Brazilian Laser Hair Removal | Results, what to expect, after care!

Hey guys! 6 months on from my first laser hair removal video I thought it was time to do an update! I’m chatting about the results I’ve seen from laser hair removal and answering a few questions that I have got from you guys in my messages 🙂 The questions include, would I recommend waxing or laser, what are the results from laser hair removal and also what is the aftercare from laser hair removal.

I hope you enjoy the video and that it’s helpful! Thanks for watching ❤️

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10 replies
  1. Charlie Lorentsen
    Charlie Lorentsen says:

    You hair has growth cycles…

    Anagen (Growing Phase) The growing phase lasts two to seven years and determines the length of our hair.

    Catagen (Transition Phase) This is the transitional stage that lasts about ten days.

    Telogen (Resting Phase) This is the resting phase which lasts around three months.

    Exogen (New Hair Phase)

    So that's why it's patchy. The hair that is really affected by the laser from what I've learned is the hair that is in the growing phase.

    My salon suggest getting it down every 5 weeks. It helps different parts of the hair get into the more effective phase for results. It also helps with keep cost low. I've heard it takes roughly 10-12 sessions to get your body to about 95% hair less. 3-5 treatments will have you nearly or up to 50% decrease.

  2. Jacinta G
    Jacinta G says:

    Just watched both your videos! Thanks so much for sharing your experience! I've just started my laser journey, and had my first session a week ago.

    I was genuinely surprised by how painless it was! Legs/arms/underarms I barely felt. Brazilian had a few sensitive spots, but I suspect those were where the razer was unable to get a super close shave?

    The upfront cost of laser seems high, but if you factor in the time you'll save from having to shave, say, once a month, it's more than worth it! Then, there's the luxury of being able to slip on a dress/lingerie/etc. at a moment's notice without worry!

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