Laser Hair Removal for All Skin Types
For those of you who are embarrassed of your unwanted hair and fed up with every other method of hair removal, laser hair removal is your solution.
Laser hair removal can permanently and safely prevent hair follicles from growing so you never have to shave again. Don't settle for out-of-date solutions!
The old fashioned ways of removing hair - shaving, tweezing, creams, and waxing - are time consuming, painful and short lasting. Now you can obtain long-lasting results with a laser hair removal treatment. All of our services are medically supervised, safe for all skin types, and are affordable to all!
The most common areas for women are the upper lip, underarm, bikini line, and legs. The most common areas for men are the back, chest and shoulders.
Absolute Skin & Body Care uses only the best laser equipment in the industry so that you receive the best results possible. We explain procedures in detail and answer all of your questions thoroughly. Although electrolysis can permanently remove hair, it is an extremely slow and painful method.
The Gemini laser offers effective results while maintaining the normal appearance of the skin. It uses the best technology currently available for hair removal, offering outstanding results with the widest range of skin tones and hair colors. With our Gemini laser you can be sure you will get the results you are looking for without the pain associated with other lasers.
Reasons for hair removal
Laser for permanent hair removal may seem expensive, but over time you will really be saving the dollars. In the long run, laser hair removal costs less than continued waxing, electrolysis and other hair removal methods.
Free up your time with laser hair removal. Eliminate the daily or monthly hair removal routine, no longer having to think about missing your lunch hour to wax, or get electrolysis again. Wake up each morning and just go!
Laser hair removal can help you feel and look your very best, no longer questioning how you look when you show off a bit of skin.
Hair removal by laser can help you be free to enjoy smooth and sexy skin all the time. No more uncomfortable in between and grow-in stages.
Eliminate Ingrown Hairs
Ingrown hairs can cause discomfort, infections and self-consciousness.
Risks associated with hair removal
Hair color and skin type are the key factors that influence the success of laser hair removal. It's most successful on people with dark hair (brown or black) and light skin. However, it can also be used safely on people with darker skin types. Laser hair removal does not work as fast for white, blonde, light brown or light red hair, additional treatments may be necessary!
Complications from laser hair removal are rare. Bleeding during the laser treatment is extremely rare, as is the possibility of infection resulting from treatment. Side effects from laser hair removal include, but are not limited to: Incomplete hair removal or regrowth. Some hair may be resistant to the laser treatment or may regrow after treatment.
Darkening of the skin (hyperpigmentation). This is usually a temporary condition, but in rare instances, is long lasting or permanent.
Lightening of the skin (hypopigmentation). This is of special concern with people who have darker skin. Laser hair treatment is more successful on fair skin, but darker skin also can be treated.
Blistering, scarring and changes in the skin texture, rarely occur. Crusting or scabbing, if this occurs, it's temporary. Hair changes. New hair growth may be finer and lighter in color. In some cases, new hair may grow in areas adjacent to the treated areas. This can be successfully treated with additional laser treatments.
After laser hair removal
No medications or bandages are necessary. You may notice some redness and swelling for the first few hours. Also, stinging may occur for the first 24 to 48 hours. Some people experience a slight crusting of the skin. If crusting occurs, keep the area moist with hydrocortisone or a moisturizing lotion. Avoid exercise and exertion for the first 24 hours. Perspiration from exertion may increase irritation caused by the laser. Avoid exposure to the sun for 2 days after treatment. After this period, make certain you apply sunscreen whenever you're in the sun. Avoid tanning booths - the ultraviolet light damages the skin. Don't wax or pluck hairs for three weeks before treatments. Don't pick at or manipulate the skin in treated areas. Don't rub or scrub the treated area. You may gently wash the area with soap and water.