Do you want to look and feel your best in your holiday dress this year? If you're nervous about showing some skin at your holiday party, it could be time to consider laser hair removal. Here are a few reasons why.
Shaving and waxing might get the job done in a pinch, but neither procedure is very kind to your skin. When you opt for shaving or waxing, you could be left with a nasty skin rash. This is an especially common occurrence for people who have sensitive skin and prefer waxing over shaving. While laser hair removal may leave some redness after each treatment, it's ultimately much safer for your skin than waxing or shaving. And when you consider that laser hair removal is virtually pain-free, this cosmetic dermatology procedure should definitely be your preferred hair removal method.
In addition to creating amazing results, laser hair removal is also an incredibly efficient procedure. When most people spend almost 70 hours getting rid of body hair every year with traditional hair removal methods, getting some of that time back is absolutely precious. Even waxing isn't as efficient as laser hair removal because you need treatments more frequently. Not to mention bi-weekly trips to the salon that do nothing to prevent unwanted hair from growing back. With more efficient and precise laser technology, laser hair removal is the more efficient hair removal option.
When you want excellent results for hair removal from your cosmetic dermatology services, investing in laser hair removal treatments is a no-brainer. Not only does laser hair removal, as the name suggests, help remove unwanted hair from your body, but multiple sessions can actually help prevent unwanted hair from growing back at all. What does this mean for you? It means time saved shaving and waxing, as well as smooth skin that lasts for months on end. Laser hair removal is one of the best cosmetic dermatology treatment options if you're looking for an effective hair removal method without the hassle.
Shaving with a razor in your shower might not seem so bad. What's the harm in a little dry skin rash, right? Wrong. When you shave with a razor that's been in your shower for two weeks, you're putting your health on the line. Bacteria and mold often grow on razors -- especially razors left in warm, moist environments -- and can be transferred to your skin when you use those razors to shave. And a small cut with an unsanitary razor could mean an infection. When you want to remove unwanted body hair, sanitary conditions are an absolute must. Fortunately, laser hair removal can offer exactly that.
Are you ready to look and feel your best in your holiday clothes this season? If you're ready to learn more about how laser hair removal can help you feel your best, get in touch today. Our team at North Pacific Dermatology would be happy to answer your questions and get your consultation set up.