Since civilization began, women have been removing facial and body hair. Men are now seeking cosmetic services that were traditionally reserved for women.
Whether you want to remove hair to enhance your physical appearance, of if it’s necessary due to a physiological disorder, leading authorities agree that laser and electrolysis are the only safe and effective methods to permanently remove hair.
Many people seek treatment at some point in their lives for a variety of reasons. The physical and psychological benefits of permanently removing unwanted hair are very rewarding. We hope the information that follows will help relieve your anxiety about looking to solve your hair problem permanently.
Laser and electrolysis are both comfortable procedures. Sometimes due to the proximity of particular nerves or the sensitivity of some areas, slight discomfort may be experienced.
However, with electrolysis, there is usually the equivalent of a pinprick or a mild sudden warmth. We use various techniques to ensure a comfortable treatment.
Getting rid of unwanted facial and body hair has been a problem for hundreds of years
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Electrolysis is the only permanent way to remove hair. When the papilla is treated properly, it can never grow hair again.
We are treating second and third generations in many families that can attest to this. All other methods of hair removal are only temporary.
Every patient is treated with a sterile and disposable probe. You are not required to buy or keep your own probe.
The same sterile procedures that are used in any medical office can be expected in our offices.
Any area can be treated successfully. The most common areas for women are the lip, chin, sideburns, eyebrows, neck, chest, stomach, arms, legs, and bikini area.
For men, common areas are between the brows, on the tip of the nose and ears, neck, back, chest, and beard area.
Discuss your personal preferences and the results you’d like to achieve with us.
The ingrown hair is a constant irritant to men who shave. Sometimes ingrown hairs can cause pustules and infections. Removing these hairs permanently is the only solution.
Great consideration must be given to the qualifications of your chosen specialist. Equally important are the sterile procedures and the professional office you are treated in.
The temporary methods used over the years to remove unwanted hair will be more expensive in the long run, not to mention the worry and aggravation you will have that comes with excess hair. We often hear from our patients, "If I had known so little was involved, I would have been here long ago."
This is a difficult question to answer for the following reasons, all of which can affect hair growth.
All temporary methods will involve cutting or pulling. What you did previously to remove your hair will determine the amount of time needed.
The type of hair you have, wavy, straight, thick, coarse, fine, or curly will make a difference.
If your skin overly sensitive, we can proceed at a slower pace.
The source of your hair growth and the regularity of treatments.