How Long Does Laser Hair Removal Take?

Posted by wadmin on Tuesday, April 21, 2020

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Laser Smooth Company Brings Professional Laser Hair Removal To Gresham

Do you live in or near Gresham? Have you been considering laser hair removal as a way to get the smooth and hair-free skin you desire? Stop on in at Laser Smooth Company! We’re dedicated to offering Gresham the best in laser hair removal. After laser hair removal, you won’t have to fuss with shaving or waxing anymore. Try laser hair removal today!

How Long Does Laser Hair Removal Take?

Gresham locals should know that laser hair removal can’t be completed all at once. How long laser hair removal takes will depend on where you are receiving laser hair removal. Generally speaking, however, laser hair removal requires 6-8 treatments, which we schedule at intervals of 8-12 weeks.

The reason laser hair removal takes multiple treatments is because of the cycles of growth that hair goes through. The three main phases of the hair growth cycle are anagen, catagen, and telogen. Your hair grows in at different phases, and laser hair removal is only effective on hairs that are in the anagen stage. By treating the same area multiple times at intervals of 8-12 weeks, we can make sure we are able to treat all the hairs in the area as they are in the anagen stage.

Get Permanent Hair Reduction With Laser Hair Removal Services At Laser Smooth Company

Laser hair removal is the only way to permanently remove unwanted body hair and give your skin that fresh, smooth feeling all year. Laser Smooth Company offers the best laser hair removal services 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.

Contact us or call at (503) 867-6386 for your consultation today.

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