The Truth About Full Body Laser Hair Removal
Lital Lev-Ary

Lital Lev-Ary

Lital Lev-Ary is a Certified Laser Hair Removal Professional (CLHRP) in practice since 2010. With over 10 years of experience in laser technology, Lital has developed her unique laser hair removal technique and is known for being proficient, professional, and personal.

Full Body Laser Hair Removal

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Chances are you probably have already heard a lot of information about laser hair removal. It has really become quite the popular choice for getting rid of unwanted hair as of late. The good news is that it is a semi-permanent solution to hair reduction, but there are some things that you need to consider if you are planning on having the procedure of full body laser hair removal.   A lot of people wonder if full body laser hair removal is possible. Getting rid of all of the unwanted hair over your entire body may seem pretty ideal. This is especially true if you are used to having to shave every inch of your body to get the look that you want to achieve. The good news is that you can get some laser help with removing the hair, but there may be a catch.  

Can You Really Get Full Body Laser Hair Removal?

Full body laser hair removal is an option. You can have many areas on your body treated, including under your arms, your back, shoulders, neck, face, bikini area, legs, and other areas. So, if you can have just about any area treated, what is the catch?   The Difference Between Terminal and Vellus Follicles We have to get a little bit technical here with some words that you may not have really ever heard of before. We will try to break it down so that it will be easy to understand. First, understand that there are two different types of hair follicles. These include your terminal follicles and your vellus follicles.   Vellus hairs are more fine, and they actually cover just about every inch of your body, minus your palms and the soles of your feet. Terminal hairs are much thicker, and these are the types of hairs that can be found on top of your head, under your arms, on your back, legs, and face.   Vellus hairs are not as easy to get rid of, because they are more like peach fuzz. They usually don’t have much pigmentation to them, and may not even be visible at all. The darker hairs, however, are the hairs that are treatable through laser hair removal. These hairs typically have more pigmentation, and are thicker, making it easier to target them with the lasers.   Understanding this difference really helps when it comes to understanding full body laser hair removal. Don’t have unrealistic expectations when it comes to your hair removal.  

Don’t Expect Full Body Laser Hair Removal in One Session

While you can have most areas on your body treated with laser hair removal, it is a good idea to not expect to have all of the areas treated in one session. There is just so much of the laser beams that your body can take. Over exposure can make it unsafe for you. It is a good idea to have small areas treated, and just set up multiple sessions.   You will also have to have each area treated more than once if you want to get the best results possible. You can have different areas treated within days of one another, but it is important to wait several weeks before having subsequent treatments on the same area. It is all about breaking the cycle of hair growth, and that means that you really have to focus on consistency with your treatments.   Book a free laser hair removal consultation with us, so we can decide together what would be the best schedule for your laser hair removal treatment. We will determine the best course depending on your skin tone, hair pigmentation, and the overall areas that you want to have covered. It also depends on the texture of your hair.  A lot of things can play a part in how effective your treatment is, and how quickly you reach your optimal goal.  

How Much Does Full Body Laser Hair Removal Cost?

It is probably a good idea to be aware of the fact that laser hair removal is not cheap. This is especially true if you are looking for full body laser hair removal. The problem is that some areas are less expensive, and other areas are more expensive.   Is it really cost effective, or no? This is really a relative question. If you think about how much money you spend on depilatory creams, razors, waxing services and other hair removal methods over your lifetime, you will probably still find laser hair removal to be cheaper. The key is to understand the amount of time that it can save you. This is where the cost effectiveness really comes into play.   You will no doubt spend less time trying to get rid of pesky unwanted hairs, so this can free up some extra time for some additional beauty rest in the mornings (or just some extra ‘you time’). To so many, time is money. Think about this when considering full body laser hair removal, and whether or not it is right for you.  

Is Full Body Laser Hair Removal Right for You?

Now that you know more about the ins and outs of full body laser hair removal, it is time to think about whether or not it is the right option for you. With so many different hair removal options available on the market these days, laser hair removal may seem like just one of many ideas. While this is the case, there are some definite advantages that come along with this method.   The best thing to do is take a look at some of the advantages, along with the drawbacks, to really determine whether or not it is right for you. If you have darker hair colors and lighter complexions, then you are definitely the most ideal candidate physically. With that said, people with other hair colors can also benefit from laser hair removal. There are options for just about any skin type and hair color these days.

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