I'm looking for a Lightsheer Laser hair removal on my bikini line, how many treatments do I need?

I'm looking to get laser hair removal on my bikini line using the lightsheer diode duet. I have light skin and dark hair and have been told that I am overall a good candidate for the procedure. I was wondering approximately how many treatments I may need. I was also curious as to what I may expect to pay for each treatment (in Canada). Thanks!

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Laser Hair Removal with the Lightsheer

Thank you for your question.  Typically it will take between 6 to 8 treatments spaced out over a 6 to 8 week period between your sessions.  Normally it's about a 75% reduction in hair growth for most patients.  Most patients after their initial treatments will maintain their results with maintenance treatments 3 times per year.  Pricing will vary but expect to pay around $200.00 per treatment for the bikini area. 

Houston Plastic Surgeon
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LightSheer Laser Hair Removal

Usually 6 treatments are needed to get the best result from LightSheer laser hair removal.  These treatments are usually spaced about 4 weeks apart.  You may need to return for touchups once or twice a year, but you can expect 80-90% of the hair to be removed permanently.

Scott Greenberg, MD
Orlando Plastic Surgeon
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Lightsheer for Bikini Hair Removal

Hi Lima.  The Lumenis Lightsheer is a great laser, although the high speed portion of the device that is supposed to be less painful is also less effective so we would not recommend the larger handpiece.  

Our expectation for someone in your situation would be 6-8 visits, 6-8 weeks apart achieving 75% - 95% of the dark hair in that period.  

Not sure about the costs.  Good luck.

Harold J. Kaplan, MD
Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
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