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Hair Removal made easier (IPL & Diode)

Shaving, plucking, tweezing, waxing—all are temporary fixes for unwanted hair. With our laser hair removal treatments, you can quickly and easily reduce unwanted hair on your body or face with longer lasting results.

The secret lies in the technology. IPL, & Diode laser hair removal treatments target and destroy the hair cells responsible for hair growth without damaging the surrounding skin. The result is smooth, hair-free skin that lasts!

Treatment areas include face, underarms, arms, legs, back, bikini, chest, and more!

Treatments are virtually painless and will vary patient to patient. Patients describe a range of sensations during treatment from tingling to the snapping of a rubber band.

Treatments can take from just 5-60 minutes depending on the size of the area being treated.

A series of 6-20+ treatments is recommended for optimal results but, every patient is different. Work with your provider to develop a plan that is right for you!

Our hair naturally grows in 3 different stages. All our hair is not in the same stage at the same time, so when an area is treated only a percentage of hair follicles will be affected. Therefore, to effectively reduce your unwanted hair, multiple treatments are necessary.

This treatment is safe for all skin types, including light and dark skin and most hair colors. Work with your provider to determine best treatment options for you!

You can expect to see a gradual decrease in the hair thickness and in the amount of hair present. In addition, you may also see a decrease in stubble, rashes and ingrown hairs!

Electrology (gray hair only)

Electrology is the practice of electrical hair removal to permanently remove human hair from the body. Electrolysis is the actual process of removing hair using electricity. In electrolysis, a qualified professional called an electrologist slides a hair-thin, solid metal probe into each hair follicle without puncturing the skin. Electricity is delivered to the follicle through the probe, which causes localized damage to the areas that generate hairs, either through the formation of caustic sodium hydroxide, overheating, or both.