Lasre with LightSheer Diode Laser - Glendale, CA

I finally decided to get laser hair removal done...

I finally decided to get laser hair removal done after months of reading other reviews on this site.

There were 3 main factors that impacted my decision: (1) type of laser machine, (2) the pain/effectiveness level, (3) the facility.

After researching, I found that the diode type laser is safer, more effective, and yields better results in the long run. I visit their website several times and read all about their lasers. IN particular, the LightSheer Duet is the best in the industry. Next, the pain. I have a very low threshold for pain. I can't stand it, don't want it, try to avoid painful treatments at all costs. But I read that LightSheer is virtually pain-free. Now the facility. If I'm going to trust someone with my bikini area, I wanted to make sure I'm not going to some quack!

I actually checked online and found a place that was near my work in Glendale. Plus, it was near my favorite shopping area (acrosse from the Cost Plus Worldmarket, and the Habit Burger, yum-o). This place was amazing. A real find for a laser place in Glendale. The floors were so pretty and clean. The coffee was a nice complement, and the staff was so nice and professional. They are busy - so make sure you make an appointment. I walked-in and was at least able to get the price list and an appointment.

After three sessions (which was spaced out between 4 weeks intervals) I did notice a huge difference. After all the fuse and research I made over the laser hair removal treatment, I totally forgot I even had hair there! It seemed really natural for hair not be "down-there" - I really didn't even notice that my hair thinned and eventually fell-out. The once that did grow back were super fine - I just shaved it off and they really haven't grown back yet.

I really would recommend any woman to get laser hair removal on her bikini - ladies, there's no need to be hairy down there! If you do it, just make sure you choose a good facility - I think it makes a huge difference to feel calm and comfortable. Well worth it - I'd do it again

Touch of Class Medspa & Laser Center Glendale

It was actually a nurse that treated me. She really made me feel comfortable. She left the room when I took my clothes off and covered me appropriately when treating me (even though it's not like she's never seen a vagina before)!

5 out of 5 stars Overall rating
5 out of 5 stars Doctor's bedside manner
5 out of 5 stars Answered my questions
5 out of 5 stars After care follow-up
5 out of 5 stars Time spent with me
5 out of 5 stars Phone or email responsiveness
5 out of 5 stars Staff professionalism & courtesy
5 out of 5 stars Payment process
5 out of 5 stars Wait times
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Hi what laser did they use on you when it worked? Thanks
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I am a 30 year old white male with dark hair. I mean I had a 5:00 shadow at noon. My face was like the dude, John Hamm in Mad Men, I went to **tatoooff in encino. This was like 10 years ago and after three very embaracing treatments, my hair was gone for 6 months. But it was extremely patchy b/c I am white as can be and a dark beard. So then like 6 mos ago. I decided to do it again after 10 years. I tried the High Intensity Pulse Light and it was painless, but did not work. I mean a little bit of hair left but not much. So I did my homework on Lasers and found that the light sheer diode duel thing was the best. So I went to **tatoff again and they had it... after 4 treatments my hair was gone, but then after 4 mos. My hair in my moustach area grew back. So I go to **Tatoff and they doubled their prices from $120/treatment to $220/treatment. I was like forget that so I searched places that had that laser.... sure enough I went to the place in Glendale, off Glendale Ave. It was a spa and nice, cool people, and thourough, I mean I thought the other place left me patchy on purpose to keep me coming back.... but in Glendale it was only $100/treatment for my entire face/beard area. The only downside is that they do not believe in the numbing cream, so it hurt like a ****ch. Anyway, they said that the numbing cream clogs the pores and renders the laser less effective... totally made sense as I am in Medical School... So I went back 6 wks. later just to get all the small tiny spots of like 1 or 3 hairs, and remember I had a thick thick shadow beard, now it is as soft as, well soft, and I look 5 years younger! The trick is go to your dentist and tell him what u r doing and he can numb your entire face w/ novacaine thru your gums and do a nerve block. You wont feel anything at all for hours! One thing I learned after all these treatments is that it pays to come home, apply a ton of hydrocortisone cream and ice your face for an hour on then off for an hour for 12 hours... for two days. It brings the swelling down like 100% better then if you did nothing. As you will notice, after the treatment, you put ice packs on your face, and keep them in place w/ an ace bandage, you will look crazy but after that first hour your face melts the ice pack and is still hot to the touch when you take off the ice. You have to get it cool and fast or you will swell and get really red. Also stay out of the sun for a week... So with this laser the hairs take longer to exfoliate. (I know my spelling sux, but I am in a hurry)!!!! like 2-4 weeks for a man's beard. and they won't shave off for some reason.... go to a esthaticion and she will wax/squeeze/pluck them out so u dont look like a half shaven weirdo. but that was my experience and Glendale at $100/treatment is the place to go!!! any ?'s email me...! I have b4 and after picks! also razers are like $20 for 4 that lasted me 3 weeks.... now I shave once a it pays for itself every month! Remember it is not permanent, at least for me, but if I go every 6 mos. it takes care of it!
Good Luck!
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Hi ya I completely urdsnetand where you're coming from it is scary stuff to contemplate esp if you're getting 6 done! I haven't had it done for tattoo removal, but I've had it done for other stuff and like tattoos I suppose, its way more sensitive in some areas than others. I find it especially sensitive over the bone, dunno why. In a weird way, it feels exactly like how you would imagine it, hot and zappy if that makes sense.Its a different kind of pain to anything I've had before but you can minimise the pain heaaaappss by using an ice pack on the area you're about to laser immediately before the laser goes on and after you're finished that spot. Take your own if your doctor doesn't provide you with one. It numbs the area and, because its a hot kind of pain, it takes the sting out of it. Also dose up on panadol and nurofen an hour before that helps majorly too.The good thing about it is, the pain doesn't last, by the time you leave you will have no sensitivity (provided you don't go in the sun!) and you do see results really quickly if you have pale skin, you will probably notice some change after your first treatment, I know I did.How come you're getting them removed? Why don't you just cover them up with a concealer? My boyfriend is covered in tatts and when he wants to hide them for work or whatever, we cover them with Thin Lizzy concealer and it works a treat cheaper too xxx good luck, you'll be fine, promise its faster than getting a tattoo at least! )

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What is the place you went to is called?? Please Im trying to find a good place!
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The place in glendale is called touch of class medspa and laser center.... in glendale.
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The place in glendale is called touch of class medspa and laser center.... in glendale.
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hey what is the name of the place u got your hair removal from in glendale?
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The place in glendale is called touch of class medspa and laser center.... in glendale.
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Hi Sara, 

I'm glad this worked so well for you. Summer is always the time i think about doing this, good to hear positive reviews.

 Thanks so much, enjoy your weekend! 


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