As these hair follicles are typically pulled out from their roots during a bikini wax, it is a common practice among women to get rid of pubic hair. However, some women find the procedure to be too painful to bear. As a result of the bikini area’s extreme sensitivity, extra care must be taken before waxing that specific area. When done improperly, it has been reported to pose a health risk, and if done on someone with a compromised immune system, it poses a risk of infection. Additionally, using this technique results in ingrown hairs and red bumps, which would appear after shaving.
There is a less painful method that most women are willing to pay for if you are not willing to undergo such a painful procedure: laser hair removal. Due to its efficiency in destroying targeted cells, laser is frequently used in surgical procedures. In this instance, targeted cells that are able to produce melanin, the dark pigment in our skin, are destroyed using pulsed light. Laser beams are thus able to focus on hair follicles that are in the growth phase. Remember that this specific treatment only benefits people with dark skin.
After completing the full 4-6 course treatment, people can only experience permanent hair removal. Before enrolling in any of these treatments, which are provided by board-certified dermatologists or licensed technicians, start doing your research if you’re serious about getting your pubic hair removed permanently.