*Disclaimer: We are unable to guarantee any results for this program, and results may vary.
*Individual Results May Vary
How does laser hair removal work?
During a laser hair removal treatment session, a safe and effective laser is applied to your skin in the targeted area. The concentrated light is absorbed by the dark pigment in your hair follicles, which destroys them. The surrounding skin is left alone. Laser hair removal treatments can target many hairs at the same time.
Am I a candidate for laser hair removal?
Although laser hair removal is a great option for individuals with unwanted hair who are tired of waxing or shaving, not everyone is a good candidate for the procedure. Areas on the body with tattoos or tattoed makeup cannot respond effectively to laser hair removal treatments. And although laser hair removal can be effective for individuals with sensitive skin, you should make sure you share your concerns about sensitive skin with your medical professional ahead of time.
Laser hair removal is most effective on individuals with lighter skin tones and a darker hair color. However, anyone with healthy skin can see good results. Prior to your treatment for laser hair removal in Foothill Ranch, you will talk with one of our medical professionals about whether or not the treatment is a good fit for your skin and hair type.
How does Laser Hair Removal work?
Your medical professional will give you a list of things you can do too prepare for your laser hair removal in Foothill Ranch. For example, you may need to stay out of the sun for a while in order to minimize side effects from the treatment. You should also avoid any hair removal methods such as plucking or waxing in the time leading up to the treatment, since this will disturb the hair follicle.
During the treatment, you will feel mild pinches as the laser operates. The discomfort is brief and minimal. If we are treating a particularly sensitive area, you might need to use a numbing cream first. Most individuals need about six treatments per area, depending on the thickness of the hair and its location.
After the session, you’ll likely experience mild redness and swelling.