If you’re already thinking of summer plans filled with shorts, bathing suits, and tank tops, then you might be thinking to yourself…
“When should I get laser hair removal?”
The Best Time to Start Laser Hair Removal
While laser hair removal can be permanent, it’s not exactly a quick-fix solution. Most people will find that it takes between five to seven treatments before they see smooth results from their laser hair treatments. Since laser hair removal treatments should be done at intervals of four to six weeks, that means right now is the best time to start your laser hair removal treatments – especially if you want to be smooth and sexy for the summer!
What to Expect From Your Laser Hair Removal
At A Beautiful You Medical Spa in Memphis, Tennessee, our laser hair removal experts are committed to providing you with the kind of results that will get you ready for summer. We use the Soprano XL laser to deliver ideal results, as this technology features the following benefits:
- Longer wavelengths allow the laser to penetrate the follicle much deeper than other lasers;
- This treatment can be used on a variety of skin types and colors, making this an ideal option for everyone; and
- The laser’s longer wavelength also achieves results faster than other technologies.
When checking into A Beautiful You Medical Spa for your treatment, a staff member will apply numbing cream to the treatment area; after this step, laser gel is applied to help magnify the power of the wavelengths. After the treatment has been conducted and the laser gel cleaned up, you’ll schedule your next treatment session.
It’s a fast and virtually painless procedure, with sky-high client satisfaction ratings!
With laser hair removal from A Beautiful You Medical Spa, there’s no need for shaving, waxing, or other treatments. In fact, A Beautiful You Medical Spa even offers two free touch-up treatments after you’ve undergone your main regimen, which ensures that you continue to look smooth in addition to the A Beautyful Medical spa Promise which includes any future single treatments at 75% if should ever need one.