Q & A:
(1) What will happen after hair removal?
Generally, after receiving treatment, there may be some slight redness. This reaction will subside after 1 hour. It will not cause skin damage and will not affect work and normal activities.
(2) Will hair removal affect sweating?
No. The sac and the sweat gland are two independent structures. Hair grows from the hair follicle, and the sweat gland is next to the hair follicle. The process of hair removal is only the destruction of hair follicle cells and will not affect sweat glands or sweating.
(3) Why didn't the hair fall off at that time?
Hair removal is aimed at the dermal papilla and melanocytes in the hair follicle, destroying the dermal papilla and causing it to shrink and become necrotic, and can no longer provide nutrients to the hair, so that fewer and fewer hairs will grow later and the color will become lighter.