PERMANENT LASER HAIR REMOVAL
|FACE||UPPER BODY||MID SECTION||LOWER BODY|
|Ears – $50||Nape – $70||Areola – $70||Full Legs – $295|
|Upper Lip – $50||Underarms – $75||Chest OR Stomach – $120||Lower Legs – $165|
|Sideburns – $60||Forearms (Women) – $115||Chest AND Stomach – $195||Thighs – $170|
|Chin – $60||Forearms (Men) – $130||Navel – $55||Feet & Toes – $60|
|Neck – $60||3/4 Arms (Women) – $150||Treasure Trail – $60||Bikini – $115|
|Lip & Chin Combo – $80||3/4 Arms (Men) – $165||Half Back – $120||High Cut Bikini – $140|
|Lower Face – $110||Full Arms (Women) – $170||Full Back – $195||Female Brazilian – $140|
|Full Face – $110||Full Arms (Men) – $195||Buttocks – $150|
PERMANENT LASER HAIR REDUCTION FAQ
Laser hair reduction devices emit light that is attracted mainly to the pigment in hair follicles. The pigment absorbs the light and disables hair follicles that are in their active growing phase. Because the light is attracted to the pigment in the hair, the more pigment there is in the hair the better. As such, laser cannot treat white, grey, red, or blonde hair.
The number of treatments that a person will need depends on their hair type/color/density, their hormones, their genetics, and the amount of reduction that they desire. On average, many people find that getting about 6 treatments vastly reduces the amount of hair in the treatment area. Any hairs that are left will likely be much finer and lighter than they originally were. Often, people opt to get an occasional maintenance treatment to maintain their results after their initial series of treatments.
The laser pulse only lasts for a small fraction of a second. Our laser is equipped with a chilled tip to cool the skin and increase client comfort before and after each pulse. Most clients find the pulse comparable to a mild snap by a rubber band and generally find it quite tolerable.
Laser can only treat hairs that are in their active growing phase. Hairs in their active growing phase are attached to a blood vessel called the dermal papilla. The laser works on the dermal papilla in order to disable the hair follicle. Hairs that aren’t in their active phase at the time of treatment will not be disabled; however, in time, inactive hairs will cycle into their growth phase. The length of time that it takes hairs to cycle into their active phase depends on the area of the body (usually about 4-8 weeks). Treatments are spaced 4-8 weeks apart depending on the body area so that we can try to catch the hairs as they cycle into their active phase.
The laser that we use is the LightSheer diode. This laser has been FDA approved for permanent reduction.
Some mild redness and itching is normal following treatment. Many people find that any redness often disappears within an hour or two after treatment. People who receive a treatment on their face usually feel comfortable getting it done during their lunch hour and then going right back to work.