Tired of razor rash and living with stubble? Have you vowed never to undergo another waxing treatment? We get it. Women and men seeking smooth, hairless skin, which is boosts confidence and more sexually appealing. Our patients often express their gratitude for having undergone laser hair removal.
Will I need to shave before my treatment?
Shaving within 24 hours of laser hair removal is important to ensure there is no hair above the surface of the skin. You will be provided with instructions for preparing your skin to ensure your treatments are safe and as effective as possible.
Can I shave between laser sessions?
Shaving is OK between treatments, but do not tweeze or wax. It’s important to keep the hair in the follicle for future treatments.
What happens after a laser hair removal treatment?
The non-invasive nature of the procedure means there is no downtime following a treatment. You may notice some redness and a bit of swelling that goes away in a few days. You may notice some initial results after a single treatment, with less and less hair growth in the targeted area after each treatment. Our specialists provide detailed post-treatment instructions to ensure the best possible outcomes.
How many treatments are needed?
Because not all hair follicles are actively growing at the same time, a single treatment session isn’t enough to produce the desired results. The specific number of treatments needed depends on the patient’s goals and their skin type and hair. Typically, we recommend initially scheduling 6 to 7 sessions spaced about 4 to 5 weeks apart. Most patients enjoy the relief from shaving, tweezing, and waxing once their initial treatment series is complete. Maintenance treatments may be needed once or twice a year to address any hair follicles that continue to produce hair.