Say Goodbye To Your Razor
By Dermatology Associates
May 16, 2017
Category: Skin Care
Tags: laser hair removal  

Say goodbye to your razor with laser hair removal. You no longer have to endure daily shaving, painful waxing or tedious electrolysis laser hair removaltreatments. Laser hair removal is a quick and easy method for permanently reducing unwanted body hair. In Indianapolis, laser hair removal treatments are available at the office of Dermatology Associates. There, Dr. Sonya Campbell Johnson and her staff can help you decide if laser hair removal is right for you.

Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is a method for eliminating unwanted body hair long-term. A safe, gentle light is beamed across the skin in the treatment area. Melanin in the hair follicles absorbs this light and, subsequently, destroys hairs that are in the growth stage. Laser hair removal can be used to eliminate unwanted hair under the arms, on the face, on the arms and legs, in the bikini line area and almost anywhere else a patient desires. In Indianapolis, laser hair removal is a safe and effective way to remove hair long-term without damaging the surrounding skin.

Patients of all skin types can benefit from laser hair removal. Hair color, skin type and hair texture can affect how many treatments are needed. Some patients might achieve satisfactory results in just a few treatments, while others will need more. The average number of treatments needed by most patients is generally between three and six sessions to achieve the desired results. Multiple treatment sessions are needed since hair grows in cycles and not all hairs are in the growth stage at the same time.

Laser hair removal is a convenient way to remove unwanted hair without the regular hassles associated with shaving, waxing and other methods. If you are finally ready to say goodbye to your razor, visit Dermatology Associates in Indianapolis for laser hair removal. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Johnson, call the office at (317) 257-1484 or email at [email protected]

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