Laser Treatment for Hair Removal
Although lasers have been used in the medical field for several years, these treatments are now shedding new light onto the cosmetics industry. Laser therapy involves using very specific wavelengths of light that are focused into concentrated beams. Laser treatments are painless, fast, extremely effective, and are used to treat a wide variety of situations, such as:
- Hair removal
- Bolster your complexion
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Hair Removal and Hair Reduction
At the EBJ Skin & Wellness Centre, all of our FDA-approved laser therapy treatments are administered by our licensed certified laser technician. These solutions effectively destroy the hair follicles without causing damage to the skin. As a non-invasive procedure, most patients feel minimal discomfort. After the treatment is complete, you may feel as if you have a sunburn, but these side effects will generally subside within 24 hours.
Laser Hair Removal: Get to the Root of the Problem
Unfortunately, traditional hair removal routines can be tedious, painful, and expensive over time. Shaving may last a a day, waxing a couple of weeks, but none of them last forever- and therein lies the true beauty of laser hair removal.
How Does it work?
To eliminate hair, the laser omits gentle pulses of energy that pass through the skin to the hair follicle. This energy is then absorbed into the hair follicle to destroy it so that hair can never grow there again.
Am I a viable candidate for laser hair removal?
Cynosure’s Laser hair removal can be applied to all areas of the body and on all types of skin (even tanned or dark skin).
Does it hurt?
The treatment causes only minimal discomfort. Patients often say it feels similar to the snap of a rubber band. Slight redness or localized swelling can occasionally occur, but this usually subsides within the first 24- 72 hours of treatment.
How many treatments are required?
Typically patients will see in 4-6 treatments, though this number will vary based upon skin tone, hair color, and several other factors.Your practitioner will talk to you about variables. that may affect your individual results.