In response to the ever-increasing demand to remove unwanted hair on virtually any body area, the ability to offer superior results to the widest variety of patients is critical. At The Advanced Body Sculpting Institute of NE, we offer The LightSheer Diode Laser System to safely and effectively treat all skin types including tanned skin and the broadest range of hair colors, diameters and depths. The recognized “Gold Standard” for hair removal, this laser represents quintessential simplicity in a state-of-the art package.
How does it work?
Lasers work by destroying the blood supply to your hair follicles and/or the melanin in the hair follicle. When the blood supply is gone, the hair follicle will shrivel and die.
How many treatments are necessary?
Because hair grows in different cycles, you will need several treatments every 5-7 weeks apart from each other to treat all of the hair growth cycles of the hair follicles totaling 6 sessions.
When will I notice the results?
Approximately 3 weeks after your first treatment, you will see the initial results. At the end of the 6th session you should experience 85 to 95% permanent reduction of hair.
Does it hurt?
There is minimal or no discomfort since our laser technology has built in cooling elements to numb the skin at the same time the laser energy is being deployed. You may feel a mild stinging sensation which quickly goes away after the treatment.
Can I pluck or wax my hair in-between treatments?
No. Plucking or waxing pulls the hair out of the follicle and may disrupt the growth cycle. Shaving is permitted, and we will explain to shave-safe, in order to help prevent razor bumps and side effects.
What is the cost?
Advanced Body Sculpting of NE offers you our guaranteed best price for southeastern Massachusetts. If you can show us a serious proposed treatment offer with the same quality of treatment and for the same areas of the body, we will beat that price.
Who shouldn’t have Laser Hair Removal?
Pregnant women and anyone with active oral or genital herpes infections should refrain from having the procedure done. Women should wait until they are 2 months postpartum before starting treatment.