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Will laser hair removal affect sweating?

It is the dream of many women to remove excess hair and reproduce smooth and delicate skin, but will sweating be affected after hair removal? Will it become a piece of dead meat? In fact, this is just a misunderstanding. Sweat glands and hair follicles are independent.

Many beauty seekers who are prone to sweating are afraid that laser hair removal will affect sweating. In fact, this fear is unnecessary. Let’s listen to what Beijing hair removal experts say.

Photon hair removal generally has no side effects, but it should be noted that this technology is a high-tech and expensive technology. The success of treatment depends on whether the equipment used is qualified. In addition, because there is no melanin pigment in the hair follicles not in the growth period, it is impossible to inhibit the growth of all hair follicles at one time; Laser treatment will damage the skin pigment and form spots; If more laser pulses are used or the energy is higher, scars may be left on the skin; After treatment, there will be red fever. The skin may harden within two or three days, and perhaps there will be traces of treatment left on the skin. Depilation will not affect perspiration, because perspiration mainly depends on small sweat glands, and the opening of small sweat glands is not in the hair follicle.

Hair follicles and sweat glands are two independent tissues. Hair grows from hair follicles, while sweat glands are next to hair follicles. The two are not the same thing. Permanent depilation is to destroy hair follicles so that hair no longer grows. It does not destroy sweat glands, so it has no effect on sweating. In life, people often say that sweating from sweat pores. In fact, this is just a customary saying, not scientific.

In addition, many people who want to do laser hair removal have a misunderstanding that summer is the most suitable season for laser hair removal. In fact, winter and autumn are the most suitable seasons for laser hair removal. The first reason is that after laser hair removal, local inflammation such as redness and swelling may occur, and sweating in summer is easy to cause infection. Second, the sun is strong in summer, which is easy to lead to pigmentation at the surgical site. Third, laser surgery generally needs to be done 3-5 times. This is because hair growth also has a dormant period. For example, the long-term growth period of leg hair is 4 months, but the dormant period can reach 6 months. The general hair removal treatment is ineffective for the hair follicles in the dormant period. The parts with many hair follicles in the dormant period can’t be removed until the coarse hair grows out. Therefore, hair removal needs many times of treatment to have a satisfactory effect.

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