The hair on the body is normal, some people will have more hair because of the more endocrine. Somebody diseases can also cause more hair when using drugs such as hormones. For some women who love beauty, this is very unacceptable, and someone will use some hair removal methods and products to remove hair. So what harm does hair removal cause to the body? Let’s talk about it today. In short, I think hair removal has the following effects:
- Depilation may cause skin irritation. The principle of hair removal is to destroy the hair follicle with a laser. People with sensitive skin will cause skin discomfort when using laser hair removal, causing skin sensitivity and other symptoms.
- Hair removal can easily lead to dry skin. After the hair follicles are destroyed, the skin on the body will begin to dehydrate and peel off, which is caused by dry skin.
- Hair removal is likely to leave a slight erythema on the skin due to burns. Laser light waves used for hair removal can burn the skin, and some skin-sensitive people will have redness after depilation.
- If the hair follicles are not completely destroyed during the process of hair removal, the pores of the body may be clogged after depilation.
The hazards of permanent depilation:
- Slight tingling
Permanent hair removal may cause the patient to feel a slight tingling, this is because the principle of permanent hair removal relies on the conversion of light into heat, relying on heat to damage the hair follicles, the nerve endings that feel pain happen to be distributed in the epidermis and hair follicles. Therefore, in general, you will feel a slight tingling sensation.
Women who do permanent hair removal may cause hyperpigmentation. There are two reasons for this: one is that after permanent hair removal, the hair removal site doesn’t use sun care. In addition, the sunscreen care before and after surgery is not in place, and excessive ultraviolet radiation causes pigmentation; the second is because the operator does not operate properly when permanently removing hair, causing the damage of pigmentation caused by skin burns.
- Cause blisters
After permanent hair removal, some women have the danger of blisters. This is mainly because the entry threshold for permanent hair removal is relatively low, and many life beauty shops secretly carry out permanent hair removal. Operators in these institutions do not understand the indications and parameter settings for permanent hair removal, blisters caused by excessive energy during treatment. Slight blisters can disappear on their own, and severe blisters can trigger infection and leave the scars.
- Mild erythema
If you do permanent hair removal in a beauty salon, it is very likely that the skin will leave a slight erythema due to burns. This is mainly due to the operator’s unfamiliarity with the energy parameter settings and the hazards caused by the operating methods. Don’t worry too much about this. You can avoid this kind of harm by choosing a regular hair removal hospital before permanently removing hair.
How to avoid the danger of permanent hair removal?
- Choose a formal institution and a professional doctor
After reading the above disadvantages of permanent hair removal, what women most want to know is how to avoid the danger of permanent hair removal. In fact, if you want to avoid harm, you should find a formal institution and a professional doctor. Because from the overall point of view, the current hair removal technology has been relatively mature, as long as you follow the formal operation, there are usually no serious disadvantages. Therefore, the choice of formal institutions and doctors can most effectively avoid the harm of permanent hair removal.
- Choose a suitable hair removal device
In addition to hair removal mechanisms, doctors are also a particularly important part of permanent hair removal safety. Professional doctors are more familiar with the energy settings of permanent hair removal instruments, the wavelength of energy required for the patient’s hair growth is also clear. Only professional doctors who have such rich experience and knowledge can increase the safety of permanent hair removal and avoid the danger of permanent hair removal.
Of course, we knew about the disadvantages of hair removal. Some women can’t help but ask: Since there are so many harms, why are there so many people doing hair removal? Is there no benefit in hair removal?
Does hair removal in the privacy department have any effect on the body?
Traditional psychology, as well as consideration of hygiene, or worrying about the denser hair in the privacy department, they do not dare to shave the pubic hair.
However, experts pointed out that the removal of pubic hair can make the genitals look fresher and more hygienic, which will reduce the chance of female genital tract infection, such as fungal vulvitis, vaginitis, vaginal trichomoniasis, vaginosis, and sexually transmitted diseases. Many people believe that protective pubic hair is absolutely unremovable. In this regard, experts pointed out that female pubic hair is a symbol of female sexual function. However, in the summer, women with more pubic hair don’t have to worry. Appropriate shaving of pubic hair can protect women’s health. The method of removing pubic hair is now applied with ointment, laser depilation, local hair follicle destruction. It is best to use a physical method that uses a special tool to scrape off the pubic hair.
Does depilation affect the detoxification of the lymphatic system?
Lymphatic belongs to the human immune system and is the “sentinel” circulating in the lymphatic vessels. It can filter and fight against foreign invading viruses and bacteria. It can also be understood as a “detoxification” function that is passed down by word of mouth. However, external use and massage will not affect the lymph.
Lymphocytes are mostly at rest when the body is normal, the only way to be activated is to be stimulated by the corresponding antigen. Therefore, shaving the hair will not affect lymphatic drainage.
Does hair removal affect the perspiration of sweat glands?
Hair follicles and sweat glands are separate tissues. Hair grows from the hair follicles, while sweat glands are next to the hair follicles. The two are not the same thing. Hair removal mainly acts on the hair in the hair follicle, does not destroy the sweat glands, and does not affect the perspiration of sweat glands.