Very few people would say that shaving away unwanted hair is one of their favorite activities. In fact, most people do it just because they have to. Unfortunately, they deal with ingrown hairs, rashes, and small cuts. If you are looking for a better solution, we invite you to learn about the many benefits that come from laser hair removal.
How Laser Hair Removal Can Benefit You
If one of the main reasons why you do not like shaving is because it is time-consuming, you are not going to deal with this problem anymore after you go through the treatments we recommend. You are no longer going to have to worry about shaving before heading to work in the morning or going off to the beach with some friends for the weekend. Can you imagine what it will be like when you no longer have to get rid of hair as part of your daily routine? You are going to have a lot more time for yourself and other activities.
Have you ever thought about how much money you spend on waxing kits, depilatory creams, razors, and shaving cream? When you add up the price of all of these items over your lifetime, you are likely to spend a small fortune. Laser hair removal is a cost-effective option.
This is a treatment that produces semi-permanent hair reduction. In fact, some individuals never experience hair regrowth in areas where the treatment was performed. However, hormonal changes and other factors may affect the growth of your hair in the future, so this is why we cannot promise permanent hair removal, as results vary from patient to patient.
It is good for our clients to note that they will need to visit us multiple times in order to get the best results. Most individuals need a series of treatments. However, when you are in our office, the treatment sessions are designed to be short and convenient.
Things to Keep in Mind
There are a couple of things that you will need to avoid doing in order to get the best results from laser hair removal. First, you need to avoid plucking unwanted hairs in areas where you will have the treatment performed. You can shave before your treatments, but the hair follicles must be intact in order for the laser’s energy to disable them.
Another thing that you should know is that you will need to avoid exposure to the sun in the weeks before your treatment. You should not have a tan, real or fake, when you have these treatments done.