LASER HAIR REMOVAL
How Does Laser Hair Removal in West Palm Beach Gardens Work?
There are 3 phases of hair growth.
Anagen – where the growth stage when a strand of hair is at its strongest.
Catagen – here the transitional stage begins to come loose from the follicle.
Telogen – The shedding stage when the strand falls out and is replaced by new hair.
The whole process takes around 150 days or more to complete the hair growth cycle. Laser Laser Hair Removal West Palm Beach Gardens, FL is a safe and effective treatment no matter what your skin type is. The laser pulses destroy hair follicles at the root in the anagen stage when the hair is the strongest. You would go in for this treatment every four weeks or so, and over time, the hair growth decreases dramatically. It takes about 30 minutes or so for each treatment time. 90% or more of patients report permanent hair loss for an extended period after 4 to 6 treatments. *Results may vary from person to person. Our Laser machine has the patented Sapphire at its tip that cools the skin before it zaps it to add to your comfort and make the treatment as painless as possible
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Frequently Asked Questions
Treatments take place in our office. Your treatment specialist will use a small laser hand piece to deliver an intense but gentle burst of energy onto targeted areas of the skin which safely and effectively removes unwanted hair.
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The average is 6. Multiple treatments are required to achieve a full hair removal effect. That’s because hair grows in three stages: Anagen (the growth stage). Hair is thickest and darkest, so laser treatments are most active. Catagen (the transitional phase). The hair begins to loosen from its follicle. Telogen (the shedding stage). The hair falls out to make room for new growth. The hairs on your body are not always at the same stage, so you’ll need to undergo a few treatments, an average of four weeks apart, to catch them all in the growth stage.
For about six weeks before treatment, you should avoid plucking, electrolysis, or waxing. On the day of your treatment, the skin should be clean-shaven and thoroughly cleansed of any makeup, creams, oils, topical anesthetics, or self-tanning products. Do not expose the treatment area to sunlight or tanning booth light before or immediately after treatment.