Factors that Determines the Duration the Hair will Take after a Laser Hair Removal The following are some of the factors that would determine how long the hair will take to grow back after a laser hair removal:
Growth phase the hair was in when the laser hair removal was conducted: If the laser hair removal was carried out during the anagen phase, the hair will only grow longer after a laser hair removal instead of diminishing.
If on the other hand the laser hair removal was carried out during the telogen phase, the hair will take very long to grow back as the blood supply would have been cut off. This means the hair will have to renew itself before it can grow back again.
Season in which the laser hair removal is carried out: For instance, if the laser hair removal was carried out to remove the beards, the hair will grow back faster between winter and summer. If the treatment was carried out between summer and winter, the beards will take longer to grow back.
Genetic factors: some people will have their hair growing back much faster than others owing to their genetic factors. You may, however, find out that a person you have a laser treatment with at the same time will have the hair re-growth at a different time.
The fact that your hair will grow back much faster does not mean that the laser hair removal was unsuccessful. It could be that it was carried out in the wrong phase or that your genes make the hair grow back faster. You can talk to your esthetician so that you carry out the laser hair removal during the face that it will be possible to have every blood supply cut off from the hair so that it will take longer to grow back. An esthetician who knows how the hair growth cycle goes on is the best person to carry out a laser hair removal treatment.