By Lizzie Fong, NBC News Next Big Futures has learned that Laser hair Removal (LHR) is being tested in Canada.
According to the study, the LHR process is more efficient and less painful than traditional hair removal procedures.
Researchers believe the process is being developed for a range of scalp injuries.
LHR, or hair removal with lasers, uses a powerful laser to strip away hair from scalp, which causes irritation, burning and irritation.
The study also looked at the effects of laser hair removal on the scalp.
According the authors, “the LHR procedure was more effective in the removal of facial hair and scalp tissue than scalp removal of hair follicles, which was more painful and more time consuming.”
LHR is currently being tested on patients at Toronto’s Children’s Hospital, and the study is expected to be published in the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery later this year.
The authors are now working to expand their study to a wider population of patients.
The Canadian research is a collaboration between the University of Toronto and the University College London.
LHS has conducted a large-scale trial of the procedure in people over the past two years.
Researchers believe the procedure is more effective and less pain than traditional head and face hair removal, and it also offers a range.
“There are a lot of factors to consider when selecting which procedure to use, but the most important factor is to find a procedure that is safe and effective for the patients,” said Dr. Lisa Burdett, senior medical advisor for LHS.
“This study has demonstrated that LHR can be a safe and safe procedure, and we will continue to work with our partners to make it the best option for everyone who needs to have a scalp treatment.”LHR has been in use since 2011, but is now being tested with more patients.
According, a third of the patients in the LHS study had at least one scalp injury.
The LHS researchers believe the cost of the LHP procedure is currently less than $100.