FAQs About Laser Hair Removal
Q1. Is laser hair removal permanent?
When done properly, laser hair removal produces permanent results in about 80-90% of patients. This means that hair will never grow back. In addition, some patients with difficult-to-treat hair find that they can achieve excellent results by receiving follow-up treatments once or twice a year. Contact us for a free professional consultation
Q2. How much does laser hair removal cost?
The cost depends on the area treated and the number of treatments. In general, it ranges from $10.00 for a single upper lip treatment to $900.00 for a full leg package of 6 treatments.
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Q3. How does laser hair removal compare to eclectrolysis?
Both laser hair removal and electrolysis are effective at permanently removing unwanted hair. However, laser hair removal is much more efficient for large areas (such as legs, chest and back) because it treats many hairs at a time. Electrolysis, on the other hand, only treats one hair at a time and is therefore appropriate for small areas. This difference also makes electrolysis very expensive for larger body areas.
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Q4. Who will perform my laser hair removal procedure?
At The White Room Laser Clinic, all laser hair removal procedures are performed by fully trained, highly experienced, dedicated laser hair removal technicians. They have treated hundreds of patients and have an excellent track record of delivering outstanding results.
We use latest SharpLight Technology for professional Laser Hair Removal / Reduction treatment at our Kitchener Ontario location. Contact our laser hair removal team today for a free consultation.
Q5. Will It Work on My Skin Type and Hair Color?
Laser hair removal works on almost every skin type-from very light-skinned people (or what’s known as Type I on the Fitzpatrick scale, a skin-typing test) all the way up to Type V or even VI (which is dark skin). Contact us now for a free consultation.
Q6. How Long Does It Take?
The actual procedure time depends on the area being treated. Each hair follicle is zapped in a millisecond, so a small area (such as the armpits) will take less than five minutes to complete, while a larger area (such as the legs) might take a half hour or more. Contact our team for a free consultation and to get all your questions answered today.
Q7. Where Should I Remove Hair?
The only place we recommend you avoid is around the eyes-eyebrows (including a unibrow), upper cheeks, and temples because of the risk of eye damage from the laser. But everywhere else gets the green light. Contact our laser hair removal team now for a free consultation
Q8. How does laser hair removal work?
Laser and light sources produce a bright beam of light that is preferentially absorbed by melanin (the pigment in hair) thus causing damage to the hair shaft and follicle without damaging the surrounding tissue. Check out our laser removal prices and promotion now or contact us for a free consultation today.
Q9. How many laser treatments does it take?
Depending on the density of hair, hair colour and hormonal factors, the number of treatments required varies from 6-10, spaced 4-6 weeks apart for the face and 6-8 weeks apart for the torso, and 8-9 weeks apart for the legs.
With each treatment there is cumulative damage to the hair follicle and this results in a progressive reduction in the number and diameter of the hairs. There are also several stages of hair growth and hairs in the active growth phase are more responsive to the laser. Both of these facts explain why multiple treatment sessions are required. Check out our laser removal prices and promotion now or contact us for a free consultation today.
Q10. Does laser hair removal hurt?
Clients describe the sensation to be similar to a small snap of an elastic band. Our SharpLight laser uses a cool spray that pulses directly before and after the laser beam, making the treatment quite comfortable. Check out our laser removal prices and promotion now or contact us for a free consultation today.
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