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Laser Hair Removal

Small Areas $35

Lip & chin, areolas, fingers, toes, ears, nose, glabella (in between eyebrows).

Medium Areas $50

Bikini line, underarms, full face, neck (front or back), hands & fingers, feet & toes, arms (upper or lower).

Large Areas $75

Brazilian & navel strip, buttocks, chest, abdomen, full arms, neck (front & back), back (upper or lower), legs (upper or lower).

Extra Large Areas $200

Chest & abdomen, full back, full legs.

Packages:

6 Small Treatments $150

6 Medium Treatments $250

6 Large Treatments $375

6 Extra Large Treatments $1000

What to do before my Laser Hair Removal Treatment:​

  • You should arrive for your treatment with clean skin. There should be no lotion, make-up, perfume, powder, deodorants/antiperspirants or bath/shower oil present on the skin in the area to be treated.

  • The treatment area(s) must be shaved closely and thoroughly 24-48 before each treatment session. 

  • Ensure that you've had little sun exposure 2 weeks before.

  • No tanning (sun or self-tanner) 2 weeks before.

  • Cannot be done on compromised skin (sunburned/wind burned skin, active rashes, etc.).

  • Discontinue all exfoliating products 5-7 days before. This includes scrubs, cleansing brushes, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, retinol derivatives, topical acne treatments, etc.

  • Do Not tweeze, wax, sugar, use depilatory creams or electrolysis as a method of hair reduction at least 4 weeks prior to your first treatment or while doing laser treatments. Instead, you can shave the area.

  • If you have a history of herpes 1 (cold sores) or 2 (genital) outbreaks in the area of treatment you should consult your primary care physician for medical evaluation and possible prophylaxis prior to treatments.


What to do after my Laser Hair Removal Treatment:​

  • Mild sunburn-like sensation is expected. This usually last 2-24 hours but can persist up to 72 hours.

  • You can apply cold gel packs or cool wet cloths to the treatment areas for 15 minutes every 2-4 hours until symptoms subside.  Aloe vera gel may be applied to soothe the skin. Hydrocortisone may be applied to soothe any itching.

  • Bathe or shower as usual. Treated areas may be temperature sensitive. Cool showers or baths will offer relief.

  • Avoid aggressive scrubbing, use of exfoliants, scrub brushes, and loofa sponges until the treatment area has returned to its pretreatment condition.

  • Avoid sun exposure to treated areas, as well as the use of sun tanning beds and self-tanning creams.

  • SPF 30 or greater EVERY morning- wear protective clothing, hats, and sunglasses, etc.

  • Appearance of hair growth of stubble will continue for 7-35 days post treatment. This is not new hair growth, but the treated hairs being expunged/purged from the skin.

  • Hairs that were in the resting phase at the time at the time of treatment may enter the active phase in 1 to 6 months depending on the body area.

  • Avoid vigorous physical activity, pools, saunas, hot tubs for 48hrs.