The hottest new trend for men and women to rid themselves of excess or unwanted body hair is called laser hair removal. It is taking the cosmetics industry by storm.
Now men and women can say goodbye to painful, costly, time-consuming, and non-permanent ways of removing body hair. They can say goodbye to their tweezers, razors, bleach, and wax products. Men and women will no longer have to treat their hair every few weeks when it grows back. The hassle of removing unwanted body hair is over.
There is now a permanent solution available. Laser hair removal treatment can be expensive upfront, but think about how much money will be saved in the long run. After just a few treatments the hair will be gone for good and you’ll never have to worry about hair growing in that body area ever again. You’ll save both time and money in the end.
You may have to shell out large amounts of money during the laser hair removal treatment but in the end it actually saves you money. Think about all of the money you spend on buying shaving, waxing and bleaching products each month over the years.
The cost of the old methods of temporarily removing body hair can add up because you have to do it so often. Here’s an example. If you are a man that has unwanted hair on your back, it probably costs you about $100 each time you go to the salon to have it waxed. You may need to go to the salon around ten times a year.
That’s a total cost of $1,000 a year and the hair isn’t even permanently removed! Now, for the same amount of money, you can go to a laser hair removal clinic and have two procedures done and never see the hair grow back again. So you see, it’s worth the price in the long run.
If you are about to spend that kind of money, you want to make sure that laser hair removal is permanent. Well, rest assured, it is. Laser hair removal is not a topical treatment. The laser penetrates deep into the skin and goes after the hair follicles that lie beneath your skin.
The laser emits heat which burns the hair follicles causing them to die and never grow back. Depending on the body area, you may need to have multiple treatments performed but by the end the hair will be gone, never to return.