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Laser Hair Removal

Permanently Remove, Reduce Hair growth/Body Hair *** We provide safe, affordable, fast, and efficient service.

We cater to all SKIN TYPES.


We only use the state of the art CANDELA Gentle Max – FDA Cleared laser machine, the best and safest laser device to remove unwanted hair. During laser hair removal treatment, a laser beam of light passes through the skin, delivering a controlled amount of therapeutic heat to individual hair follicles safely and effectively. The intense heat of the laser damages the hair follicles, which inhibits, removes, reduces, delays future hair growth, In addition, LHR improves body and facial hair as well as eliminates ingrown hairs, and razor bumps.


For best results, multiple laser hair removal treatments are needed for initial hair removal and maintenance treatments might be needed as well, depending on hair type, the previous method of hair removal, and skin color.


Most areas are done in less than 5 minutes - 15 minutes, to as long as an hour, depending on the area and the condition being treated.

Before & After 

Pre & Post Laser Hair Removal Care Instructions

Pre-treatment Instructions:

  • Stop any topical medications, medications that may cause photosensitivity, (blood-thinning medications, antibiotics, Retin A, or skincare products 1 week prior to treatment.  If you start a course of antibiotics you cannot have a laser treatment while on antibiotics, wait 1 week afterward. Do not take Accutane for a minimum of 6 months.

  • No tanning / self-tanning of the skin before, immediately, or between treatments. Avoid the sun 4-6 weeks before and 2-4 weeks after the treatment.  Discontinue the use of self-tanning skincare products 1 week prior to treatment. Any residual tanning products should be removed prior to treatment.

    • Recently Tanned skin cannot be treated!

      • Tanned skin is more sensitive to heat, the client is at risk of burning, pigmentation, scarring, and serious damage of the skin, and less effective treatment. White spots may also develop after the treatment and this may not be clear for 2-3 months or longer.

  • No Waxing, tweezing, threading, bleaching, electrolysis treatment on areas to be treated 4-6 weeks prior to treatment.  Plucking or pulling hair out by the roots means there won’t be any hair for the laser to target.

  • Shave the day before your treatment schedule.  Show up with clean skin. Do not shave the face

  • Before leaving for your treatment, shower and wash your skin. Avoid any products on the day of treatment to the areas to be treated. Remove all makeup, dirt, oil, lotions, and moisturizer.

  • No Laser treatment: if you are pregnant or if you think you may be pregnant. Patients who have impaired immune systems due to immunosuppressive diseases such as AIDS, Lupus, Scleroderma, or the use of immunosuppressive medications. …Patients with current or history of Skin cancer or premalignant moles.

    • Patients with the current condition of any type of cancer.

    • Patients who have a pacemaker or internal defibrillator.

    • Patients with any surgical procedure in the treatment area within the laser three months or before complete healing.

    • Any active skin condition in the treatment area, such as sores. Psoriasis, Eczema, and rash

  • The use of topical numbing cream is optional.  Please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment if you wish to apply numbing cream, available for purchase


Post Treatment:

  • Immediately after your treatment, there should be slight redness, swelling around hair follicles, and mild discomfort similar to sunburn which may last up to 2 hours or longer. You may use a cold compress, or cold gel packs, topical hydrocortisone, chilled aloe vera gel to alleviate the discomfort.  An oral antihistamine, hydrocortisone, or Benadryl can be used as well.

  • Avoid sun exposure to reduce the chance of hyperpigmentation

  • Always use Sunblock SPF 30 and above,  apply several times daily. Continue to use Sunblock for the duration of your treatments.

  • Avoid anything that pulls hair out by hair the roots  ( Wax, tweeze, thread, or electrolysis treatment)  4-6 weeks post laser treatment. Shaving is permitted if needed in between intervals. For the face trim instead of shaving

  • Within 2-3 weeks after the treatment, hair will reach the shedding stage and begin to fall out Don’t pluck, tweeze or wax the targeted area, you can clean and remove the hair by washing or wiping the area with a wet cloth or loofa sponge

  • Resume use of usual topical agents when irritation resolves

  • No deodorant 24 – 48 hours if underarm was treated if redness still present, you may wish to use powder instead of deodorant to reduce irritation. Makeup or deodorant may be applied after the redness/irritation is cleared

  • Do not take a shower with warm/hot water within 24 hours use cold water only. Do not rub or pick the treated area, do not use any scrub loofahs or abrasive scrubs for 5 days

  • Avoid strenuous sports activities/saunas/ Jacuzzi for 3 days

  • Untoward Post Laser treatment reactions such as burning, blistering, scabbing, crusting, redness, scarring, hyper/hypopigmentation in rare cases may result, may not appear for 1-2 weeks and in rare cases may last for a month or longer. If such untoward responses occur laser treatment should not be performed until such reactions return to normal.

Multiple treatments over a period of several months may be required, and maintenance treatments are very important and required to maintain the desired response

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