Most frequently asked questions about laser hair removal

Most frequently asked questions about Laser Hair Removal. We have put together a list of the most asked questions about laser hair removal. Let us know if you have any other questions. Consultations are free.

How many sessions of laser hair removal will I need?

Most people need on average 6-10 treatments. This can vary from skin type to skin type. When you come in for a consultation our licensed laser technicians can give you a better idea what to expect.

Does laser hair removal hurt?

No, laser hair removal shouldn't hurt. Treatments are pain-free and quick.

How often do I come in for each laser hair removal session?

Typically treatments are done every 6-8 weeks apart.

When should I start to see results?

On average people start to see changes as early as 2 weeks.

How expensive are laser hair removal treatments?

Treatments start off at $69 each. You can pay for the treatment you want to have. You do not have to purchase a package.

How does laser hair removal work?

The laser heats up the root of the hair follicle and if its in the active stage it will destoy it. The hair has several stages and we don't know when its in the active stage that is why we follow the interval studies suggest.

Will the laser hair removal remove all the hair?

80% hair reduction is considered a successful laser hair removal treatment series.

What if I want to remove more than 80% of my body hair?

You can continue to do more treatments as long as you would like to get more results.

Is laser hair removal permanent?

For many it is a more permanent solution. For some it is not permanent and more of a treatment that slows down and thins out growth. Typically problem areas can be hormonal are the back area for men and the face for women. Come in for a consultation with our licensed technicians.

If you have any other questions please call us and make an appointment for a free consultation.

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