Why choose laser hair removal now? Hair removal is a regular part of anyones routine. Many of our laser hair removal Miami patients ask us, what is the best, most permanent solution for smooth hair free skin? While shaving and waxing is one of the most popular methods, laser hair removal and electrolysis are the only methods to provide you with the permanent results you are looking for. The major difference between laser hair removal and electrolysis and lasers is the actual method of killing the hair follicle, the length of time needed to perform the treatment and the pain that is associated with the procedure. Even though electrolysis is the only FDA method to “permanently” remove unwanted hair, here are 7 simple truths why millions of people will choose laser hair removal in Miami to avoid shaving and brag about their beach ready smooth kissable skin!
1 – Results, Results, Results!
Our laser hair removal clients are more then ok with not having 100% removal of hair. Laser hair removal is a form of permanent hair reduction – meaning that some of the treated hair follicles will become villus hair (thin, white, barely noticeable). This usually accounts for 10-15% of hairs that are left behind after laser hair removal. Some maintenance such as shaving may be required on a sporadic basis once or twice a month. These hairs are so thin that you will not even be able to see them on a regular basis.
2 – Laser Hair Removal requires much less time and investment!
Lasers are able to treat larger areas of the body such as back, chest, legs, bikini, underarms in as little as 15-45 minutes with much less pain and side effects. Electrolysis would take years our of your life and time to treat the same size area and the cost will just keep growing. Modern lasers uses a concentrated beam of light to effectively treat larger areas.
3 – Laser Hair Removal is noninvasive!
The process of hair removal with electrolysis involves sticking a needing into each and every single hair follicle. Whereas laser hair removal is done on the surface of the skin and the light travels into the dermis to distort the hair follicle with heat preventing it from growing hair in the future! Lasers offer much less risk of infection or any other side effect associated with electrolysis.
4 – Laser Hair Removal allows you to shave in-between appointments
Since the lasers target the hair at the root of the follicle without the need of the operator the see the hair, you are able to shave in between your appointments. With electrolysis, most technicians will ask you not to shave at least 2 weeks prior and let the hair grow out so they can see what needs to be treated. On some parts of the body, this may be ok, but who wants to let their underarm hair grow this long?
5 – No more ingrown!
Laser hair removal is the number one method to reduce and prevent ingrown hairs that are associated with shaving. Most ingrown hairs occur when the hair tried to push out of the skin and is not able to do so. In some cases, this causes inflammation, irritation and infection. During your laser hair removal in Miami, the laser will kill the hair follicle and completely prevent it from growing the hair. No hair growth, no in-growns, simple as that!
6 – Almost everyone is a great candidate for laser hair removal!
The laser light is attracted to the melanin of the hair follicle. The ideal candidates who have back, brown or light brown hair are almost always candidates for laser hair removal. Avalon Medical Spa recommends electrolysis for clients that have grey hair, blonde or red hair. In time, genetics and age will produce grey hairs – so start treating them before its too late!
7 – Dense hair is a breeze with laser hair removal
Electrolysis is considered to be the most painful when treated darker coarser hair on areas such as the face, back or bikini. Even though laser treatments are not completely pain free, in comparison with electrolysis, it is barely noticeable.
To find out more – call the Laser Hair Removal Experts in Miami and get ready for the summer with hair free smooth skin! To schedule a consultation call 305-918-2007 or email us at email@example.com