Laser Hair Removal

Frequently Asked Questions

Description:

Laser Hair Removal carefully targets melanin (color) of the hair inside the follicle. Unwanted facial and body hair is eliminated with the fastest, safest and most effective hair reduction technology on the market.

Benefits:

  • Permanently reduces facial and body hair
  • Suitable for ALL skin types and MOST hair types
  • No surgery and no downtime
  • Long lasting results

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s):

How Does it Work?

Laser Hair Removal works by sending targeted laser energy to hair follicles and disabling them. The laser energy is attracted to the pigment of the hair, and, after a series of treatments, the hair follicle is permanently damaged and the hair is permanently reduced.

What can I expect during the treatment?

During the treatment, the laser is pulsed for only a fraction of a second. The duration of each pulse is just long enough to damage the hair follicle. The hair treated with laser hair removal will typically fall out between 14-21 days after treatment. Laser hair removal can be used almost anywhere on the body except for around the eyes.

What are the results?

Clients have noticed an average 80-90% reduction in hair growth. Results with laser hair removal are long lasting and permanent. Occasionally, conditions such as pregnancy, menopause or certain medications and hormonal conditions can trigger new hair growth, however, the new growth will be much lighter in color and finer. More than one treatment is recommended for optimal results. Body hair is treated at 6 week intervals and facial hair is treated at 4 week intervals.

Is it Safe?

Yes! Side effects may include slight redness and pigmentation changes to the skin, though the latter is very rare. Those who are pregnant, or think they may be pregnant, and those who are taking acne medication should consult with their doctor before undergoing laser hair reduction.

Contraindications in Laser Therapy.

No accutane use or history of use in the past 6 months.

If prior history of HSV, the patient should be treated with an anti-viral medication 2 days prior and 5 days post treatment. Please inform the nurse practitioner, so she can prescribe you the anti-viral prior to treatment.

No use of suntan products or sunbathing at least two weeks prior to treatment.

No use of photo-sensitive drugs like tetracycline or doxycycline.

Discontinue Retain-A or Hydroquinone three days prior to treatment and resumed 2 days after treatment with laser.

Fitzpatrick skin types V and VI are usually contraindicated for laser use.

If permanent makeup exist, treatment should be taken into consideration as IPL can remove tattoo and disrupt pigment.

No history of seizure disorder or Epilepsy.

No recent use of Neuromodulator or Dermal fillers, please wait two weeks for laser treatment.

Lupus is contraidicated as it is a light activated condition.

Uses intramuscular gold therapy 2.

 

X-Small Body Part 

Areola, Fingers & Toes, Upper Lip, Chin, Sideburns, and Navel

 

Small Body Part

Underarms, Shoulders, Neck(woman), Upper Lip & Chin, and Bikini (standard)

 

Medium Body Part

Lower Arms (forearms), Upper Arms, Full Face(woman), and Neck(men, front OR back)

 

Large Body Part

Brazilian(sides, labia, bottom), Lower Legs, Upper Legs, Full Face(men), Lower Back, Upper Back, Full Arms and Buttocks

 

X-Large Body Part

Full Chest(men), Full Back, and Full Legs

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*Results May Vary*

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