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Permanent Hair Removal - Different Methods for Permanent Hair Removal

For the purposes of hair removal, the hairfacts definition of "permanent" is being able to go a year after your final hair removal treatment without having to use another method of hair removal. Keep in mind that a year might not be long enough to determine true permanence, but most consumers would be happy to have one treatment a year.

The only method of clinically proven permanent hair removal is electrolysis. Some lasers and flash lamps have been able to achieve permanent hair reduction.

If you're seeking permanent hair removal, you have several imperfect options. A number of methods have been developed that use chemicals, energy of varying types, or a combination to target the areas that regulate hair growth. Permanently destroying these areas while sparing surrounding tissue is a difficult challenge.

Methods of Permanent Hair Removal:-

These includes the following mathods of hair removal as:-

  • Electrolysis hair removal:- Save money with easy, convenient home electrolysis hair removal treatments. Home electrolysis offers permanent hair removal without the embarrassment, hassle or expense of salon treatments.
  • Laser hair removal:- The laser emits an invisible light which penetrates the skin without damaging it; it is then absorbed by the pigments of the pilous follicle. The laser light selectively absorbed by the follicle damages its functions and impairs its ability to fabricate hair. At the level of the pilous follicle, the laser light absorbed by the pigments is then transformed into heat which damages the hair but not the surrounding skin.
  • Prescription oral medications.
  • Prescription topical preparation.
  • X-ray.
  • Photodynamic therapy.
  • Hair growth inhibitors - An easy and painless way to eliminate unwanted body hair. Hair inhibitors are the most effective alternative to expensive laser treatments and electrolysis.
  • Hair removal creams:- Hair removal creams dissolve hair at the skin's surface. Hair removal creams are inexpensive, fast, and usually painless. Creams can be applied easily at home.

Kalo is a true permanent hair removal solution. Kalo does not need to be used for the rest of your life. In fact you don't even need to use Kalo every day. Just apply the soothing lotion or spray after your regular hair removal method whether that is electrolysis, waxing tweezing, laser hair removal etc. Kalo is applied three times the day of the hair removal and three times the next day. Kalo is effective in reducing or eliminating ingrown hairs and shaving bumps. 

The most Common areas to Remove Hair from are:

  • Facial Hair - upper lip, eyebrows, chin, sideburns.
  • Leg Hair.
  • Under Arm Hair.
  • Back Hair.
  • Chest Hair.
  • Pubic Hair/Bikini Line.
  • Ear Hair.