Both men and women who have hair in areas that they wish to remove permanently can benefit from laser hair removal. The lighter your skin, and the darker and coarser the hair, the better.
How do I prepare for treatment?
Before laser hair removal, it is best to shave completely two days prior to your appointment. Refrain from plucking or waxing the area for six weeks before treatment, and limit sun exposure for at least two weeks.
What can I expect after treatment?
After treatment, you may experience mild redness, swelling, and warmth similar to a sunburn. These side effects can be managed with an ice pack or anti-inflammatory cream (we have both – just ask!).
No sweating, steam room, or sauna for the two days following treatment. Stay out of the sun for at least a week. Over the course of the next several weeks, hair will begin to fall out.
Does it hurt?
Laser treatment can be uncomfortable to those with a low pain tolerance (we have stress balls!).
How many treatments do I need?
Six to eight treatment sessions are recommended for optimal results, although some people may need more.
Where can I receive the treatment?
The most common areas are the face, arms, underarms, legs, and bikini.
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We can’t wait to help you rid yourself of unwanted body hair. Before your scheduled appointment, take a look at the tips and information to the left.
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