Laser Hair Removal For Men – Busting the myths
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Our laser hair removal treatments cater to the 21st century Gentlemen. We remain the leading destination for men’s grooming, man-scaping and skincare needs.
It’s no secret that men also want to achieve smooth, clean and hair free skin. In this article we bust those myths to show you why it’s important for men to laser too!
Death to ingrowns!
Ingrown hairs are not our friends, they can be painful, irritating and can even effect our daily routine. When we shave and work out it creates the perfect environment for ingrown to attack! Men are now ditching the razor for longer lasting hair removal solutions. Laser hair removal technology ensures that ingrown hairs are eliminated and the skin has a smooth and imperfection- free finish.
There should be two!
Don’t attempt to pluck your own brows, we are sure at some point this has ended in disaster. We offer a number of Facial Laser Treatments that will help clean, sculpt and enhance your features. It won’t break the bank either!
No one is “too” hairy for laser
That’s right! Regardless of the amount of hair you have on your body you can also achieve permanent reduction. Typically male clients need between 6-10 sessions on any given area. These should be done every 4-6 weeks to start seeing results.
Will it hurt?
Candela GentleMax Pro technology is FDA and TGA approved. Using a dynamic cooling device it prepares your skin by spraying cool air to the treatment areas. The treatment can be compared to a warm elastic band flicking at your skin. Laser hair removal is visually painless and the results speak for themselves.
On the clock?
Using only the latest technology we can guarantee a much quicker treatment. Treatments can range from 5 minutes to 60 minutes depending on the areas you would like treated.
What’s trending? A smooth and sexy you!
Up to 85% of Australian men are now opting for permanent hair removal, with our most popular treatment areas for men being the chest, stomach neck and back. No area is off limits, our therapists will cater to your needs and personalise a treatment plan or you.
Your Next Step
Your unwanted hair will no longer be a problem! Smooth hair-free skin is just a click away!
Results Laser Clinics is one of Australia’s most trusted provider of Laser Hair Removal, Skin treatments & Cosmetic Injectables. Results Laser Clinic has 44 clinics nationwide & are committed to delivering results that make you look & feel your best.
Is Laser Hair Removal Safe for Pregnant Women?
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Is it safe for a woman to undergo laser hair removal when trying to conceive? This question has caused great concern for both pregnant patients and laser therapists.
During the nine months of pregnancy, common discomforts experienced by women include headaches, heartburn, body pains and insomnia. The hair removal discomforts include the act of bending down whilst shaving or enduring the pain of strip waxing. In the third trimester, most women become desperate and consider most effective hair removal methods such as laser hair removal.
Before discussing safety, it is imperative to understand the mechanics of laser hair removal. The hair is eradicated as a laser beam penetrates the skin to target the follicle. It has been clinically proven that the laser beam would not penetrate the skin enough to cause damage to the foetus or the pregnant woman.
The most effective hair removal method on the market is laser. The procedure results in an 85-99 percent reduction at the conclusion of the treatment program. The most commonly treated areas by women include the underarms, face and legs. While hair is normally treated within 6-10 treatments, hormonal changes as well as patterns of hair growth ultimately determine the actual number of required treatments.
The only time certain areas should be avoided are the Brazilian and abdomen during the final trimester. This is due to the fact that the baby is developing in those areas. Woman should also avoid treatment on the breasts as they are vital for breast feeding.
Note: This article is for informational purpose only. Please contact your doctor/dermatologist for proper guidance and information.