Laser Hair Bleaching and Removal

Laser Hair Bleaching and Removal

Laser hair bleaching is a quick and easy procedure to remove thin body or face hair. Fine hairs can continue to grow even after receiving permanent laser hair removal because the laser has no effect on them. The undesired hair changes during a normal laser bleaching procedure to render it undetectable. There are many advantages to this non-invasive, non-surgical treatment, and there are also very few hazards. Additionally, compared to other conventional hair bleaching procedures, this process is safer.

The Process

The body and facial hair bleaching process has a clear and straightforward mechanism. It functions by bleaching the baby hair shaft’s melanin to render it undetectable.

An average laser hair bleaching session lasts for roughly 15-60 minutes depending on the location. The doctor will bleach the hair in the targeted area of the body or face during the treatment. Following a laser hair bleaching procedure, the hair will change color for roughly two weeks before falling out.

Usually, 6 to 8 weeks later, the fine hair will grow back. They will, nevertheless, have the same hue and feel. The number of sessions needed depends from person to person as well as the hair quality.


  • The hair becomes unnoticeable.
  • The procedure has no discomfort and minor negative effects
  • Short duration of recovery
  • A quick and easy process
  • A non-invasive, non-surgical procedure
  • Does not stimulate the creation of new hair

Precautions Before Procedure

  • Use of bleaching and exfoliating products should be discontinued for three to four days.
  • Any open sores, lesions, or skin infections must not be present in the region being treated.
  • One week before the session, avoid tanning.

Instructions After Procedure

  • Avoid sun exposure for at least 5 days.
  • Put sunscreen on the treated every two hours.
  • Don’t use cosmetics for 48 hours.