Brazilian bikini laser hair removal removes the hair on and around the pubic region. Laser hair removal is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the United States. The process beams highly concentrated light into hair follicles to destroy the hair and make it fall out.
Laser hair removal targets unwanted hairs while leaving the skin around it unharmed. It is an alternative to constant shaving and waxing. Ninety percent of laser hair removal patients report permanent hair loss after undergoing treatment; however, it can take three to five sessions to achieve these results. It can also be expensive, with the need to have skilled professionals administer the treatment. The cost varies depending on the size of the area being treated, the number of sessions and the medical professional performing the procedure.
Potential risks of the procedure are blisters, redness, swelling and scarring. While permanent scarring is rare, it has been reported. To prepare for laser hair removal, a patient should refrain from waxing or plucking the hairs for six weeks before the first treatment. Sun exposure should also be avoided for six weeks before starting and after ending treatments. After the procedure, use of ice packs and moisturizers helps with redness and swelling.