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Laser Hair Removal

The hair on our heads is our crowning glory, but what do we do if hair is also growing in some areas of our bodies that we don’t want? Of course, there are the usual solutions such as shaving, tweezing, and waxing. These methods are often easy to do, but may cause discomfort, and have some side effects, for example:

Shaving can cause your hair to become thicker, and make your skin look course and uneven.

Tweezing can irritate the skin where you plucked the hair, not to mention that it’s slow and painful.

Waxing may be faster, but it is painful and can also cause skin irritations that are embarrassing.

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3 Reasons why Laser Hair Removal Is Better

Precision

Laser hair removal can target the biggest parts of the body down to the smallest and hard parts to target- like the hairs between your eyebrows. Its precision is so good, it can even remove hairs from very small parts of your body without harming any of the surrounding areas.

Speed

Laser hair removal can target the biggest parts of the body down to the smallest and hard parts to target- like the hairs between your eyebrows. Its precision is so good, it can even remove hairs from very small parts of your body without harming any of the surrounding areas.

Laser Results

The results are permanent, so you don’t have to come back to the clinic for maintenance and follow up procedures. On average, a person can permanently lose their unwanted hairs with just four sessions of laser hair removal.

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Hair Treatment Results

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to Prepare

You will be instructed to not shave or remove any hair 6 weeks prior to your session, so it will be long by the time you have your appointment. However, the practitioner will trim the hair, so it will be just a few millimeters long and be ready for the laser. Before the actual procedure, you will also be given eye protection to wear, and, if you have any other questions or concerns, the practitioner will be happy to answer them for you.

What to Expect

You will not be given anesthesia before the procedure, because the laser is not invasive, so it’s not necessary. However, a numbing cream will be applied to the area that will be treated, just so you won’t feel any discomfort. Other than that, the treatment is quick and easy, and it’ll be over before you know it.