Laser hair removal is the answer.
Scratch shaving of your to-do list (for good!) and finally have your life back.
Time to ditch the razor
and try our laser.
Everyone hates shaving.
The cuts, the bumps, the razor burn, the time it takes, constantly having to buy new blades (that are not cheap), and, especially, the never-ending maintenance…
And, the only other “decent” alternative, waxing costs a whooping $23,000 over a lifetime on average. (Stop it!)
Luckily, there is a better, more affordable way to become “care-free, hair-free”…
Laser hair removal is a non-invasive treatment using concentrated light (laser) to specifically target the root of the hair follicle in order to completely stop hair growth (in the desired area). And even though, quick flashes of the laser can be seen on the surface, the laser actually bypasses the skin.
Laser targets hair
at the root.
Root is gone.
Hair can’t grow back.
Hello “forever smooth” skin.
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Yes, laser hair removal is a completely safe procedure. However, be careful to only get this treatment done by qualified, experienced practitioners who use state-of-the-art equipment (like we do).
Most people do not experience any pain whatsoever whereas, in rare cases, some people who have a very low pain tolerance do experience discomfort. If that is the case, we use numbing cream and adjust the machine accordingly. Ibuprofen helps as well. Regardless, we always highly recommend shaving before treatment.
Very few people are NOT suited for laser hair removal.
You are NOT a good candidate if…
If you are unsure, please consult a medical doctor for further input.
How much does laser hair removal cost?
Your total cost depends on 3 things:
2) the number of sessions you’ll need (to achieve your desired goal)
See our pricing list for each body part below. However, note that the vast majority of people buy a package which dramatically lowers the overall cost.
The average person tends to about 7-10 treatments to be 95%+ hair free.
How long do results last?