I am 27 years old and have hair on my breasts. What is the best way to permanently remove the hair without scarring?
Best Way of Removing Breast Hair?
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Laser hair removal for breast
Laser hair removal for men of the back, neck, chest and shoulders are some of our most requested procedures. Male athletes must remove hair of the body some way in order to perform.
We have all heard about Brazilian Bikini waxing. Well, what about Brazilian bikini lasering? We do that too. What exactly is a Brazilian bikini laser? Well, that part is up to you. During the consultation process, you let the technician know just what areas you want treated, and any areas you want untreated.
A medical office with many years of experience in laser hair removal will not be surprised to hear that man wants his ears and nose treated with a hair removal laser. Likewise, an experienced laser hair removal office will have ample experience performing laser hair removal on any area of the face or body of a woman.
Laser Hair Removal in Columbus, Ohio
Breast hair can be treated safely and effectively with Laser Hair Removal. Schedule a consultation with a reputable office for a consultation. Upon evaluation, the cosmetic therapist or RN will be able to discuss the risks and benefits of the procedure. At The Sullivan Centre in Columbus, Ohio, we used the Lumenis LightSheer Duet laser. This state-of-the-art system allows for patient comfort while effectively treating unwanted hair.
Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal has been the gold standard for the past 10 years in removing hair. Laser hair removal is more efficient and permanent than most other options.
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Permanent Hair Removal
Thank you for your question.
Laser hair removal is the most effective, non-invasive way to permanently remove hair. Laser hair removal targets pigment so it works best with darker hair. In our San Francisco Bay Area practice we have an Nd:YAG laser that is highly effective for permanent hair removal and works great for all skin types.
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Laser hair removal really works
laser hair removal works remarkably well and has a high patient satisfaction rate. its not a miracle though. you need to go to a reputable doctor who uses good lasers and who stands behind their work. you also need to have realistic expectations. its really permanent hair reduction, because not every single hair is gone forever, and it will take multiple treatments.
Laser hair removal for unwanted breast hair
Laser hair removal works by photothermolysis and is ideal for hormonally regulated hair on the breasts. Multiple sessions will be needed.
Laser Hair Removal on Breasts
Laser Hair Removal on the breasts is more common that you might think and luckily, it's very simple and easily tolerated. We have two different lasers in our practice that can address unwanted hairs on the breasts. Also, we have two highly skilled, professional female laser experts that can do your treatment. As long as the patient is not allergic, currently pregnant or breast feeding, we can apply topical numbing cream prior to the procedure but most people tolerate the laser without the need of numbing. The results are excellent. Let me know if you need any additional information!
Electrolysis is the only PERMANENT hair removal technique
Laser hair removal is very effective and safe in the right hands... (be careful), but it is truly "permanent reduction" and not "permanent removal". Electrolysis is the only permanent hair removal technique. Both laser and electrolysis require multiple treatment sessions.
Laser for breast hair - yes!
Laser hair removal for hair on the breast is a safe and effective procedure. It may take 4-6 treatments or so to get rid of all of the hair. If you have a dark skin type, then make sure that a laser like Nd:Yag is used which is particularly safe for dark skin. Another option to consider for permanent hair removal would be electrolysis.
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