Laser Hair Removal - Small Area
Laser hair removal is a non-invasive treatment that drastically reduces hair and delays future hair growth. During treatment, the laser produces a light that targets the pigment in the hair and travels to the hair follicle. The light then turns into heat, which then damages the hair follicles and results in long term hair reduction.
The laser is effective on hair that is in the ‘growth’ stage. Since hair grows in different cycles, treatments are typically spaced about 4 weeks apart to target the new hair. Multiple treatments are needed to get the most hair.
Small treatment areas include:
- Happy Trail
- Nape of Neck
This laser targets pigment, so if the hair is white, gray, or blonde, the laser will not work. All hair needs to be shaved prior to treatment. Do NOT tweeze or wax 4-6 weeks prior to your first treatment and throughout the duration of treatment.