Planning Your Laser Hair Removal Treatments

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Laser Smooth Company_Planning Your Laser Hair Removal Treatments

Anticipating a tropical vacation? Or just ready to be rid of body hair before summer fashions demand an overhaul of your grooming routine? Laser hair removal might be right for you! If you’re considering laser hair removal for summer, here are a few key tips to remember when planning your sessions:

Since hair grows in cycles, to completely eliminate hair growth, 6-8 treatments (at intervals of 8-12 weeks) are needed to achieve the desired result.

The most popular areas including the face, chest, abs, arms, back, buttocks, bikini, legs, feet and hands. If you can shave it, it can be lasered.

Clients must be a minimum of 14 years old to receive laser hair removal treatments. If you are under 18 years old, you must have parent permission to have laser hair removal treatments.

Some people may experience the following temporary side effects:

– Itching

– Redness for up to 3 days

– Tingling or feeling of numbness

Unfortunately, laser hair removal does not work on blonde, light red, or gray body hair. It also does not work on vellus or baby fine hair.  If you are unsure if laser hair removal will work on your body hair, please schedule a free consultation.

Laser Smooth Company is proud to perform hair removal for all individuals, in all areas of the body. We are located in Gresham, Oregon. Our clinic features the LightSheer Duet, the newest and most innovative laser hair removal system. Call Laser Smooth Company Today for a Free Consultation! Visit our Services page to learn more about our laser hair removal treatments.

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As you know, Multnomah County is still under Executive Order 20-12 and during this downtime, we are implementing all the recommendations set forth by the Oregon Health Authority for personal services.

 

Please click on our COVID-19 update page to read all the new recommendations we are implementing. 

 

Stay safe and healthy, Kim