You know what? Laser hair removal can also treat body odor

Axillary osmidrosis is a common big sweat gland disease among young people. It is an unpleasant smell emanating from the armpits, similar to the special smell emanating from the fox, commonly known as body odor. Apocrine glands are only distributed in the armpit, umbilical fossa and perineum, and the glands open in the hair follicle. The secretion of apocrine glands is affected by gonads. In summer, people sweat more, their clothes are thin, and the smell is more obvious. Many men make the people around them unwilling to approach and avoid from afar, causing a lot of embarrassment and distress.

In fact, the sweat of many patients has no odor, but it contains substances that are easy to be decomposed by bacteria. Due to the warm and humid axillary skin and difficult ventilation, a large number of bacteria often breed. When the sweat of large sweat glands is excreted to the skin surface and decomposed by these bacteria, it will emit an unpleasant odor.

Doctor’s recommendation: it is a better scheme to treat axillary osmidrosis by laser removal of axillary hair. Skin beauty experts found that a certain wave band of laser can destroy hair follicles and remove body hair, while gradually eliminating axillary odor, and will hardly bring trauma. It has the advantages of simple operation, fast recovery, no scars and high safety.

The principle of laser hair removal is “selective thermokinetics”, that is, the selected laser wavelength only acts on melanin, not on normal skin tissue; Select the pulse width of the laser to only act on the melanin in the hair follicle, but not on the melanin in the basal layer of the skin. In this way, the energy of the laser is enough to destroy the hair follicle and large sweat gland, so as to achieve the purpose of treatment without affecting perspiration. At the same time, the biggest feature of laser is that it can permanently remove the excess body hair in all parts of the body, so as to avoid the embarrassment of body hair exposure when you wear shorts in the scorching summer.

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