With appropriate treatment, from 60 percent to 95 percent of children regrow all of their hair within one year.
Permanent hair removal means that the hair follicle is destroyed and no new hair can regrow.
Try not to pluck gray strands, because the scalp is not as resilient and the strands may not regrow, resulting in thinner, uneven hair.As hair loses moisture, it also becomes thinner and limper, with greater possibility of hair loss.
Eyebrows can be damaged easily, and eventually, shaping may no longer be necessary as continually plucked and stressed follicles cease growing hair (even after a first treatment, it may take up to two months for the hair to regrow).
Many consumers may assume that six weeks is an average length of time before the hair will regrow, but the simple addition of "up to" demonstrates that it is the maximum length of time.