Summertime Smoothness – Laser Hair Removal For Summer

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Laser Smooth Company_Summertime Smoothness - Laser Hair Removal For Summer

Springtime may have just arrived, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start planning for your summer look—especially if that look is groomed to perfection. Now is the time to begin planning your laser hair removal sessions to ensure smooth, luminous skin just in time for shorts season.

Both men and women utilize laser hair removal treatments for the permanent reduction of hair to all areas of the body. The most popular areas including the face, chest, abs, arms, back, buttocks, bikini, legs, feet and hands. Laser hair removal involves damaging viable hair cells without damaging the skin and the surrounding tissues. Following the destruction of the hair follicles, the debris of these cells will shed out and will fill with dermal fibers after approximately 1 month. Because each individual hair cell on the body can be found in a different stage of growth (anagen, catagen, or telogen), the process of permanent hair reduction can take between 4 to 8 treatments spread out over 4 to 6 weeks between each treatment. Which is precisely why you should be scheduling your appointments ASAP.! Springtime sessions ensure you’ve got plenty of time to achieve your desired hair removal before you venture out on your summer adventures.

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. Visit our Services page to learn more about our laser hair removal treatments.

Call Laser Smooth Company Today for a Free Consultation!

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