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Laser hair removal is an effective method for reducing and potentially eliminating unwanted hair. 


Laser hair removal uses concentrated beams of light to target the pigment (melanin) in hair follicles. The laser’s heat damages the hair follicles, inhibiting or delaying future hair growth.


Since hair grows in cycles, multiple sessions are needed to catch all hairs during their growth phase for optimal results. Laser hair removal typically results in significant hair reduction. Most people experience a 70-90% reduction in hair growth after a series of treatments.

While some hair may regrow over time, it tends to be finer, lighter, and less noticeable. Periodic maintenance treatments can help maintain results.

Effective on most parts of the body, including the face, legs, arms, underarms, and bikini line. Compared to shaving and waxing, laser hair removal offers much longer-lasting results.

Lasers can target dark, coarse hairs while leaving the surrounding skin undamaged. Each laser pulse takes a fraction of a second and can treat many hairs simultaneously. Small areas like the upper lip can be treated in minutes, while larger areas like the back or legs may take up to an hour.

Laser hair removal can reduce the occurrence of ingrown hairs, which are common with shaving and waxing.

Laser hair removal works best on individuals with light skin and dark hair due to the contrast between the pigment in the hair and skin. Advances in technology have made it more effective for a broader range of skin tones, but it may still be less effective on very light hair or very dark skin.

Typically, 6-8 sessions spaced about 4-6 weeks apart are needed for optimal results.

Laser hair removal is a highly effective method for long-term hair reduction. While it may not result in complete permanent hair removal for everyone, it significantly reduces hair growth and offers many benefits over traditional hair removal methods.


For the best results, it’s important to undergo treatment under Stefanie's supervision and follow pre- and post-treatment care instructions.

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