Problem description: Some time ago, my body hair was in a state of a lot of hair. I used a laser method to remove the underhair. Do I still need a laser when my hair is not growing?
Question date:2021-06-13
Patient information:Age: 25 Gender: Female
No need for hair to grow. Laser, under normal circumstances, it is necessary to do a good job in the prevention of local infection and inflammation. The high-energy heat generated during laser conditioning has a certain destructive effect on one’s own hair follicles. After the hair follicle is destroyed, the growth of body hair will be inhibited, and most breastfeeding requires multiple laser operations. During laser hair removal, your own skin and mucous membranes may be accompanied by redness and swelling. It is necessary to prevent local pathogens and infections. Most of them need to keep the local dry and hygienic and avoid prolonged exposure to hot flashes, otherwise the possibility of inflammation will increase.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection