Laser Hair Removal
If you are tired of dealing with unwanted hair, laser hair removal may be the best option. Removing unwanted hair in Amarillo is easy, safe and cost-friendly. Most candidates can expect to lose at least 80% of unwanted hair permanently. Shaving, tweezing and painful waxing can cost thousands of dollars and months of your time. Laser hair removal can also eliminate painful, irritating ingrown hair, as well as razor burn. For optimal results, laser hair removal will require several treatments. Laser hair removal is a great, painless option for those looking to reduce the occurrence of unwanted hair. Save time and money and start enjoying smooth touchable skin.
Is it worth laser hair removal?
Yes, laser hair removal works. If you are embarrassed by unwanted hair and want a permanent solution and are tired of the old methods such as shaving tweezing and waxing laser hair removal may be the best solution for you.
How permanent is laser hair removal?
Your body can always produce new hair but all the hair that is destroyed by the laser will never come back. In addition to being very effective, laser hair removal is relatively painless. After completing your treatments, you will permanently enjoy smooth, touchable skin.
How laser hair removal works?
Blue Sage Med Spa has invested time and training into state-of-the-art lasers. Our lasers offer the most effective method for removing unwanted hair and keeping it away. Laser hair removal destroys hair follicles with minimal discomfort.
Laser hair removal works through a process called selective photothermolysis. Hair is targeted at the root to damage the follicle. Light energy from the laser enters the skin. It is absorbed by the melanin surrounding the follicle. When targeted with the laser, the hair follicle overheats. This damages the bulb and prevents hair from growing.
To achieve the best results, laser hair removal should be completed over several sessions to ensure hairs are caught throughout their growth cycle.
How long does laser hair removal treatment take?
The highly concentrated energy of the laser targets hair follicles. Pulses of light are a result of this energy. Each laser pulse is only a fraction of a second long. Several hairs are treated at the same time. In this way, small areas like the chin or upper lip could take only a few minutes. Larger areas, such as the legs or back, may take up to an hour. Two or three weeks after treatment, you should notice hairs that appear to fall out. This is a sign that your laser removal has been successful. Your body is pushing away the hair, eliminating it for good. Breaks between sessions are usually four to six weeks for the face. For the body, breaks are eight weeks. Based on the cycles of hair growth, the back and legs require ten to twelve weeks between sessions. For the best results, five to eight sessions are recommended.
How painful is laser hair removal?
The process can be slightly uncomfortable but not painful. Most compare it to a gentle snap of a rubber band. All agree the results are totally worth it. The laser hair removal process requires multiple treatments. Results can typically be seen after the first treatment.
When compared to waxing, laser hair removal is considerably more comfortable. In fact, since the procedure is spread out over several sessions, it can also be considered safer than waxing. Unlike waxing, laser hair removal does not cause bleeding. Laser hair removal is not guaranteed to be completely pain-free.
How much does laser hair removal cost?
Laser hair removal saves money over the long run. However, the cost of treatments depends on the area and how many treatments are purchased. Blue Sage Med Spa in Amarillo, Tx offers free consultations with no pressure to purchase. We work to provide you with the safest options for all of your beauty needs. Our technicians are highly trained to further make the process of laser hair removal safe and painless. Visit our office today to experience all our professional staff can offer.
WE DO NOT TREAT LASER HAIR REMOVAL FOR BLONDE OR GREY HAIR DUE TO TYPICALLY BEING NON-RESPONDERS TO THE LASER.