Laser Hair Removal Questions

Q. What is laser hair removal and how does it work?

4A. Laser hair removal is a technique that uses beams of highly concentrated light to penetrate the hair follicles. The light is absorbed by pigment in the hair follicles and destroys the hair within the follicle. Laser hair reduction is growing in popularity because it's a safe effective way to remove unwanted body hair. Laser can selectively target dark coarse hair while leaving the surrounding skin undamaged.


Q. Why do most people get laser hair removal instead of waxing or tweezing?

A. It removes unwanted body hair permanently. Shaving, waxing and tweezing is not only ongoing but some people develop irritation, rash, nicks and ingrown hairs as a result.


Q. How do I know if I'm a good candidate for laser hair removal?

A. Because laser targets melanin (color) laser hair removal works best on darker pigmented hair. Red white, gray or blonde hair indicates a lack of melanin therefore is not going to be affected by laser hair removal. we offer complimentary consultations where our highly skilled staff can best evaluate your needs and design a treatment plan to meet your goals while managing expectations.


Why do You need multiple sessions?

Laser hair removal requires multiple sessions in order to achieve desired clearance. This is based primarily on biological factors – the cycle of hair growth. we recommend a protocol of 6 laser hair removal sessions in order to achieve clearance in the treated area.


Is treatment with laser safe?
Our laser hair removal is very safe for the skin. The 808 sliding Equipment to the uniform hair removal!They are FDA approved.

Does the treatment hurt?
People are often amazed at how little our laser hair removal systems hurt compared to their previous experiences with lasers. At times clients will experience a sensation often described as a “hot pinch” or “snapping” feeling. The sensation only lasts for a fraction of a second, and you may feel warmth or a tingling sensation for a short time afterward. Our lasers use a chill tip that helps to cool the dermis and neutralize any discomfort.



Laser Therapy for Tattoo Removal


it is estimated that more than 50% of individuals who have a tattoo, later regret having it and want it removed. For the past 3
decades, tattoo removal was done using unsophisticated surgery techniques, all of which left individuals with a lot of scarring. However, with the recent advances in medical technology, laser therapy has become the gold standard for removal of tattoos. If you have a tattoo that you wish to have partially or completely removed, you should first consider your options and decide which method might be best for you.



Can all Tattoos be removed?

Unfortunately, not all tattoos can be removed completely, but the majority can be. Tattoos are meant to be permanent and with recent ink technology and professional tattoo artists improving their skills, tattoos imprinted in the last decade are very difficult to remove. Even with the best technique, some residual scarring remains in a few cases.



What determines the success of Tattoo Removal?

Complete removal of a tattoo is based on several things. The size, location, application, age, and color of the tattoo all factor in, as well as the health of the patient and thus their body’s ability to heal. Newer tattoos are generally more difficult to remove.



Does Tattoo Removal hurt?

Unfortunately tattoos are painful when they are placed on the skin and they are just as painful when they are removed. The lasers generate rapid pulses which may feel different to each patient, but are generally uncomfortable. To minimize the pain, the
physician will recommend taking Tylenol a few hours before the procedure. Pain medications that thin blood and promote bruising are not recommended. To further decrease the pain, the physician may apply a local anesthetic ointment on the tattoo a
few hours before the procedure. In some cases, the physician may inject a local anesthetic into the tattoo before the procedure.



How many treatment sessions are required?

Most simple tattoos are removed in 2-4 treatments scheduled about 4-8 weeks apart. Removing complex tattoos often requires
a series of treatments spaced approximately 8 or more weeks apart. Professional tattoos usually require 6-10 treatments for complete clearing. A large, professional color tattoo can cost thousands of dollars to remove, and the success of the procedure may not be guaranteed.