- hirsutism hypertrichosis- Indian hair removal technique
gains popularity in midwest USA (19 Jan. 2006). Threading
is becoming an increasingly popular form of hair removal.
- hirsutism hypertrichosis- paradoxical hypertrichosis after
laser epilation (Jul. 2005). On rare occasions, instead
of removing hair, laser treatments can actually promote hair
growth. This phenomena, known as laser induced hypertrichosis,
is paradoxical effect of laser epilation.
- hirsutism hypertrichosis- laser hair removal for hirsute
women with polycystic ovary syndrome (May. 2005). Facial
hair can lead to anxiety and depression among women with polycystic
ovary syndrome. This study was conducted to verify if laser
hair removal would work for these women and if it would have
a positive psychological effect on them.
- hirsutism hypertrichosis- hair removal with a diode laser
In order to determine the best time interval between laser
for most effective
hair removal, scientists
did a study on three
different groups of patients. By treating patients at the beginning
and end of a 45 day interval, a 60 day interval and a 90 day interval,
scientists were able to determine which period of time would give
the best results for hair removal.
- endocrine evaluation needed for women with even minimal ‘male
type’ hair growth (21 Dec. 2004). Recent study suggests
even limited amounts of male type hair growth in women can
- hirsutism hypertrichosis- hair removal with intense pulsed
light (Aug. 2004). A new method of hair removal, known
as Incoherent Intense Pulsed Light Treatment or IPL, is an
extremely safe and effective means to achieve successful hair
- hirsutism hypertrichosis- cryogen spray cooling in laser
hair removal (Feb. 2004).
People who have
fairly dark skin can find that lasers result in damage to their
skin as well as the follicles. One way to get around this problem
is to use a cryogen cooling spray.
- hirsutism hypertrichosis- intense pulsed light source (IPLS)
treatment for hair removal (Feb. 2004). A new method of
hair removal, known as Incoherent Intense Pulsed Light Treatment
is an extremely safe and
to achieve successful hair removal.
- hirsutism hypertrichosis- laser hair removal in Asian skin
(Mar. 2003). Three studies evaluated the effect and results
of Alexandrite laser hair removal on darker Asian skin types.
- hirsutism hypertrichosis- laser assisted hair removal for
darker skin types (Jun. 2004). Before the advent of new
safety procedures, laser hair removal were not an option
for people with darker skin. Scientists have recently improved
the use of lasers by finding a way to focus the light beam
on the hair shaft and bulb where
the melanin is most rich and minimize the exposure of the surrounding
skin to the laser energy.
- hirsutism hypertrichosis - unwanted hair growth may
soon be under control (25 Nov. 2000). Scientists
suggest a new possibility to stop unwanted hair from growing.
- hirsutism hypertrichosis - Bristol-Myers says women's
facial hair cream cleared (1 Aug. 2000). Vaniqa hair
growth inhibiting cream cleared for sale.