Hair removal and Hair Loss
The growth of coarse unwanted hair (sometimes called "superfluous hair") is considered by some people not only a physical burden but can become a psychological one too if not treated.
From social pressure on young women to have smooth legs and armpits, to competitive bodybuilders who shave most areas of their body, hair removal can be a regular part of their grooming activities.
Well known and widely used temporary methods of hair removal include: Shaving, depilatory creams, tweezing or plucking, waxing and sugaring.
Permanent hair removal has been established as the complete destruction of a hair follicle`s ability to regenerate and grow hair.
The first recorded use of electricity for epilation or hair removal was in 1875. Currently, needle-type electrolysis is the only method which can guarantee permanent hair removal.
2)Laser and IPL Hair Removal
Many different types of Laser and IPL have been developed to remove body hair to a significant degree.
Male pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia) is the commonest cause of hair loss in men. It usually starts in either temple and gradually progresses to the classic bald pate.
1)Hair Loss Drugs
The drugs that are currently medically approved treatments for hair loss are Minoxidil, first discovered in the 1970’s and Propecia which has been used since the 1990’s.
Hair transplantation or hair restoration surgery for hair loss involves the use of small hair grafts, which produce quite natural looking results and are often indistinguishable from normal hair.
3) Laser Hair Loss Therapy
On its own low-level laser hair loss therapy has been shown to be effective in improving hair thickness, but is often combined with proven hair loss drugs for a full hair loss treatment program. Please find the low lever laser hair comb in minzitech home beauty device.
4)Medical Skin Needling
Medical Skin Needling, is aimed at stimulating the body’s own collagen production.