Thinking About Laser Hair Removal (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)
Unwanted hair is a girl’s worst nightmare. It looks awful and takes a lot of time and attention to get rid of. Then, we have to deal with the aftermath of razor burn, ingrown hairs, redness, and irritation. Wouldn’t it just be better if we didn’t have to do any of these things at all? Well, thanks to laser hair removal, we won’t have to worry about any of these things. This cosmetic service is very common nowadays with MTF transgenders and genetic woman. It can be used on all areas of the body and really works! I’m sure most of you have heard about laser hair removal, but if you haven’t, this article gives you details on how it works, safety, cost, and what to expect.
Benefits of Laser Hair removal
- It’s permanent hair removal
- Quick and easy
- Performed by professionals
- No more bumps and ingrown hairs – EVER
How it works: Laser hair removal is a cosmetic procedure that concentrates light directly onto hair follicles, destroying the hairs. The follicles absorb the light and it essentially damages the hair at the root in the process. The laser’s energy is attracted to the pigment of hair-just like how sunlight is attracted to darker shades of colors. For this reason, laser hair removal work best on those with dark, coarse hair and a fair complexion. However, people with darker complexions can still get great results!
The laser hair removal process does take a while. For lasting results you need to attend at least a couple sessions to guarantee permanent results. However, hair will start to thin after one or two sessions.
Are there any side effects? Does it hurt?
Most people “transgender” say that there is minimal pain involved. The best example I found, was that it feels like a snap of a rubber band directly on the skin. However, compared to waxing and threading the pain is very limited. There are also numbing creams available for more comfort. After the procedure, the area/areas that were treated will feel like a patch of sunburn from a long day at the beach. Cold water, or moisturizer could help this. In rare occasions some blistering may occur, most commonly with people of darker complexions.
People probably think this procedure would break the bank, but surprisingly it is not as costly as other cosmetic procedures. It cost about $235 a session. However, cost varies widely depending on the area you are getting treated, the number of treatments required, the country you are in, and the time required. Most places also offer payment plans as well and free consultation.
I have heard many great reviews about this treatment from friends and family and thought you guys would love to hear more about it. I am sure every MTF transgender or crossdresser has thought about it at one point or another. I know, I am interested in the procedure. If you would like to read more Male to female articles Click, Here! “Travesti”