Chest Hair Removal

Posted by bmedia on Thursday, September 27, 2018

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Men, are you tired of stray hairs on your chest? Do you prefer to keep your chest smooth and hair free, but are wary of the task of repeatedly removing hair? Laser Smooth Company can help you! Laser hair removal is the best option for permanent chest hair reduction.

Cut time out of your man-scaping routine by opting for laser hair removal. Whether you prefer a completely smooth chest, or you just want to get rid of hair in a certain area, Laser Smooth Company can give you a treatment to suit your needs. Say goodbye to the pain of cuts, razor burn, and ripping out hair. With laser hair removal, hair is permanently reduced.

How does it work? Lasers used for permanent hair removal emit wavelengths of light that are absorbed by the pigments in hair. If the hair is coarse, or if the surrounding skin is lighter than the pigment of the hair, the pigment in the hair will better absorb the heat from the laser, thereby destroying the hair follicle. When your treatments are complete, you will see a permanently change in the growth of your body hair.

Chest hair removal isn’t just for men. Even ladies occasionally get the stray hair on the chest or even around the areolas. Kiss those annoying hairs goodbye, ladies! Laser hair removal can take away those unsightly hairs without you ever needing to touch a razor or hot wax to the area.

Don’t wait to get professional results with laser hair removal treatment for your chest. Laser Smooth Company offers the best laser hair removal treatment in the Gresham area. Let us help you today! We are always open for free consultations, and we’d love to help you take the first steps towards permanently hair removal! We are conveniently located at 2850 SE Powell Valley Rd in Gresham, Oregon. Come visit us today!

Contact us or call at (503) 867-6386 to learn more about our services.

 

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