Laser Hair Removal for Face & Body
Performed at our Duluth, GA medical office, north of Atlanta.
Tired of shaving? Our Atlanta laser hair removal specialists at Laser Lights Cosmetic Laser Center in Duluth, GA (north of Atlanta) provides an effective solution for eliminating unwanted hair on any area of the body with laser hair removal in about one hour. Popular areas for hair removal include: bikini area, legs, underarms, arms, face, back & chest.
Hair grows in cycles making multiple hair removal treatments necessary for long lasting results depending on how many treatments are completed and the time frame they are treated with our hair removal laser. The number of treatments required depends upon your skin color, hair color and hair texture. Laser Lights hair removal patients will require a minimum of 2-3 treatments as the process is only effective on hair during the early growing cycle. Maintenance sessions will be necessary to treat these follicles when they re-enter the early growth phase. For most patients, we generally recommend six visits for semi-permanent to permanent hair removal; although, some patients may need more. Visit our photo gallery to view before and after laser hair removal treatments.
Laser hair removal patients should discuss their desired results and expectations with their laser hair technician at the initial consultation. Together, you can decide if laser treatment is the best option for your hair removal needs. Laser Lights Cosmetic Laser Center’s laser equipment is FDA approved and safe for all skin types. We have medical grade lasers for different skin types, and our procedures include birth mark removal, wrinkle removal, freckle removal, vein removal, and tattoo removal. There is little pain associated with laser hair removal treatments and downtime is minimal.
Please contact our office at (770) 495-9322 for more information. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laser hair removal works by targeting the specific pigments in the hair. The hair absorbs the laser light and allows it to travel down to the follicle. The hair follicle is damaged in the process preventing future hair growth.