Laser Hair Removal is a permanent solution to unwanted body and facial hair. If you’re sick of waxing and shaving and want to be done this is the treatment you’ve been looking for. Laser hair removal is safe and effective for any part of your body, and can lead to permanent hair loss in the desired area or areas in as few as three sessions, though for those with particularly thick body hair it can take up to seven sessions.
The Clarity II™ laser is able to precisely target hair follicles, making it safe to use even in relatively close proximity to your hair line on your face. It’s most often used to remove hair from clients’ upper lips, chins, legs, bikini lines, arms, backs and underarms. Treatment is fast and easy, taking approximately 30 minutes per treatment. Treatment area must be freshly shaven 24 hours prior for more effective results (laser must be close to hair follicle).
A topical numbing agent can be applied to reduce pain, it should feel similar to being hit repeatedly with a rubber band. Most clients experience no side effects beyond discomfort and swelling comparable to a moderate sunburn, which can be treated with ice packs and moisturizer.
It can take up to a month to see the full results from your treatment, but you should notice hair starting to fall out of the treated area relatively soon after initial treatment. A single treatment might not result in total hair loss and will almost certainly not result in permanent hair loss. However if you schedule subsequent treatments you can see very long term or permanent results.
Three treatments spaced at least 6 weeks apart is recommended. Some people may prefer one very aggressive treatment as opposed to a series of three. Maintenance treatments may be required to maintain an even texture of the skin. Younger individuals wishing to have a healthy glow and prevent the signs of aging can come & receive a single treatment & still reach effective results.
While laser hair removal is very safe, there are a few things to keep in mind. Typically you experience something similar to moderate sunburn on treated areas that should clear up in a day or two. This doesn’t pose a danger, but you can use of cold compresses and sunburn ointments can be very helpful if these are bothering you. Also, you must make sure you’re using sunscreen on any exposed skin that was treated anytime you go outside until it has completely healed, about one month. This prevents the sensitive and taxed skin from getting damaged while it’s vulnerable.
Areolas, Cheeks, Chin, Fingers, Forehead, Jawline, Naval Line, Nose, Sideburns, Toes, or Upper Lip
Full Neck or Lip & Chin Combo
Armpits, Bikini Line, Buttocks, Forearms, Full Face, Shoulders, or Upper Arms
Abdomen, Brazilian, Chest, Full Arms, Half Back, Lower Legs, or Upper Thighs
Full Back, Full Legs, or Full Torso