Laser hair removal is one of the top-selling treatments at SkinSpirit. At SkinSpirit, the combination of our experience practitioners and state-of-the-art equipment provides the best results in hair removal from the various treatment areas. Treatments are quick, safe and virtually pain-free. One common question clients ask this popular service is,
“Should I shave before my laser hair removal treatment?”
Practitioners will recommend clients arrive for their laser hair removal appointment with treated areas freshly shaven. Don’t wax any of the treated areas prior to treatment. With waxing, hair is removed by the follicle. With laser hair removal, the hair follicle in the treated areas needs to be intact. The hair follicle is the pigment the laser needs for hair removal to be effective. If the hair follicle isn’t in place, the laser will burn the skin instead of removing hair.
If underarms are one of the areas to be treated, practitioners recommend clients not wear deodorant or antiperspirant to their laser hair removal treatment.
Want to see if you’re a candidate for laser hair removal? We recommend coming in for an initial consultation with one of our experts. Click here to schedule your complimentary consultation at one of our six locations: Laser Hair Removal Palo Alto, Laser Hair Removal Walnut Creek, Laser Hair Removal Mill Valley, Laser Hair Removal Los Gatos, Laser Hair Removal University Village, Laser Hair Removal Redmond or Laser Hair Removal Bellevue Square. Feel free to give us a call at 855.383.7546 or send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
At SkinSpirit, consultations for any service are always complimentary.
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