Don’t fall victim to one of the most embarrassing situations this summer…untamed hair. In fact, laser hair removal in Odessa, TX can permanently eliminate unwanted hair so you never have to worry about it again, regardless of the season. Put shaving, waxing and tweezing behind you, say goodbye to stubble, razor bumps and burn, and enjoy smooth touchable skin for life! For those of you who may have a few concerns, we have compiled the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions just for you:
What areas can be treated with laser hair removal in Odessa, Texas?
Laser hair removal can help you achieve hair free and care free skin on multiple areas of the body. From the bottom up: toes, legs, bikini, Brazilian bikini, abdomen, back, armpits, arms and neck. Some areas on the face may also be treated, this can be further discussed during your consultation.
Is laser hair removal painful?
Using a laser to disable hair follicles may sound a bit extreme but it’s really not that bad. Some patients compare it to a rubber band being snapped on your skin, so some areas may be more sensitive than others. But trust us, it’s worth it.
Will laser hair removal work on my skin tone?Our advanced laser hair removal technology is adjustable and effective for various skin tones. However, if the area you want to treat has been tanned in the last several weeks you may have to postpone your appointment. In a few situations, lighter hair is sometimes harder to treat.
How many laser hair removal treatments will I need?
The laser will pick up any currently active hair follicles, but because hair grows in various cycles, a series of 6-9 treatments may be recommended for optimal results.
Is laser hair removal permanent?
In most situations, yes! Laser hair removalis permanent. However, there are several hormonal conditions – such as pregnancy, thyroid conditions or menopause – that can trigger completely new hair growth. In these rare cases, you may wish to receive additional treatments.
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