For thousands of years, men and women have wanted to remove unsightly hair from their bodies. It is recorded that in Egyptian times they used tweezers which were made from seashells to remove the hair from their bodies. In modern-day times there are various methods for removing unwanted body hair such as shaving, waxing, plucking, threading, and with a laser. The original laser used to remove hair was invented by Theodore H Maiman in early 1960.
This laser was very inefficient as it could only remove a couple of hair follicles at a time and used to cause some degree of skin damage by burning the skin surface.
Today’s Laser System
That was many years ago, and since then, laser hair removal technology has come a long way, with the latest being the Motif eLos™ Plus Laser hair removal system.
This new technology provides a safe and efficient process for eliminating hair on a very wide variety of skin types, skin tones, and hair tones.
The very high frequency produced by the eLos™ system as well as the system being able to use less power provides a practically pain-free experience compared to other systems on the market today.
The safe and efficient laser hair removal system can be used on any part of the body to remove unwanted hair.
How does laser hair removal work
With standard hair removal lasers, the laser beam, when fired, only damages the hair and hair follicle due to the melanin in the hair which attracts the beam. The laser then heats the hair and hair follicle up to a degree essentially burning it, but without damaging the surrounding skin.
But with the eLos™ Motive system it not only uses laser light technology but also bi-polar radio frequency to help destroy the hair follicle.
In conclusion, with today’s laser technology one can safely have unwanted hair removed from basically any part of the body with little or no discomfort whatsoever, and with around 3 to 7 sessions of laser treatment the hair is no longer going to grow back as the hair follicle is permanently damaged and therefore cannot produce new hair.