*Laser Hair Removal*
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*Laser Hair Reduction, Or Also Called Laser Hair Removal *
(pricing may vary by treatment area)
What is laser hair reduction?
Laser hair removal or reduction is the process of removing unwanted hair from virtually any part of your body. Unlike waxing, shaving, or electrolysis, you get more permanent reduction with each treatment. Six to even ten or more treatments can be generally needed for optimal results. Professional laser hair removal provides permanent hair reduction, according to the FDA, because it offers long term stable reduction in the number of hairs re-growing after a treatment regimen. Treatments may vary from person to person and may not be 100% sucessful for every person.
Pre-Treatment Guidelines for Laser Treatments:
Please avoid prolonged sun exposure, tanning beds, and tanning creams for approximately 48 hours prior to any laser treatment and refrain from using these products throughout the course of the remaining treatments.
Do not wax or tweeze the area for at least 4 weeks prior to your scheduled treatment. Please shave the area to be treated prior to the day of the appointment (approximately 12-24 hours prior) to ensure a clean, hairless surface. Thick, overlaying hair, if not shaved, will absorb the laser energy and superficial burns can occur. Please do not apply deodorant on the day of your appointment.
- Please note: once the decision has been made to begin laser hair removal treatments, please do not tweeze, wax, or use hair removal creams in between treatments. If absolutely necessary, you may only shave the area to be treated.
- Please wait 2 weeks before/after injectable or filler procedures in treatment area.
- Patients with a history of herpes simplex in the treatment area should take preventative medication (such as Zovirax) prior to treatment.
- There may be some discomfort or pain associated with the treatment.
- Gradual recovery of the dermatological condition may take a few months
- There is a small risk or adverse reactions, such as changes in the texture and pigmentation of the skin, which are usually transient.