Posted by on Sep 20, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

If you’re getting tired of the waxing, tweezing and shaving and are ready to move up to the next  level where these necessities will be a thing of the past, consider laser hair removal. This will give you permanent results so that you can pack your razor, tweezers and wax away for good. If you’re seriously considering this type of hair removal, there are a few things you should know about it first.

  1. Which hair types see the best results?

Laser removal works best on hair that is thick, dark and coarse because the color or pigment found in the hair follicle attracts the laser. Finer hair may need a longer treatment time since it can be more resistant.

  1. How do I get ready for a treatment?

Before having any treatments, make sure you have a complete consultation by a laser technician.  24 hours before your appointment, you should shave the hair in the area that will be undergoing treatment. The hair should not be bleached, tweezed or waxed for at least one month before the treatment. The laser can only destroy the hair when the root is intact.

  1. How long will it take to see results?

Every type of hair is different so the number of sessions required will vary for each individual. Hair can be removed when it’s actively growing and the hair in different parts of the body experience different rates of growth. As a result, it will take longer to remove hair in some areas than others. In most cases it will take 6 – 8 treatments on average .

  1. Does laser hair removal hurt?

LaserPro Med Spa uses the most advance technology Saprano XL. You’ll experience what feels like a warm, light pinching sensation.

  1. How important is it to go to all of the sessions?

It’s easy to get distracted and not follow up with all of your sessions when you start to see the hair growth slowing down. Make sure that you attend all of your sessions through to the end to experience full results.

  1. Do I need to stop using any medications before the treatments?

Skin care products containing alpha hydroxyl acids and retinoid may make your skin more sensitive when you are being treated. Check with your physician beforehand if you’re on medication and aren’t sure whether it could affect your treatments.

Laser hair removal destroys the root and once it is destroyed the hair can no longer grow. This is an investment that provides long-term benefits and results. When you consider the amount of money that you’re currently putting out to keep your hair growth at bay and the time and energy that you’re spending on it, it really makes sense to take the plunge and get laser hair removal. If you talk to others that have gone through the process you’ll find the vast majority saying that it was the best decision they ever made. For more information or to schedule an appointment for laser hair removal  please call LaserPro Med Spa 905-362-0226 or visit our website at http://laserpromedspa.com/.