The lasers are unable to treatHighly controlled laser light flashes are selectively absorbed by the hair shaft extending into the hair follicles below the skin’s surface. The absorbed light heats the hair shaft, damaging and destroying the follicle’s regrowth potential without damaging surrounding tissue. Since the follicle must be in an active growth phase to be affected by the laser, several treatments spread over multiple months are required to ensure the hair follicles’ destruction. Clients must be clean-shaven before treatment to ensure the effects of the laser treatment reach the hair follicle.
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✤ Can all hairs be treated?
Our lasers offer you customized treatments according to your hair color, texture, and body location. The lasers effectively treat varying degrees of black or brown pigmented hair. The lasers are unable to treat blonde, white, silver, or red hair.
✤ Is laser hair removal safe?
We use the most advanced laser systems that are FDA-approved for permanent hair reduction in all skin types.
✤ Are there any possible side effects?
Side effects are rare. Some patients may experience slight reddening or localized swelling at the treatment site, similar to a sunburn, but this typically subsides within a few hours. Limiting sun exposure before and after treatments will minimize the risk of complications. Darker skin tones are subject to darkening with some laser treatments; therefore, spot tests in an inconspicuous place are highly encouraged before treatment.
✤ What kind of results should I expect?
Our lasers are FDA-approved for permanent hair reduction. The number of treatments required depends on several factors related to your specific kind of hair and skin tone. Usually, six or more treatments spread out eight weeks apart are necessary to achieve satisfactory results. Following each treatment, you can generally return to work and resume all regular activities.
✤ Will I need future treatments to maintain my results?
Changes in hormones often affect hair growth patterns. Some clients may need touch-up treatments to address any hair growth that hormonal changes may have influenced.