Removing tummy/stomach hair with waxing and shaving can be an annoying and requires regular maintenance as well. The best option is to be in line with new and advanced techniques and save time with long lasting results using a laser treatment. Tummy laser hair removal gives successful results and is considered much safer than the other methods available for hair removal. These days both men and women want to do away with the excess hair removed from their stomach. Though, the density of hair growth in case of women may differ due to the hormonal changes that happen in a woman.
How does the procedure work?
Tummy laser hair removal is just like electrolysis and goes deep into the roots of the hair and removes it. The best advantage of this process is that it is less painful in comparison to the other processes which are painful and expensive too. Laser targets at multiple hairs at a time which saves much of the time. This treatment is suitable for people who are looking for long lasting hair removal treatment from their tummy.
What can you expect from this treatment?
The latest techniques work more effectively in removing hair on your body. Laser hair removal has been used for many years and is considered safe by the FDA. Both men and women can have this treatment done. Women cannot have the laser treatment done when they are pregnant but can do it after the baby is born. Laser light does not penetrate any deeper than the skin, thus making it completely safe on the stomach.
How much will the treatment cost?
Since there are variations in the methods which are being done as far as the laser treatment is concerned, so are the charges. When we talk about the cost, it may vary from clinic to clinic as different methods of charging exist. Amount of area treated, level of hair growth involved and speed of the machine and the technology used are some of the factors which are important while considering the charge of the tummy laser hair removal treatment. In case, when multiple treatments are necessary to attain the optimum results – yet again, this will vary from person to person, but a standard amount is considered to be around 6-12 procedures.