in it and apply on to your face and body. Shower after 15 minutes with warm water.
  4. Mix honey in water and drink daily in the morning to keep your skin shiny and smooth.
  5. Warm honey and mix with lemon juice and apply on to face. Wash after it dry.
  6. Mix Turmeric, sandal powder and olive oil and apply to body. Shower after 10 minutes.
  7. Massage your skin with milk. Milk has moisturizer, it will keep your skin smooth.
  8. Use humidifiers and keep room temperature moderate to keep your skin away from dryness.
  9. Hot water blushes your skin and you don’t feel fresh unless you have bath with little cold water. If you have shower for a longtime, dead skin will be automatically be removed. Do not rub with towel, be gentle on your skin.
  10. Take food which contains more A and C vitamin.
  11. Grate carrot and boil. Massage that mixture to body to get fair and smooth skin.
  12. For natural bleaching: – mix milk and lemon juice. The milk will break as soon as you mix the lemon juice in it. Use that mixture to massage on your body. It works as natural bleaching.
  13. Mix turmeric and cream on the top of milk, massage that mixture to body.
  14. If you go into sun your skin will lost the fair ness. To get your skin color to normal take equal quantities of cucumber juice and tomato juice and apply on to skin. Shower after 10 minutes.
  15. Massage mustard oil to your skin for 5 minutes and have shower with gram flour or mild soap.
  16. Mix cream on the top of milk and all-purpose flour and apply that paste on to your skin avoid eyes, eyebrows and lips. Shower after 5 minutes. This will make skin smooth.
  17. Mix curds (yogurt) with wheat flour and apply to your skin and take shower after 5 minutes.
  18. Grind rose petals and mix with cream on the top of milk and apply to your body. Shower after 10 minutes.
  19. Scaly skin is a result of fluorine deficiency. Fluorine is the anti-resistant element of the human body, the absence of which creates problems in the blood and spleen. Since cooking and heating foods destroys fluorine, it is better to eat uncooked raw fruits and vegetables. Other foods rich in fluorine are goat milk and cheese, rye flour, avocados, sea plants and cabbage, cream whey and cottage cheese.
  20. Wrinkle skin is a result of Sodium deficiency and makes skin sticky. Cucumbers are ideal for combating and preventing sodium deficiency because they are not only high in sodium, but also help in keeping the body cool, a great summers treat.
  21. Skin rashes are the result of silicon deficiency. To avoid pus and rashes, eat plenty of sprouts, alfalfa, barley, tomatoes, spinach, strawberries and figs.
  22. Skin eruptions are the result of Chlorophyll. And are found in wheat grass and other green leafy vegetables.

This is a repost. I found this article here.