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Laser Hair Removal

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is a treatment that uses controlled strong pulses of filtered light which converts into heat. This heat targets melanin (the dark pigment in your skin & hair). The pigment in the hair absorbs the heat which travels down the hair follicle and destroys it by coagulation.
The average amount of treatments needed are 8-10.

Laser Hair Removal: Services

Face & Neck

Lip $35
Chin $35
Middle Brow $25
Forehead $35
Cheeks $40
Sideburns $40
Full Face $150
Ears (outer surface) $30
Nose (outer surface) $30
Neck $50

Arms & Legs

Half Arms $95
Full Arms $150
Underarms $75
Full Legs $300
Thighs (not including knees) $150
lower Legs (including knees) $150

Hands & Feet

Toes $45
Feet & Toe $55
Hands & Fingers $55
Fingers $45

Back & Chest

Breasts $75
Chest $125
Stomach $125
Chest & Stomach $220
Back $220
Back & Shoulders $260
Upper Back $100
Lower Back $100
Shoulders $85
Nape of Neck $45

Bikini Area

Bikini $80* 
French Bikini $100*
Brazilian $160*
Add Inner Thigh $60
Buttocks (outer only) $125
Buttocks (& inner) $160

*Bikini: Anything out of the underwear line and a little off the top.
*French Bikini: A little more off the sides and top.
*Brazilian: Everything gone from front to back – triangle or strip optional

Pay as you go or buy a package of 7 treatments and get your 8th treatment free!

Laser Hair Removal: Text

PREPARING FOR YOUR LASER HAIR REMOVAL TREATMENT

Prior to your first laser hair removal appointment, you will be required to have a complimentary consultation with our medical Esthetician, Sarah to ensure that treatments will be safe and effective. In advance of your laser treatments, there are a few things you need to keep in mind to make sure that you are ready for your appointment. If you have any questions about any of our procedures, please contact us prior to your consultation or appointment.


Follow these guidelines unless your laser technician directs otherwise:

  • Do not use any topical products that cause photosensitivity (e.g. hydroxy acids, salicylic acid, retinols, and benzoyl peroxide) in the treatment areas for three days before treatment. Use a gentle cleanser and lotion on treated areas.

  • Avoid sun exposure to the treatment area, and do not use UV tanning beds at all for two weeks before treatment. Be sure to use a recommended broad-spectrum mineral sunblock with an SPF of 30 or above on a daily basis (rain or shine).

  • Do not have Botox injections, dermal filler injections, chemical peels or microdermabrasion in the treatment area for at least 14 days before laser hair removal.

  • We ask that you are freshly showered or bathed with completely clean skin, without lotions, oils, creams or fragrances of any kind before coming in.

  • Any treatment areas should be shaved completely prior to treatment. Legs should be shaved around 24 hours prior to your appointment to avoid irritation. Do not wax, tweeze, epilate or use chemical depilatories for two weeks before treatment, or at all in between laser treatments. Since the laser targets the root of the hair, it must be present for the treatment to be effective. Shaving is the only form of hair removal recommended during the course of your treatments.

Laser Hair Removal: About

AFTER YOUR LASER HAIR REMOVAL TREATMENT

It is normal to experience redness and swelling in the treatment area following laser hair removal. This may persist for several days. The treated area may feel like a razor burn or sunburn for a few hours after treatment. Over-the-counter hydrocortisone or aloe vera may be used to alleviate redness and irritation.

Hair in the treated area will slowly shed, typically over the course of two weeks. Patchiness of hair growth is normal, and will dissipate towards the completion of your laser hair removal treatment series. 


Improper post-treatment care, including excessive heat or sun exposure of the treated area, may increase the chance of scarring, pigmentation changes and skin texture changes.

  • It is imperative that you avoid excessive heat in the treatment area, such as hot tubs, saunas or working out for 24 hours after laser hair removal treatment.

  • Avoid sun exposure to the treatment area, and do not use UV tanning beds at all for two weeks after treatment. Use a broad-spectrum sunblock with an SPF of 30 or above on a daily basis (rain or shine).

  • Do not use any topical products that cause photosensitivity (e.g. hydroxy acids, salicylic acid, retinols, and benzoyl peroxide) in the treatment areas for three days after treatment. Use a gentle cleanser and lotion on treated areas.

  • Do not have Botox injections, dermal filler injections, chemical peels or microdermabrasion in the treatment area for at least 14 days after laser hair removal.

Laser Hair Removal: About

FAQ

What areas of the face or body cannot be treated with a laser?

None. All areas of the face or body can be treated with the laser that is suited for your skin type.

How does laser hair removal work?

The laser targets the darkness of the melanin pigment in the hair follicle. Since melanin is only produced in the growth phase of the hair, the laser must target the hair follicle during this cycle. At any given time, 20–40% of the hair in a particular area may be in a growth phase. Therefore, more than one treatment needs to be scheduled, preferably at 6 week intervals. With multiple treatments we can ensure that all hair follicles are being disabled.

Do you offer complimentary consultations?

Absolutely. We believe that a consultation is important for any client considering laser hair removal. We will perform a test spot so the client can see how the laser feels and we can answer any questions so the client can better understand what the laser can do. We can also determine if you are a good candidate for laser before you commit to any treatment. However, some people would like the idea of receiving treatment the same day as a consultation. If you are a good candidate for laser hair removal, a treatment can be performed the same day.

Does my hair need to be “grown out” before my treatment?

No. We actually recommend that you shave the area to be treated. Waxing, bleaching, tweezing, or any other method that removes the root of the hair must be discontinued at least two weeks prior to treatment. Since the laser targets the root of the hair, it must be present for the treatment to be effective.

Laser Hair Removal: FAQ
Laser Hair Removal: Testimonials

My laser hair removal treatments with Sarah at Ash's Lashes have been amazing! After only 3 treatments, I've already noticed significant results. As someone with dark body hair that grows fast, the laser treatments have eliminated the constant hassle and worry of shaving. So worth the money!

Olivia B.

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