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Shaving can be a time-consuming hassle, especially if it leaves behind red bumps or gets itchy. Before you know it, it’s time to shave again and you have to start the process all over. Simplify your life and make itchiness and ingrown hairs a thing of the past with LASER DEVICES. At A Beautiful Medical Spa, we can help you semi-permanently rid yourself of unwanted hair in just a few sessions.


1. Two weeks prior to treatment, discontinue using all alpha hydroxyl acid products (those containing glycolic or lactic acid), salicylic acid products, retinoids (Retin A, Renova, Differin, and Tazorac) and other topical acne medications such as benzoyl peroxide. If in doubt about using any product, please discontinue it and discuss with us at your appointment. No antibiotics and/or any photosensitive medications may be used during the time of treatment.

2. Shave the treatment area 1 or 2 days before laser hair removal.

3. Laser treatments are not recommended for tanned patients until the tan has faded. Sun exposure must be avoided between treatments for a minimum of three weeks before treatments. This includes sun exposure and tanning booths. Artificial tanning products must be discontinued two weeks prior to treatments. Always use a sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher throughout the course of your laser treatments.

4. Do not pluck, wax, or tweeze hairs lasered throughout the course of your laser treatments.

5. Patients with a history of herpes should be take an oral antiviral medication (Zovirax or Famvir) the day before treatment. Laser heat can trigger and/or reactivate the virus in the same way as sun, stress, and fever. Consult with your physician if you need a prescription.

6. At the time of treatment, laser protective glasses MUST be worn.

7. If consuming any hormone stimulating or anti-depression medication, client MUST notify Technician prior to treatment.


1. No DIRECT Sun Exposure or Tanning three weeks after laser treatment. Always use a sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher with ZINC oxide.

2. Extra hygiene care at home may be required.

3. DO NOT pluck, wax, or tweeze hairs being treated with laser.

4. Redness and swelling of the follicles/tissue may appear and can remain for 15 minutes up to few hours.

5. To reduce swelling, application of Hydrocortisone 1% or an antibiotic cream.

6. If scabbing, pustules, or follicle inflammation appear, apply Hydrocortisone 1% or an antibiotic cream such as Neosporin or Polypore for 2-3 days after the treatment and contact our office immediately.

7. DO NOT PICK SCABS for proper healing of the skin.

8. When treating facial area: Make up MUST be removed and can be used day after the treatment.

9. DO NOT TOUCH, RUB, and SCRATCH OR PICK the treated area.

10. Complete hair clearance can take 10-20 days after laser procedure.


Laser Hair Removal FAQs

How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?

Lasers use electric pulses and light to target hair follicles and destroy hair at the roots. Because the lasers target the darker pigment of the hair, the lighter skin surrounding the hair is not affected. By destroying the hair in the follicle, future hair growth becomes inhibited.

How Many Laser Hair Removal Treatments Are Needed?

In the natural hair growth cycle, some hairs are dormant while others are actively growing. Because of this staggered growth cycle, patients do need multiple sessions to target each hair in its “active” stage. The number of treatments required varies for different patients depending on the amount and type of hair and the area being treated. Most patients will need four to six treatments at four to six-week intervals.

Is Laser Hair Removal Painful?

Patients may experience some mild discomfort during the laser hair removal procedure. Most patients compare this feeling to a rubber band snap. This sensation generally fades soon after the procedure. After the treatment, a few patients report mild itching, redness, or swelling in the treated area, which should subside after a few days.

What Happens After Laser Hair Removal?

There is no downtime following laser hair removal. Patients are able to go about their day immediately after the treatment. Hair will start to fall out during or directly after the treatment, which should continue for roughly 21 days. Patients should avoid direct sun exposure for two weeks following the treatment and should refrain from waxing and/or tweezing while they are undergoing laser hair removal treatments.

Who Are The Best Candidates For Laser Hair Removal?

Laser hair removal can be performed on patients with any skin color or hair type. However, because the laser targets melanin in the hair follicle, dark hair is treated most effectively. Red, blond, and gray hair are not as easy to treat.

Never get razor burns, or ingrown hairs again
Never get razor burns, or ingrown hairs again
Precise targeting: Our lasers have settings for different hair types and are also calibrated to only target certain areas that have hair, leaving the rest untouched.
Fast treatments: Our hair removal lasers have the largest spot size to enable the treatment of several hair follicles at once. This makes for an efficient, fast, treatment. You can get your upper lip done in under one minute.
Money Savings: Laser Hair removal has an upfront cost, but once you’ve has your hair removed, its permanent. That means you will save big in the long term since you’ll no longer be paying for waxing, razors, or shaving gel.
Targets all locations: You can do laser hair removal on any region of the body. We’ve got you covered whether its armpits, bikini area or buttocks, you can count on us to make sure you get rid of any unwanted hair on any and all body areas.

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