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Most of our clients are able to discontinue treatments after 5-7 treatments if they follow the recommended treatment schedule. An occasional touch up is needed from time to time. It is also important to understand that results may vary depending on the individuals hair type, their stress levels, certain medications and different hormone levels. Some individuals will require more treatments than others.

Is laser hair removal permanent?
The FDA has cleared laser hair removal, regardless of the laser, for “Permanent Hair Reduction” only.
Based on our experience we believe that the hair treated will probably not re-grow. Each individual’s
treatment response may be different because of their hair or skin type and given that there are between
500 and 1000 follicles per square cm, of which many are dormant at the time of treatment, we have no
way of knowing if and when they may start growing due to stress levels, certain medications and different
hormone levels.

What if I have gray, white, blonde or red hair?
Since the laser is attracted to the pigment in the hair follicle these hair colors do not have enough pigment in them to be treated by the laser.

What skin types can be treated with the laser?
We can only treat Fitzpatrick skin types I-IV with our laser.

Do I have to take precautions during this process?
Avoid sun exposure at least two weeks before treatment. Do not bleach, pluck or wax 4 to 6 weeks before and after treatment. Wait for tanned skin to fade before beginning treatment.

How should I prepare for my laser hair removal appointment?
We prefer that our clients shave the day of their treatment. The less hair on the surface the more effective the laser treatment.