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Quick and efficiently reduce your unwanted hair with laser hair reduction.

Throw away the razors! Forget tweezing! Laser hair reduction at our clinic can make all of this possible. Our Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and 1064 Laser systems can reduce your unwanted hair quickly and efficiently. Schedule Your FREE Consultation DermaSpa Monthly Specials

How does it work?

IPL and 1064 Laser makes hair reduction possible by targeting the hair follicle with light energy. This energy disables the follicle, preventing it from producing hair. The energy is attracted to the dark pigment at the base of the follicle.

How many treatments does it take?

Hair grows in three different phases: anagen (active growth phase), catagen (regression phase when the majority of growth has stopped), and telogen (resting phase when the hair is being shed in preparation for new hair growth). As with any type of light-based hair reduction (such as laser or IPL), the treatment is only effective during the anagen phase. At any given time, only a certain percentage of hair follicles are in this active growth phase. Therefore, the treatment will requires several procedures done about 6 weeks apart to be most effective.

Does it hurt?

IPL and 1064 Laser is very tolerable. Our systems have the newest in Pulsed Light and Laser technology. They have self-cooling tips that protect the surrounding skin while allowing the light to penetrate to the hair follicle. The procedure feels like the snap of a rubber band on the skin.

How long does a treatment take?

IPL and 1064 Laser are very efficient. The length of a procedure is obviously variable depending upon the size of the area being treated. In general, it will take about 15-60 minutes for your treatment from start to finish.

How does IPL differ from Laser?

Both IPL and Laser hair reduction work by the same principle. They both shoot light energy into the hair follicle. Laser emits only a single wavelength of light and uses a small circle of light per pulse. IPL emits a spectrum of wavelengths and uses a larger area per pulse. Based on your hair removal needs, we will select the system that is right for you!