How Laser Hair Removal Compares To Traditional Methods of Hair Removal

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Monday, January 1, 2018

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Laser hair removal is a relatively new method of hair removal when compared to methods like shaving and waxing. These methods have served folks for hundreds of years, and while effective in certain ways, there are ways in which laser hair removal is simply superior. Before making your laser, waxing, or threading appointment, consider these few ways in which laser hair removal is or is not preferable.

When your shaving habits involve a multitude of monthly razors, you may want to consider laser hair removal. While facial hair on male presenting folks typically bends to common trends and thus is best-handled with a razor, for excessive leg or underarm hair that results in an annual razor expense that is unacceptable, laser hair removal may be the option for you.

If your hair removal is more trend based, as eyebrow fashions tend to be, you’re better off relying on waxing treatments to ensure you can follow the next big trend as soon as it arrives. Other, less common facial hair removal such as the evening of a hairline is perfect for laser hair removal.

If your unwanted hair affects your life in negative ways, such as damaging your self-confidence or causing anxiety, laser hair removal has the potential to change your life. Contact Laser Smooth Company to learn more about how we can effectively remove your unwanted hair.

Laser Smooth Company offers the best laser hair removal treatment in the Gresham area. We are always open for free consultations, and we’d love to help you take the first steps towards permanent hair removal. We are conveniently located at 2850 SE Powell Valley Rd in Gresham, Oregon. We are waiting for your visit!

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Categories: laser hair removal, shaving, waxing

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