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Woman Laser Treatments


  • Face( Lip + Chin + Sideburns) – $75
  • Bikini- $90
  • Brazilian- $130
  • Full Legs- $245
  • Half Legs- 165
  • Buttocks-$100
  • Full Arms- $110
  • Half Arm- $80
  • Lip or Chin- $40
  • Lip + Chin – $65
  • Underarms- $95
  • Unibrow- $40
  • Sideburns- $40
  • Toes or Ears- $25

Male Laser Treatments


  • Chest or Abdomen- $210
  • Chest + Abdomen- $375
  • Back (Full) – $250
  • Neck – $55
  • Toes or Ears- $25
  • Full Legs- $295
  • Half Legs- $225
  • Arms- $150
  • Shoulders or Lower Back – $100
  • Unibrow- $40

What is Laser Hair Removal?
Laser Hair Removal is a minimally invasive treatment that uses laser/light energy to target unwanted hair, inhibiting it’s ability to regrow, resulting in silky smooth skin!

How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?
IPL technology uses a broad spectrum of pulsed light wavelengths that penetrate into the pigment residing in the hair follicle. The pigment then absorbs these pulses of light, which then converts to heat energy, and permanently damages the hair follicle. With consistent sessions, this process destroys the follicle and slows the regrowth of hair by up to 90%

Which Areas Can Laser Hair Removal Treat?
Laser hair removal can help eliminate unwanted hair nearly anywhere on your body. However, the treatment works best on areas with thicker hair that contain more melanin (pigment) — like the arms, underarms, bikini, legs, and back.

How Long Does Laser Hair Removal Take?
The duration of your service depends solely on the size of the area you are having treated. The vast majority of treatments take approximately 60 minutes or less!

Does laser hair removal hurt?
Laser Hair Removal can cause mild discomfort, but it is not painful. Most clients will feel a slight snap when the laser targets the follicle. 

What Happens After Treatment?
After a Laser Hair Removal treatment, your skin may have some sensitivity that is comparable to a sunburn. To ease discomfort you may apply a cool compress to these areas.

Why do I need multiple laser hair removal sessions?
Hair follicles grow in phases. There are countless hairs within an area, while some hair follicles are growing, others are laying dormant. Since every hair follicle is in a different stage, typically 6-8 treatments are needed to target each hair during its specific growth phase spaced every 4 weeks.

Why is Laser Hair Removal for Darker Skin Tones Different than it is for Lighter Skin Tones?
Laser hair removal uses highly-concentrated beams of light to destroy the hair follicle. To reach the follicle, lasers target the melanin, or pigment, within the hair. Originally, lasers could only focus if there was a noticeable contrast between the hair and the skin, which is why the optimal candidate for laser hair removal was someone with dark hair and fair skin. Fortunately, today’s improvements in technology have made laser hair removal for dark skin tones highly safe and effective!

Prepping for your Laser Hair Removal Treatment (Precare):

Discontinue waxing/plucking/tweezing. You may only shave. Discontinue Tretinoin a least 7 days before your upcoming treatment. No Sun/Sunless Tan Exposure in the last 3-4 weeks. Shave area of concern within 24 hours of your upcoming treatment.

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Pre-Treatment Hair Removal Instructions

Don’t Pluck
Prior to a laser hair removal treatment, patients must abstain from tweezing, waxing, or any other unwanted hair treatment that removes hair from its root. There must be hair in the hair follicle for laser hair removal to work. The laser is attracted to the melanin, or pigment, of the hair. The hair must be in its anagen, or active, growth phase.

Don’t Tan
You should also avoid sun exposure in the 4-6 weeks prior to your laser hair removal treatment. Tanned skin has extra melanin, which attracts laser energy.

Don’t Moisturize
Right before your laser hair removal treatment, avoid applying any lotion, sunscreen, perfume, or other similar cosmetics to the surface of your skin.

Shave 1-3 days before your session. The idea is to have a nice, close shave, so that there is no hair outside the skin. It is best to have just enough hair to be visible so your laser technician knows what is to be treated. There may be some slight charring of the small amount of stubble that gets hit by the laser. So, if you notice an odor of singed hair, that’s normal.

Aftercare for Laser Treatments