Laser Hair Removal
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The Spa 654 Club is Fredericton's Laser Hair Removal Medi Spa.
Laser Hair Removal is the most practical, least painful, most efficient and professional method of permanent hair removal. Sessions are quick and can cover large areas.
Laser Hair Removal treatments usually take six to eight sessions for the body and six to twelve for the face, each a few weeks apart to ensure that all unwanted hair is eliminated.
How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?
Laser Hair Removal goes right to the root of an unwanted hair problem, the hair follicle itself. Laser Hair Removal disables the follicle's ability to produce any more hair. Results with Laser Hair Removal can depend on the darkness of the hair and the stage of growth of the hair follicle - these things will determine the number of sessions required to get rid of all the unwanted hair.
Hair must be in a growth stage during treatment, which is one of the reasons why Hair Laser Removal requires several sessions: all follicles are not in the same stage at the same time. Plus, stages can last anywhere between 2 to 6 months. The three stages of hair growth are growth, regression and resting.
What Does Laser Hair Removal Treat?
Laser Hair Removal treats unwanted hair. The quickness of the treatment, combined with the long-lasting effects and large areas that you can treat at one session, definitely make it the solution of choice for thousands of people. Laser Hair Removal works on the face, underarm, bikini area, back, legs, arms and chest. Dark hair is more successfully treated than light hair and hair must be in an active growth stage.
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What Are Laser Hair Removal Treatments Like?
Sessions happen in office in a relaxing setting. The area to be treated is cleansed before the laser process begins. A wand or hand piece goes over the treatment area and delivers the light of the laser.
Most treatments last about 15 minutes with further sessions every 4 to 6 weeks; treatment duration and intervals depend on the size and location of the treatment area.