Why Shave When You Can Save?
Women spend around 72 days, approximately 1,728 hours, shaving their legs over the course of a lifetime, and spend an estimated $12,000. Shaving also ranked as women's most hated beauty ritual, with 35 percent of women saying they loathed shaving their legs more than anything else. Save time and money with laser hair reduction!
Advance From Razor to Laser
Today, laser hair removal is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic procedures in the U.S. Laser hair removal is a safe alternative to remove unwanted facial or body hair while eliminating razor burn and shave bumps. Unlike waxing, shaving, plucking, or electrolysis, you can get permanent hair reduction with each treatment.
The GentleMax Pro® Laser works by targeting the hair follicle at the root, delivering a burst of energy and therapeutic heat. Every pulse is accompanied by a cooling sensation, keeping the treatment comfortable enough to allow for larger treatment areas. Unlike most laser hair removal systems, the GentleMax Pro® Laser is safe and effective for all skin types. We treat most areas of the body including the chest, back, underarms, legs, feet, face, neck, and private areas with the utmost discretion. Unfortunately, blond, gray/white, and red hair cannot be treated as the hair follicle requires melanin (color) for the laser to target it for removal.
If you are planning on laser hair removal, we recommend that you discontinue plucking, waxing, or having electrolysis for at least four weeks prior to your treatment, since the laser targets the hairs' roots. However, you may continue to shave regularly and we do recommend shaving the area to be treated the day before to treatment to allow the laser to target the hair root (not surface hair). Typically, five to eight treatments, about 4 to 8 weeks apart depending on the area, are generally needed for optimal results. Once you complete your series, periodic maintenance treatments may be recommended to keep hair reduction maintained. Laser hair removal is quite successful for most clients; however, there are hormonal factors that play a large part in the overall success of hair reduction.