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 WHY WE AVOID HITTING BLOND HAIRS/FLURES WITH ALEXANDRITE LASER:

o When keratin hairs (or fuzz) undergo a session with the Alexandrite hair removal laser, it is possible for some of the hairs to grow back thinner and lighter in color than before the session. This phenomenon is known as "hair regeneration" (vellus regrowth).


o Hair regrowth can occur because the laser may not completely destroy the hair follicles that are responsible for producing these hairs.

While the laser can thin these follicles and temporarily reduce the thickness of these hairs, they may retain their ability to produce new fine hairs over time.< /p>


o It is important to note that regrowth of specific hairs is not a ubiquitous effect and the degree of regrowth may vary from person to person. Factors such as a person's hair type, skin type, and hormonal influences can affect the likelihood of hair regrowth.


o In addition, the response to the laser session can be affected by individual factors, so' it is important to have realistic expectations of the results. Consultation with qualified laser experts will allow for an individualized evaluation and discussion of possible outcomes based on each individual's unique characteristics. After all, hair removal itself guarantees that a very large percentage of black hard hair is transformed during the sessions into softer, colorless, fine hair from the very first sessions (provided that the client belongs to the phototype which is necessary).


o While the Alexandrite laser can provide long-term hair reduction for many people, it cannot guarantee the complete permanent removal of all of horn hairs.

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