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Get Rid of Unwanted Hair

Typically removes 80 to 90% of hair in 6 Treatments.
Quick Treatment - Completed in 30 minutes or less.
Improves skin quality.
Laser hair removal is an effective way to achieve smooth, hairless skin.


The technology utilizes concentrated light energy to target hair follicles at the source. It works by targeting the melanin in hairs with laser light that converts to heat, damaging the underlying follicles responsible for its growth over time.


For the best results, multiple sessions may be required as laser energy cannot remove all existing hair follicles in just one treatment session due to our natural hair growth cycles. Generally, 5-6 treatments will reduce 80-90% of targeted strands. However, this may vary depending upon factors like texture, tone, and color of both the hair and the skin. Follow up treatments 1 to 2 times per year may be necessary for successful maintenance.



What areas of the body can be treated?

Most skin areas can be treated. 

Most Common:

  • Back

  • Bikini

  • Chest

  • Chin

  • Lip

  • Underarms

How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments that are needed may vary. Based on your specific concerns and factors like texture, tone, and color of both the hair and the skin. Typically, 5-6 treatments will reduce 80-90% of targeted strands. Our medical aesthetic professional will work with you to personalize your treatment plan.

How long will it take?

The treatment time can vary depending on the size of the selected treatment area. Most common treatment time is 30 minutes.

How long is the treatment recovery?​

Treatment recovery time may vary depending on the individual. Most common recovery time is 1 to 3 days prior.

What should I expect after the treatment?

Erythema (redness) and edema (swelling) may be seen for 4 to 6 hours following the laser treatment. Blistering can occur during the first three days following the laser procedure. Blistered areas should be treated with care, keeping the area moist with an antibacterial ointment until the area has healed. Some patients develop raised papules like hives. This irritation usually subsides in a few hours.

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