Not many people know that if it were not for Civil War General Ambrose Everett Burnside, the sideburns laser hair removal procedure may be called an entirely different name today.  Essentially, sideburns were named after the Union Army general who eventually became a politician from Rhode Island.  Apparently, his distinguishing characteristic was the growth of burly muttonchops that connected to his handlebar moustache.  Originally called as burnsides, the syllables eventually became switched over time.

There are also a number of personalities, who have been identified with sideburns like Alexander the Great, Elvis Presley, and Kevin Jonas for the younger generation.  There are also some religions that use sideburns as a measurement of respect.  Regardless of the appeal, it is safe to say that this type of facial hair is not for every man, or woman for that matter.  Yes, even women can benefit from sideburns laser hair removal treatments for men.

There are of course varying reasons why people would want to have their sideburns removed.  One thing is for sure though, the sideburns laser hair removal treatment is completely effective resulting in long-term success.  It should be pointed out though that the treatment is not based on a complete removal for your entire life, but needs follow up treatments after about six years.  The initial treatment would also involve around six sessions to destroy existing follicles.

The multiple treatments for sideburns need to be spaced about six weeks apart.  This ensures that remaining hair growth can be dealt with accordingly.  The treatments are most effective when dealing with dark black or brown colored hair while it is in its active growth state.  This is important because sideburns as well as any type of hairs can only be treated when they are actively growing and close to the skin surface.

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