Laser Hair Removal
Are you tired of wasting time waxing or shaving, only to find that your hair grows back too quickly? Laser hair removal is a more successful and permanent way to remove unwanted hair. Laser treatments disrupt the hair growth process, resulting in thinner, slower hair regrowth.
- Long-lasting Results
Common Areas Treated
of Laser Hair Removal
A variety of treatment areas
allows you to tailor your hair removal treatment. People see the most dramatic effects when used to treat the face, neck, arms, legs, and bikini line. Areas with thicker or coarser hair, such as the chest and back, can see a significant thinning of hair, but you may not achieve total hair removal.
about six weeks apart, mean you don’t have to continually pluck, shave, or otherwise remove your hair. Most people will require five to nine treatments to achieve their ideal results. However, you will require less maintenance between treatments than you do with other hair removal methods.
mean you can feel more confident and comfortable with your body. That sudden fear that your legs aren’t smooth enough or that you’ll be late because you need to shave won’t happen anymore. Laser hair removal can give you the peace of mind that other hair removal methods can’t.
Treatment areas should be shaved before each session, but you shouldn’t tweeze, wax, or undergo electrolysis within four weeks of your treatment. Avoid sun exposure, tanning beds, and tanning creams for four weeks before and during your treatment course. Discontinue using exfoliating creams at least three days before your treatment. Please notify your physician of any pre-existing skin conditions, such as cold sores.
You may return to normal activities immediately following your treatment. Redness and mild irritation may last for several days. Clean areas with a fragrance-free cleanser, and apply a topical antibiotic ointment to the treatment area if needed for additional healing. Always apply sunscreen to your treatment area daily and avoid excess sun exposure.