Spring is here, and we all know what that means. It’s pre-swimsuit season, with all the excitement (and terror) that dressing for warm weather and water can cause during particular months of the year.
One ever-growing concern that many of us have about summertime clothing issues is something that has a fairly easy solution: laser hair removal. It’s quickly becoming one of the most popular non-invasive cosmetic procedures, and it could make your transition into summer 2016 one of your easiest yet.
Laser treatments are a quicker, more permanent hair removal solution
Managing unsightly and painful ingrown hair doesn’t have to be part of your summer activities anymore. You can skip your usual razor, cream and plucking hair removal routines and opt instead for an in-office, no downtime procedure that actually does the job.
Hair removal meets science, and it works
When we laser away hair follicles, most patients are so please with the results that they may not give much thought to what actually happens to make the hair go away and stay away until the treatments are complete.
Laser hair removal works by producing a beam of high-intensity light that penetrates deep into skin tissue, delivering a controlled amount of heat that destroys the hair follicle without harming the skin.
If words aren’t quite enough
YouTube can be a great resource for people who would like to see how laser hair removal works. And for those who want to take an even closer look, check out a video by YouTube’s education science channel host Derek Muller. Using slow motion video, he is able to give viewers a look at science the science behind laser hair removal in action. In the video, you can see the hair practically sizzle out and die, leaving the skin smooth and hair-free.
If you’d rather see for yourself
The results of laser hair removal are long lasting — perfect for this summer and beyond. In about six treatments, you could be ready just in time to face the summer season with a new confidence. Call us for your first appointment today:(415) 788-3800.