What’s the best method to get rid of hairs on your face?

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What's the best method to get rid of hairs on your face?

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Thanks for your question and we always recommend that you consult with a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon to learn all of your treatment options. Laser hair removal today, in expert hands, is safe and effective to remove most unwanted hair.  A series of treatments are usually required and some maintenance also is required. Laser hair removal devices have become much more sophisticated over the past few years so we have numerous great solutions that we can provide for those wanting to remove unwanted hair.

Nashville Dermatologic Surgeon
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Laser Hair Removal -- Takes a series of treatments

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Lasers can remove the hairs from your face permanently. It will probably take several treatments to get the results you want. Please see an expert. Best, Dr. Emer

Jason Emer, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 207 reviews

Laser Hair Removal

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The best method to get rid of black unwanted hair on your side of face, chin, upper/lower lip and glabella would be Laser hair removal. Laser hair removal is performed by Certified Laser Hair Professionals that train and certify under the state. They are highly trained professionals to use the lasers that perform the treatment on you- It does take a series of treatments for hair to be removed from any area of the body because there is different stages that your hair grows in and unfortunately you have to catch the hair in the right growing stage to completely destroy the follicle. Treatments are usually every 4-6 weeks. I hope this helps you on your journey!:)

Chaitali Nangrani, MD
The Woodlands Family Physician
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