(Question from Lucy in Greenfield, Indiana) Everyone has a different tolerance for pain for laser hair removal. Most people find it to be very fast and tolerable and numbing cream is usually unnecessary. Limiting sun and tanning bed exposure during the process will help make the treatments more comfortable.
(Question from Mike in Lafayette, Indiana) It only works on light brown to black hair. It will NOT work on blonde, gray, white, most shades of red or peach fuzz.
(Question from Michelle in Carmel, Indiana) No, the area needs to be shaved or trimmed. It is best to have a little bit of stubble. We recommend shaving or trimming a day or two before a treatment. You can not wax, tweeze or thread the area in between treatments.
(Question from Mindy in Brownsburg, Indiana) Between treatments you will notice the hair that is growing back to be finer and possibly a little bit lighter. You will also notice the hair that has not been killed yet will be stunted, therefore causing less shaving and trimming time in between treatments. If you suffer from [...]
(Question from Cathy in Avon, Indiana) You would NOT be a candidate if you are currently pregnant, not willing to give up sun or tanning bed exposure for the duration of your treatments, are on light sensitive medications, have a history of keloid scarring or seizures, if you have metal implants in the area to [...]
(Question from Lisa in Broadripple, Indiana) Yes, these are potential adverse side effects of laser hair removal. This is why it is important to use a reputable provider and experienced technicians. Most burns are caused from inexperienced technicians, sun or tanning bed exposure two weeks before or after treatments, light sensitive medications and skin care products [...]
(Question from Cindy in Westfield, Indiana) Yes, you must have a consultation prior to being treated. We need to make sure there are no issues that would prevent us from safely treating you. Your safety is our number one priority.
(Question from Kim in Indianapolis, Indiana) Technically, yes there are lasers that are capable of treating tanned skin. These are the same lasers that are used to treat darker skin types. However, if you want an effective and comfortable laser hair removal treatment you need to be as close to your natural skin coloring as [...]
(Question from Jim in Lebanon, Indiana) It depends on a number of factors and your definition of expensive. What are you comparing it to? Laser hair is a permanent solution as opposed to shaving, waxing and creams. Depending on your current method of hair removal, it can easily pay for itself over a few months [...]
To Save Money —Laser hair removal is permanent hair removal, which may seem expensive, however when you add up what you will continue spending over a lifetime on shaving, waxing or other temporary methods it becomes a great investment. To Save Time — Eliminate the need for daily shaving or monthly waxing. No more having [...]