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Laser Body Hair Removal
Laser body hair removal is usually a more involved procedure than laser facial hair removal due to the larger surface area. It may take several laser treatments for effective body hair removal. Not all hairs grow at the same rate; some hairs are in a resting cycle while others are growing. Therefore, more than one treatment-spaced approximately a month apart-is needed to ensure that the laser treats all body hair in its growth cycle. The length of time for an individual laser treatment varies. Generally, the larger the body surface area, the more time the laser hair removal treatment will take.

Shaving is a popular method of hair removal for legs, but it must be repeated daily or near-daily. Waxing is another solution, but it also must be repeated frequently and can be painful. Laser hair removal of the legs is a more permanent solution. Each session takes approximately one hour for both legs; and four to eight sessions of laser hair removal will render your legs free of hair.

Legs Laser Hair Removal
First the hair is destroyed from underneath the skin, and sheds out completely. Afterwards the pores in the skin close, leaving only smooth sexy skin. This is especially important for women who have darker course leg hair, which is still visible even after shaving. Finally, over time laser leg hair removal is more cost effective than waxing.

The underarms are areas that are often shaved daily. The monotony of daily shaving and the stubble that comes in shortly after can make women desire a more permanent hair removal alternative. Laser hair removal is a good solution, and because the surface area is small, the laser treatments are completed in very little time.

Some people have thick hair growth on their arms that they find excessive. Shaving and waxing may be impractical for these areas, as the person will probably dislike the accompanying stubble. Laser hair removal can provide an answer when a person wishes to thin down the hair on their arms or to remove it entirely.

Upper Lip
The upper lip is a small area, and therefore takes less time for the laser to treat-usually just a few minutes of laser-time. Those who have fair skin and dark hair may be the best candidates for this laser facial hair removal procedure; the basic rule is that the hair should be darker than the skin in order to produce the best results.

Some women have unwanted facial hair on the chin area. The chin, like the upper lip, is a smaller area that will usually take less time to treat, depending on the number of hairs that are to be removed. Some irritation and redness may occur afterwards, but in general, laser facial hair removal of this area is a fairly direct, uncomplicated, and common process.