I am a man, early 30's, and I have hair on my shoulder blades and shoulders, can I use laser/IPL to remove the hair? (Photos)
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IPL for hair reduction
Thank you for your question duxxy. I understand your concern. IPL is a great treatment for facial rejuvenation. It can also be used for permanent hair reduction on the body. A series of 6-8 treatments is recommended. Sometimes more treatments are necessary. One maintenance treatment is recommended every 1-2 years thereafter.
Please consult with a doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!
Find an Experienced Provider with Good Equipment that is Regularly Calibrated
Newer lasers have features built in (such as sapphire cooling tips) to make them more comfortable. Some of the newer technology is also more efficient, allowing for lower energy settings to be used with better results and less discomfort. For any laser treatment, safety is the most important consideration. In the state of Texas, every new laser patient has to be seen by a medical practitioner. At that point, they can determine if you can be safely treated with their laser. We can safely treat any body part on any skin type with the Vectus Laser.
We recommend finding an experienced and reputable provider in your area with updated equipment. Calibration and power of the laser is important for a safe, comfortable and effective treatment. Find out what laser they will use and if it is under a maintenance contract. If their laser isn’t calibrated on a regular basis or is underpowered, your treatment may be painful or inefficient. We can't comment on the laser you mentioned. It doesn't have the power & features we required.
Laser hair removal
You have fair skin and dark hair so you would be a good candidate for laser hair removal. Have your sessions done in a doctor's office to avoid inappropriate treatment.
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