Want to remove those pesky unwanted hairs from awkward spots? If you’re still painfully tweezing, waxing, threading, or shaving, laser hair removal makes hair removal permanent. Laser hair removal takes all of the pain out of removing unwanted hair, so you can spend your time on activities you actually enjoy.
What are the benefits of this process?
Permanent hair reduction. 90 percent of clients experience permanent hair loss within 6-9 sessions.
What causes abnormal hair growth?
Abnormal hair growth can be caused by heredity, irregular hormone levels, and some medications.
How does laser hair removal work?
Laser hair removal is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures in America. A laser safely beams highly concentrated light into hair follicles, pigment in the follicles then absorb the light, which in turn destroys the follicle leaving the treatment area smooth and hair-free.
Will it be painful?
The majority of clients are able to tolerate this process very well. The laser is pulsed so rapidly, that only a mild stinging sensation is experienced. This procedure does not require any form of medication or anesthesia before or after.
Is laser hair removal permanent?
Theoretically, damage to the hair follicle can remove unwanted hair permanently, but because of the nature of hair and the many factors that influence the growth of hair, the results vary from client to client. The effect of repeated treatments is cumulative, with 90 percent of clients experience permanent hair loss.
Is laser hair removal safe?
As with any medical treatment, use of any laser hair removal system may have some side effects. However, side effects have been minor and manageable. The precise laser parameters used for each laser hair removal system was carefully defined by studying the anatomy of the hair follicle and precisely matching the color of laser light and the pulse duration to the size, depth, and location of the hair follicle. This research has resulted in a safe technique that effectively reduces the risk of scarring and most other complications following treatment.