Laser hair removal can be used to treat hair on almost any part of the body, including the face, underarms, bikini area, legs, back, chest, and stomach.
The number of treatments needed will vary depending on the size of the treatment area and the individual’s hair growth patterns. Typically, most people need between 6-8 treatments for optimal results.
Yes, laser hair removal is safe when performed by a trained and experienced technician using approved equipment.
Some patients may feel a slight discomfort or a sensation of heat during the treatment, but the pain is minimal and can be managed with cooling gel or a cooling device.
Laser hair removal is most effective on dark hair and may not be as effective on light hair.
Yes, laser hair removal can be used on all skin tones, but it is important to use the appropriate laser settings to ensure safety and effectiveness.
The length of the treatment will depend on the size of the treatment area, but most treatments take between 15-30 minutes.
You should avoid sun exposure, tanning, and waxing for at least four weeks before your treatment. You should also shave the treatment area 24 hours before your appointment.