LASER HAIR REMOVAL IN PROVIDENCE, RI | PERMANENT HAIR REDUCTION
Laser hair removal is the number one choice for permanent hair reduction. This popular cosmetic treatment attracts millions of men and women each year who desire the youthful appearance of smooth, silky skin. Recent advancements in cosmetic technologies, such as the DIOLAZE laser system, make laser hair removal safer, faster, virtually painless, and more effective than ever. Popular treatment areas include the back, chest, legs, and arms, as well as more sensitive areas, such as the armpits, nipples, upper lip, and bikini area.
Throw away the razor and embrace the future of permanent hair reduction. Learn more about removing unwanted body hair by scheduling a complimentary consultation with the Center for Medical Aesthetics, a premier skin and laser spa and the preferred provider of Laser hair removal in Providence, RI. Contact the Center for Medical Aesthetics online or by calling (401) 490-0244 today.
BENEFITS OF LASER HAIR REMOVAL
BENEFITS OF LASER HAIR REMOVAL
- #1 choice for permanent hair reduction
- Long-lasting results
- Scientifically proven as safe and effective
- No downtime
- No more waxing, tweezing, or shaving
- Reduce painful ingrown hairs
- Advanced technology is safe on most skin types
- More comfortable treatments
- Fewer Treatments: Reduce more hair, faster.
- Target light colored hair
- Bare, beautiful skin
- Treatments by Providence’s leading skin & laser spa
LASER HAIR REMOVAL BEFORE AND AFTER*
Laser hair removal before and after images reveal the silky, smooth skin that people enjoy with this popular method of hair reduction. As with any cosmetic procedure, results may vary. However, individuals depicted in these pictures are real patients, demonstrating real results, and highlight the amazing hair reduction that is possible when a reputable provider performs the treatment using the industry’s most advanced technology.*
HOW DOES LASER HAIR REMOVAL WORK?
The hair removal laser reduces unwanted body hair by essentially destroying the hair follicle in a process called “selective photothermolysis” (“photo” = light + “thermolysis” = to destroy with heat). To protect the skin during the treatment, the laser’s wavelength is specifically calibrated to penetrate the melanin within the hair’s root. Melanin is the dark pigment that gives hair its color. When the pigment absorbs the laser’s energy, the follicle is damaged, permanently disabling its ability for regrowth.¹
PHASES OF HAIR GROWTH
Human hair cycles through three phases of hair growth and shedding: anagen, catagen, and Telogen. Any given strand of hair will be in one of these three phases. In order for the hair follicle to absorb enough thermal energy to disable it during a laser hair removal treatment, the strand of hair must be in the “anagen” phase (the most active phase) of hair growth. Of the three phases of hair growth and shedding, the anagen phase is when the hair contains the most melanin, making it the phase where laser hair removal is most effective. Usually, only 20 to 30 percent of your hair is in the anagen phase at any given time.²
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
Typically, multiple laser hair removal treatments are needed to catch every hair while the strand is in the anagen stage. The exact number of treatments depends on the area of the body (some areas take 2 cycles, some areas may take five treatments,) as well as your unique physiological response to the treatments, and other factors which will be discussed during your complimentary consultation.
HOW MUCH DOES LASER HAIR REMOVAL COST?
Laser hair removal cost varies per patient depending on several factors, such as the treatment area, the number of treatments needed, and whether or not the patient has purchased a treatment package or is combining laser hair removal with other cosmetic procedures.
During your complimentary consultation with the Center for Medical Aesthetics, your personal laser technician will discuss Laser hair removal prices in detail. If this form of permanent hair reduction is right for you, your specialist will help you customize a treatment plan tailored to your needs, your aesthetic goals, and your budget.
LASER HAIR REMOVAL WITH THE DIOLAZE XL
Offering patients the most advanced technology in hair removal lasers, the Center for Medical Aesthetics provides laser hair removal treatments using the popular DIOLAZE XL from InMode. The DIOLAZE XL distinguishes itself from the competition by utilizing an advanced diode laser system that combines high peak power and large spot size. This delivers a hair removal system that combines the best in speed, safety, and comfort, to make laser hair removal faster, less painful, and more effective than ever.²
LASER HAIR REMOVAL TREATMENT AREAS
With the advanced DIOLAZE XL Laser hair removal system, the Center of Medical Aesthetics can reduce hair from head to toe, including the most stubborn hairs or light-colored hair. Areas that are commonly treated include:
- Facial hair removal from the eyebrows, upper lip, ears, etc.
- Leg hair
- Chest hair
- Back hair
- Neck hair
- Arm and Armpit hair
- Pubic hair (bikini area)
- And other areas of unwanted body hair
DOES LASER HAIR REMOVAL HURT?
Laser hair removal used to hurt. However, with the right technology, it doesn’t have to anymore. Equipped with triple contact cooling, Laser hair removal using the DIOLAZE XL is virtually painless.
LASER HAIR REMOVAL NEAR ME
Throw away the razors, tweezers and goopy waxes and enjoy the youthful aesthetic of bare, silky smooth skin with Laser hair removal. Learn more and discover if this method of permanent hair reduction is right for you by scheduling a complimentary consultation with the Center for Medical Aesthetics, conveniently located in Providence, RI. You can contact the Center for Medical Aesthetics by filling out the online form below or calling the center at (401) 490-0244.
¹ Evidence-based review of hair removal using lasers and light sources. Published in the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology in 2006.
² Laser hair removal: a review. Published in the journal of Dermatological Surgery in 2013.