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Laser Hair Removal

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Laser Hair Removal


  • Small Area (lip, chin, underarm, bikini)

    • starts at $50​

  • Medium Area (1/2 leg, back, Brazilian)

    • starts at $350​

  • Large Area (full leg, chest)

    • starts at $400​

This simple and non-invasive procedure targets highly concentrated light to a specific depth, ends results permanently destroy hair follicles to remove unwanted hair. The procedure is effective on hair with pigment and therefore, may not be suitable for blonde, grey or true red hair. Most clients see sustained hair reduction after 6 to 8 treatments. This extremely popular procedure is a safe, effective and speedy way for removing unwanted hair down to the follicle. Skin in the area treated may be red for 24hrs, but is easily treated with aloe vera. Sun exposure in areas treated should be avoided for one week prior and post treatment.

How does it work?

Laser hair removal uses a process called selective photothermolysis. Heat from a laser destroys cells that have a lot of pigment (color). Since dark hair has a lot of pigment, it absorbs the most heat. Hair transfers heat to the hair follicles and destroys them, so hair can’t grow.

A hair follicle has to be in its anagen, or growth, stage for the procedure to work. Follicles are in different stages at different times, so most people need multiple laser treatments.

Candidates for Laser Hair Removal

Anyone with extra body hair can have laser hair removal. It’s usually a cosmetic procedure. It may improve your appearance or self-image. Many people also prefer not having to shave regularly.

Laser hair removal is most effective for people with thick, dark hair and light skin. The contrast between skin color and hair color makes it easier for the hair to absorb heat. It might not work as well for people with dark skin or hair that’s blonde, gray, white or red.

Curious how to prepare for your Lush MedSpa appointment?
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See our Pre-Treatment and Post-Treatment Guides.

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