The Permanent Answer to Unwanted Hair
Let’s face it, nothing is more embarrassing than unwanted hair in areas where the skin should be smooth and silky. For women, the legs, arms, under arms, bikini line, chin, upper lip and side of the face are areas of greatest concern. Meanwhile, men are most focused on their chest, back, shoulders and buttocks, especially now that “clean” is in and “mountain man” is out. Even worse are the cuts, bumps, rashes and burns left by repeated shaving, tweezing and waxing, So if you’ve had enough pain and inconvenience to last you a lifetime, consider Laser Hair Removal.
How it Works
Using FDA-approved lasers that employ advanced contact-cooling technology, Danik’s licensed practitioners direct beams of highly concentrated light on each area to be treated. This light is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle, and the heat generated disables the follicle, cutting off nourishment to the hair so that it ceases to grow.
Lasers selectively target unwanted hair while leaving the surrounding skin undamaged. Each pulse of the laser takes a fraction of a second and can treat numerous hair follicles simultaneously. Small areas, such as the upper lip, can be treated in less than a minute, while large areas, such as the back or legs, may take up to an hour. Best of all, patients enjoy permanent hair loss after an average of 6 – 8 sessions. Sessions are scheduled 4 – 6 weeks apart, and in a matter of months, you’ll be sporting a smooth, clean, sexy look that’s all but maintenance-free.
The best candidates for Laser Hair Removal are individuals with light skin and dark hair; however, men and women of every complexion type and hair coloring will see dramatic results. That’s because Danik’s clinicians have at their finger tips a wide range of cosmetic lasers capable of addressing the hair removal needs of both dark and fair clients. And after completing the treatments, worries about embarrassing hair on cheeks, between eyebrows, in and around ears, on shoulders, around nipples, across the pubic area, and between the buttocks will be a thing of the past.