You know just how painful it can be to cut yourself with a razor while shaving. If you have sensitive skin, you know how uncomfortable it is to deal with razor burn and ingrown hairs. With all of the problems that razors cause, it is a wonder that people keep using them. However, the alternative is worse. Most people do not want unattractive and embarrassing hair on specific areas of their face and body. We would like to show you how you could throw away your razor with laser hair removal.
How You Can Say Goodbye to Your Razor
This treatment uses lasers to disable hair follicles in areas on your body where you no longer want to see hair growth. The results are designed to be long-lasting. Some individuals actually enjoy permanent hair removal or reduction. The great thing is that even if you do experience some hair regrowth after the recommended amount of treatment sessions, the hair that does grow back is going to be lighter and thinner than the hair that you currently have right now. It will be a lot more manageable.
Most people can expect to go through a series of laser hair removal treatment sessions if they want the longest-lasting results. These are spaced apart in a way that allows us to target as many hairs that are going through an active growth phase as possible.
You should expect your treatment sessions to be short and convenient. One thing that will determine how long your treatment sessions last will be the areas on your body that you would like to have treated. For example, if you are just coming in to have hair removed from above your upper lip, you may only need a couple of minutes for the treatment. If the area is larger, like your legs, the treatment session will take a little bit longer.
Are You a Good Candidate?
Lots of people say that there are only certain people who can benefit from laser hair removal. That was actually the case not that long ago. However, laser technology has advanced. This means that we can use different forms of treatment in order to help more people get rid of unwanted hair.
In some cases, it is best to use a form of laser treatment that causes heat to disable hair follicles. In other cases, it is better to use lasers to transmit light to accomplish the same goal. When you visit us for your initial consultation, we can show you the options that we have available and recommend one that we think will give you the best results.
If you are ready to throw away your razor, make an appointment at Peak Medical Clinic so that you can learn more about laser hair removal. We have multiple offices located in Medford, Eugene, Roseburg, and Klamath Falls. Contact us today to book your consultation!