We need to take care of our eyes, ears, and skin.
Sun exposure laser hair removal can be a very effective way to do this, but it can also be very damaging to your skin. Sun exposure laser treatments are typically done with a hand-held device that heats the skin up. The skin isn’t just heated, but is actually rendered dead cells that can turn into blood vessels and scar tissue. This can cause problems with your eyes, as well. If these blood vessels and scars leak, you very well could become blind, for example.
As I mentioned before, the main purpose of sun exposure treatment is to reduce the amount of oil that is in our skin. The more sunlight you expose your skin to, the more oil your skin will produce. A recent survey on the subject found that the sun’s effect on the skin is “very limited.” There is a lot of energy in sunlight, but only a small amount of it is absorbed by our skin.
This is what the researchers concluded. A little bit of sun can help us reduce the amount of oil in our skin, and they also found that our skin cells can produce more vitamin A than we think. However, they also concluded that the results are not very large.
This is exactly why we’ve all been asking ourselves “Does the sun have an effect on you?” and “Do you need to get your skin checked at every point in your life?” So it’s no surprise that, with the right tools and knowledge, you can actually get rid of the signs of aging.
And while their analysis showed that the sun does impact the oil production, their paper actually looked at other factors that make you look more younger and healthier. These include vitamin D, which the researchers found is not as strongly linked to the sun. The sun also appears to cause a slight decrease of fat in the skin, which is great for avoiding the kind of skin that is prone to breakouts.
That’s great news for those who prefer to avoid the sun because of the risks associated with sun exposure. The paper also suggests that the sun does have the effect of speeding up the rate of hair growth. As a young man, I would not have thought that the sun’s rays would have this effect. But it does, and it’s something that we can’t really control. Sunscreen is always a good idea, but we have a choice of brands and types.
The only problem with the concept of a sun-shield is that it may actually cause more breakouts than it prevents. The idea that sun-baths would increase the rate of hair growth is also somewhat unsubstantiated. A good sunscreen is the best thing to use, but if you are going to shave a few hours off your day, you dont want to overdo it.
With hair growth, sun exposure is definitely part of the equation. But with laser hair removal, it can actually be the opposite. The laser allows for the precise targeting of the follicles, so your chances of getting perfect hair removal is greatly increased. And your chances of hair growth will also be increased (you can shave in 2-3 days for a week or so, so you really dont need to be shaving for hair growth).
I recommend seeing our very own Dr. Michael S. (not his actual name) for your hair removal needs. He’s the guy who took on a lot of the hair removal cases that we’ve seen in the past, including our own.