Laser Hair Removal

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Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses a specific wavelength of light to remove unwanted hair. The light penetrates to different depths in the skin, targeting more than one area of hair follicles in the treatment session while avoiding damage to the skin. A device will be used to accurately gauge your skin type and level of pigmentation that will give you outstanding results. Laser hair removal can be performed on many areas of the face and body and requires no downtime. If you are tired of wasting your time shaving, waxing, or tweezing to remove bothersome hair, then laser hair removal may be an option to consider.

How does it work?

Before laser hair removal a consultation will be scheduled with a provider to determine if this is the right option of treatment for you. Your medical history including skin disorders or scarring will be reviewed.

How do I prepare?

Before laser hair removal a consultation will be scheduled with a provider to determine if this is the right option of treatment for you. Your medical history including skin disorders or scarring will be reviewed. The risks, benefits, and what should be expected after treatment will be discussed. Photos of before and after treatment will be taken. At the consultation, a treatment plan will be discussed along with related costs.

How long does it take?

The recommended number of treatments is between 5-7, depending upon the area in order to achieve the greatest results. The treatment sessions should be between 30-45 minutes over a 6-12-week period. The treatments will be scheduled every

What should I expect after treatment?

After the treatment, you may notice some redness and minimum swelling for the first couple of hours. Sun exposure should be avoided to the area after treatment, which includes tanning beds.