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Best 10 Laser Hair Removal in KL and Selangor, Malaysia 2020: Price, Reviews and Clinics

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If you are looking for the best permanent laser hair removal clinics in Malaysia, we've got the reviews and cost covered in this post.

For a layman, you might get confused over the wide range of prices and methods available in beauty salons and aesthetic clinics. Since there are many popular methods of hair removal in Malaysia, we will cover the pros and cons so that you will understand the differences between the various methods of hair removal.

Types and Methods of Hair Removal

1. Laser Hair Removal

Pros: 
The advantage of laser hair removal is that it is a speedier process compared to electrolysis. Small areas such as above the upper lip could take a minute or so while larger areas such as the underarms could take 10 minutes.results are betterless sessions required.Cons: 
Laser hair removal is more expensive than IPL.
2. IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is not a laser. IPL machines produce a broad spectrum of light wavelengths.

Pros:
Cheaper than laser method.Widel…

Top 10 Non Surgical Cosmetic Procedures 2019 and 2020 Aesthetics Watch List

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SEATTLE - RealSelf, the leading resource to research cosmetic treatments and connect with doctors, reveals the fastest-growing cosmetic treatments of 2019 and industry predictions for 2020 in its new 2019 Aesthetics Trend Report. According to the report, interest in revision and corrective procedures is increasing, with one nonsurgical and four surgical treatments ranking among the year's fastest-growing treatments. The cosmetic treatment with the highest year-over-year growth is the nonsurgical muscle toning treatment Emsculpt, which saw an increase of 450% compared to 2018. The 2019 Aesthetics Trend Report is based on traffic from consumers in the United States who researched cosmetic treatments on RealSelf.com between January 1, 2019, and October 31, 2019.



On the Rise: Revision, Removal and Corrective Treatments

One of the most notable trends from this year's report is the prevalence of treatments meant to correct or revise previous cosmetic surgeries. Hyaluronidase, an inje…

Pico Laser Malaysia 2019: Cost and Reviews

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If you are looking to find the best aesthetic clinic for your Pico Laser procedure, you may wish to check out the cost and related reviews from customers who 'have been there, done that'.



“Pico Laser” is a recent buzzword in aesthetic medicine, so it's no surprise that Pico Lasers in Malaysia are one of the most popular treatment nowadays.

What is Pico Laser?
Pico laser is a type of laser technology, not a brand of laser. The “Pico” in “PicoLasers” refers to Picosecond, which is one trillionth of a second.
It is an improved technology from traditional Q-switched Lasers which fire laser beams in the nanosecond (billionth of a second) duration.

Picosecond lasers are approximately ten times faster than nanosecond Q-switched lasers.

Please note that there are other types of lasers other than pico laser such as Fotona laser, Q-switch, Spectra laser, Fractional CO2 laser etc. Do ask your doctor which type of laser she will be using.


Picosecond Lasers are used to remove difficult…

Aesthetic Medicine 101: Introduction to LASER, Laser Types and Indications 2019

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This is part of our Aesthetics 101 series. Due to the advancement in laser technology, it is now possible to significantly improve aged and sun-damaged skin, scars, hair, tattoo as well as various skin pigmentation with just a couple of skin laser sessions.



Introduction: What are lasers?

The term "laser" originated as an acronym for "Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation".

Since its invention in 1960, laser system we have today are ever more sophisticated.

There’s an endless world of options with lasers these days. Fraxel (Fractional), Pico lasers, Q Switch lasers, Long Pulse lasers, Quasi Long Pulse laser, CO2 lasers, Erbium lasers, Ablative, non-ablative, fractional and non-fractional and more than we could even list here without boring you to death. But do they work? How do they work? There’s a thousand questions around them to ask… so let’s get started!

In order to reduce the confusion, we need to categorize the laser types so that if you know whic…