Laser Hair Removal

Removal of unwanted body hair can be a very inconvenient, time consuming and repetitive process.

Why so?

Tweezing – painful, razor can give you razor burns and waxing is again quite painful as and you may have to deal with skin allergies sometimes if you have a sensitive skin.

Body hair removal is not only a matter of concern for women but men as well.

The most common areas for hair removal in women include face, neck, arms, underarms, stomach, bikini area and legs.

While in men the most common treatment areas are face (beard shaping), chest, shoulders, arms, stomach and legs.

Laser hair reduction is one of the most predictable processes – it turns out to be successful in a majority of the cases. However, some precautions need to be taken both prior to and post the treatment.

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Removal of unwanted body hair

  • Avoid plucking or waxing of hair at least 4 – 6 weeks prior to the treatment.
  • These procedures temporarily remove the hair follicles and hence become unaffected by laser rays for as long as a month and a half.
  • Avoid¬† sun exposure / tanning for a few weeks before and after the laser treatment.¬†
  • Atleast 4-6 sittings over a gap of 3-4 weeks or more is recommended for achieving optimum results.

The cost involved in laser hair removal is dependent on multiple factors such as:

Any permanent damage to the skin through laser treatment for hair removal is quite rare. Usually, the skin appears to be sunburned for a few days and then goes back to looking normal. Sometimes blisters may also appear, especially in case of people with dark skin. Usually, patients feel a little discomfort, rashes, redness or irritation in the treated area after the treatment. An ice pack or cooling cream or gel is usually recommended to take care of this situation.