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What is the Best Laser Treatment for Mens Nipples and Pubic Area Including Penis Etc?

I am tired of shaving all the time and would like to know about laser treatment for a mans nipples and public hair including penis.

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Best Laser for Men

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Thank you for your question.

As long as the area being treated has dark hair, the lasers should be effective and provide a nice result.  Generally, it does take 3-5 treatments.

Visit with an office with experience and that you feel comfortable in.

Best wishes.

Web reference: http://www.poustiplasticsurgery.com/Procedures/Procedure_laserHairRemoval.htm

San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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Laser hair removal for men

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Laser hair removal is quite effective when performed by experienced offices. There are several types of hair removal machines, and you want to make sure you go to an experienced office. The newer machines are either diode lasers or Alexandrite lasers, both of which are faster and give better results than the older IPL devices. As long as your hair is dark, either of these machines should yield good results. But again, it's more about the experience of the office!

Las Vegas Dermatologist
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Mens laser hair removal

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Laser hair removal works very well for mens chest and genital areas as long as the hair is dark. There are many types of hair removal lasers and devices that will give you a good result and choice depends upon skin caolor, tan and other factors. Go to an experienced laser practitioner
 for optimal results.

Web reference: http://www.sanctuarymedical.com

Boca Raton Plastic Surgeon
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Laser Hair Removal for Genital Area and Nipples in Men

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As long as you have dark hair, laser hair removal should work very well in these areas.  It may be a bit uncomfortable and takes several treatments, but you should be pleased with the results.

Beverly Hills Dermatologist
5.0 out of 5 stars 1 review

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