Razors, hot melted wax, tweezers, chemical creams – what do these items have in common? They all do a fairly terrible job of helping us deal with unwanted hair. Yet, those are the tools most of use, which also means we’re putting up with ingrown hairs, rashes, burns, sneaky regrowth — day after day, year after year, for life… We pluck and shave and burn and rip, but the hair still seem to be in control. But it doesn’t have to be like that.
Laser hair removal puts professionals in charge of pesky hairWhat if in a six- to eight-week period, you could achieve a 70-80% reduction of unwanted hair? At Bay Area Laser we have the technicians and the techniques to help make that happen — with laser hair removal treatments.
An intense, pulsating beam of light from a laser can be your best friend
And it’s a powerful enemy to the unwanted hair on your face and your body. During the procedure, a laser beam passes through your skin and targets an individual hair follicle. The intense heat of the laser actually damages your hair follicle so the hair can’t grow back to its “full strength” – if at all.
Inhibiting hair growth with lasers can take time
But coming into our offices for several treatments over a couple of months is nothing compared to a lifetime of shaving, trimming and plucking. Some of your hairs will be eliminated with your very first treatment, but it can take about two weeks for treated hair to detach from their follicles. And it can take up to eight weeks for all treated hair to fall out.
Legs, underarms, upper lip, chin, arms, back, bikini line
What do these have in common? They are common laser hair removal treatment areas. But it’s possible to reduce hair growth in practically any area.
Are you ready to show your unwanted hair who’s boss?
Make your laser hair removal consultation appointment today.Pinole (East Bay) Office, call: (510) 724-8282
Larkspur (North Bay) Office, call: (415) 461-5755
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