Laser Hair Removal
Laser Hair Removal FAQs
The laser hair removal system emits near-infrared laser light that is absorbed by the pigment located in the hair follicle. When the pigment gets hot enough to damage the cells that make your hair it results in permanent damage to the hair follicle and permanent loss of hair. The key to successful treatments is to destroy the entire hair, while preserving surrounding healthy tissue. Treatments are most effective when the hair is in its active growth phase called the anagen phase; consequently, multiple treatments scheduled several weeks or months apart are typically required to achieve optimal results.
Laser Hair removal can be done on just about any part of the body except the eyes. Commonly treated areas are below:
- Back of the neck
All of laser hair removal treatments have been cleared by the FDA for permanent hair reduction. After your first laser hair removal treatment, you will begin to notice that less hair grows back and the hair becomes a lot thinner and lighter compared to when you started your treatment. We recommend 4-6 treatments for best results.
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