Our laser prices are based on single treatments or a course of 6 treatments. The more sessions you buy, the more you save.
Avoid sun exposure 4-6 weeks before and after treatment until your healthcare provider allows it. Epidermal melanocytes compete with melanin in the hair.
We may ask you to stop any topical medications or skin care products 3-5 days prior to treatment.
Avoid bleaching, plucking or waxing hair for 4-6 weeks prior to treatment. The melanin-containing hair must be present in the follicle as it is the “target” for the laser light.
If you have a tan or have a darker Fitzpatrick Skin Type, a bleaching regimen may be started 4-6 weeks before treatment.
Recently tanned skin cannot be lasered! If lasered within 2 weeks of active (natural sunlight or tanning booth) tanning, you may develop hypopigmentation (white spots) after treatment and this may not clear for 2-3 months or more.
The use of self-tanning skin products must be discontinued one week before treatment. Any residual selftanner should be removed prior to treatment.
Avoid picking or scratching the treated skin. Do not use any other hair removal treatment products or
similar treatments (waxing, electrolysis or tweezing) that will disturb the hair follicle in the
treatment area for 4-6 weeks after the laser treatment is performed. Shaving only should be done between
Anywhere from 5-14 days after the treatment, shedding of the treated hair may occur and this appears as
new hair growth. This is NOT new hair growth. You can clean and remove the hair by washing or wiping the
area with a wet cloth or Loofah sponge.
After the axilla (underarm) is treated, you may wish to use a powder instead of a deodorant for 24 hours
after the treatment to reduce skin irritation.
There are no restrictions on bathing except to treat the skin gently, as if you had sunburn, for the
first 24 hours.
Call for an appointment at the first sign of the return of hair growth. This may occur within 4- 6 weeks
for the upper body and possibly as long as 2-3 months for the lower body. Hair regrowth occurs at
different rates on different areas of the body. New hair growth will not occur for AT LEAST three weeks