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(Roanoke, VA) Individuals invest a great deal of money in laser hair removal. In fact, the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery reports more than 633,000 laser hair removal procedures were carried out in 2014, a 27 percent increase over the previous year. Both men and women opt for this solution when they want permanent hair removal, yet many individuals find they cannot afford the cost. Statistic Brain reports the typical procedure requires four treatments for permanent removal, and each procedure runs, on average, $273.25. Another option many people overlook is home laser hair removal, as there are numerous machines on the market today that are designed for this purpose.
“Home laser hair removal ( is a viable option for individuals looking for permanent hair removal without the expense of having a professional handle the procedure. Machines have come a long way since they were first introduced and consumers now have more choices than ever before. Beyond Talk functions to help individuals find the right product for their needs, whether it be a home laser hair removal machine, hyperpigmentation products or massager devices,” Diana Bradley, the chief editor of Beyond Talk, explains.
Beyond Talk named the Remington ILight Ultra the most cost-effective home laser hair removal machine. This machine handles areas like the entire leg, back and chest with ease, yet is gentle enough for use on the face. Furthermore, the device does not have to be charged with each use and can handle two hour sessions with no issue. This machine is an improvement over its predecessor, the Remington iLight Pro, as it only requires four flashes per square inch of skin treated. Furthermore, the quartz found in this machine delivers 65,000 flashes before it must be replaced, much better than the 1,500 flashes delivered by regular cartridge systems.
“However, not every individual will find the Remington iLight Ultra is right for them, as laser hair removal is dependent on numerous factors. For this reason, Beyond Talk provides information on the top ten machines in this category, including the Iluminage Touch which appears to be ideal for those with dark skin tones. Individuals with darker skin typically cannot use laser hair removal systems, but that is no longer the case, and Beyond Talk is happy to share this information with readers,” Bradley continues.
Other individuals aren’t concerned about hair removal, as they are dealing with the issue of hair loss ( Statistic Brain reports 56 million Americans, both men and women, struggle with this common condition, with 70 percent of men experiencing noticeable hair loss by the age of 80 and 80 percent of women experiencing noticeable hair loss by the age of 60. Many products are offered today to combat hair loss, with men preferring products containing minoxidil, such as Rogaine. There are numerous other ones available, however, and Beyond Talk offers information on a variety of hair loss treatments.
“Beyond Talk covers everything from shampoos to hair transplantation surgery. What works for one individual may not be appropriate for another, thus we don’t want to overlook any treatment option. We are here to help all individuals, regardless of what they are experiencing, and will continue to do so in any way we can,” Bradley states.
About Beyond Talk:
Diana Bradley serves as the chief editor of the Beyond Talk Website. Raised in a family of lawyers, Ms. Bradley opted to follow her own path in life. When Beyond Talk was founded, the sole focus of the site was environmental activism, mainly promoting affirmative political action against climate change. This remains a challenging global issue that world leaders must address, however, Beyond Talk has expanded to cover a host of other social, business and health issues, with the goal being to become a premier online publication, one dedicated to distilling fact from fiction, true to the site’s slogan of Busting Myths, Uncovering Truths. The site is working to grow a larger team of domain experts in each of the key areas to be covered, and readers should expect to see more interesting and insightful articles in the future.
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