Know when your hair will naturally fall out after medical hair removal. Pulling the hair out on its own is dangerous!


It’s been a week since I had medical hair removal and my beard has grown back and I’m like, “Could it be a hair removal failure? Do you ever feel uneasy about this?
Some people pull out their own beards because of the anxiety of not being able to remove hair.
In this article, we’ll tell you when to remove your beard naturally and the dangers of pulling out your beard for those who have had medical hair removal for the first time.
If you know when your beard will naturally fall out, you won’t have to rush to pull your beard out, and you can remove it backwards from important dates, such as a date with your girlfriend or a class reunion.

Medical hair removal won’t make you lose your beard that day!

Many people think that medical hair removal will make their beard fall out and their skin smooth on the same day. This is because medical hair removal is highly effective and expectations are high. This is probably because medical hair removal is highly effective and expectations are high.
In conclusion, your beard will not fall out the day you have laser hair removal. It will take some time for the beard to fall out, especially after the first hair removal.
After laser hair removal, it will still grow back the same way as before.
Beards (body hair) have a cycle of rebirth called the hair cycle. There are three main hair cycles.


  1. Growth phase: beard growth (70%-80% of the total)
  2. Regressive phase: before the beard falls out.
  3. Dormant phase: pores but no beard
The hair cycle is generally one cycle of 8 to 12 weeks.
Only the growing beard can be removed during the hair cycle.
Laser hair removal reacts to the black color (melanin pigment), so it cannot remove hair while there is no beard, and the beard will grow back once the resting phase is over and the growth phase begins.
Also, beards that have just entered the growth phase have limited hair removal effects. Therefore, even though the percentage of beards in the growing phase is 70% to 80% of the total, only 20 percent of beards are effective in their first epilation % to 30%.
In other words, it is not possible to remove all of your beard on the first visit, and you will need to remove the beard in accordance with your hair cycle to achieve a smooth skin.
As an approximate guide, a person with a thin beard will need to go through 5-10 sessions and a person with a thick beard will need to go through 10-20 sessions.

How many days after medical hair removal will my beard fall out?


Depending on the type of medical hair removal and the individual, the beard will begin to fall out within a week to three weeks after the first treatment.
If you want to keep your beard thin on the big day, it is recommended that you have the procedure done at least a month before that date.
It may look like your beard is still growing after the procedure, but the tissue that makes your beard grow has been destroyed and the beard that was growing is simply being pushed out of the pores.
If you look at a beard that has fallen out naturally, you will see that it has no hair follicles.
If you rub your fingers lightly or wipe your face with a towel, the beard will come off. There is no pain like when it was pulled out with a tweezer.

Why you can’t lose your beard after medical hair removal

There are three main reasons why your beard won’t fall out after medical hair removal.


🔴Because I don’t get a lot of beard removal.
🔴The power of the laser is low.
🔴 Grey hair or hair growth.

I’ll explain why I couldn’t get out of it, one by one.

Cause 1: You don’t get to remove your beard as often as you would like.

The first is the number of beard removal sessions. It varies from person to person, but it takes three to five sessions before you feel your beard thinning with medical hair removal.
There is a difference in feeling depending on the area, the beard under the nose and on the chin is thick and dense, so it will take some time to feel the effect of hair removal.
If this is your first treatment, try a series of treatments for a while.
In the first year, you’ll receive approximately six laser hair removal treatments; click here to see the effects of beard removal after one year. The article is helpful.

Cause 2: Beards won’t fall out because the laser power is too weak.

Secondly, the power output of the laser may be low.
If this is your first medical hair removal procedure, the clinic may reduce the power of the laser to reduce the power of the laser to strain your skin.
This is because a sudden application of a strong laser may cause skin problems such as burns and irritation.
As the number of treatments increases, it is common to gradually increase the intensity of the laser, so it is recommended that you let the clinic know the status of your beard removal at your next treatment.
You’ll find out when you tell the nurse who performs the laser treatment that you need to increase the irradiation level by one. You can take it. If it hurts, you can have it lowered immediately.

Cause 3: You can’t lose your beard because it’s gray or hairy.

The third is a white beard.
As the clinic will explain, laser hair removal cannot be done without the melanin pigments that light reacts to.
Gray hair has no pigment and therefore cannot be removed. If you want to remove a gray beard, you can choose a hair removal machine called Mediostar or needle hair removal.

Pulling your beard out after laser hair removal leads to folliculitis and burrowing hair!


Some people get impatient and pull out their beard with a hair puller if it doesn’t come off immediately after medical hair removal.
However, you should stop plucking immediately, as germs can enter the plucked area and cause folliculitis or burrowing hair.
Folliculitis is one of the skin conditions that causes small, red pimple-like patches of skin to appear, giving the impression of unclean skin to those around you.
There is no point in removing hair to get clean skin if your image of cleanliness is tarnished by folliculitis.
If the symptoms are mild, folliculitis will go away on its own. However, in more severe cases, it can be itchy and painful and the boils can spread.
The reason why plucking your beard can cause folliculitis is because when you pull your beard out, it pulls away the tissue around the beard and allows germs to enter through it.
Additionally, the heat of the laser temporarily impairs the skin’s barrier function, making it more susceptible to bacterial infection.
There is also a risk of burrowing hair when the beard is removed.
Burrowing hair is a condition in which the beard curls up and grows in a circle in the skin. The beard grows in the skin and can cause skin irritation.
The act of plucking out your beard is a hundred times worse. Wait for it to fall out slowly until it falls out naturally.
Click here for more articles on folliculitis and burrowing hair.

Summary of when to lose your medical hair removal beard

Here’s a summary of when to lose your beard after medical hair removal and the risks of removing it.

✓The point of this article

1⃣Medical hair removal won’t make you lose your beard that day.

2⃣You’ll begin to lose it within 1 to 3 weeks of medical hair removal

3⃣The reason why the beard didn’t fall out is because it was less frequent, the laser was weak, or the hair was gray.

4⃣I won’t remove my beard after laser hair removal because it will lead to folliculitis and burrowing hair.

When you shave after laser hair removal, your beard is obviously softer and less stiff. From there, it will slough off over time.
When you rub your beard, the beard falls out in an interesting way, and we hope you will experience the sensation of losing your beard as well.
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