Laser Hair Removal | Westborough & Salem, MA
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What Is Laser Hair Removal?
You shave, pluck, wax, or use harsh chemicals to get rid of your unwanted hair. Then in a few days or weeks, you get to do it all over again. At Keamy Cosmetic, we have a better way — laser hair removal. This FDA-approved procedure is very effective, can be done just about anywhere on the body, and is great for both women and men!
Common Areas Treated
Laser hair removal can be performed in numerous areas of the body, including but not limited to:
- Bikini Area
Laser Hair Removal Side Effects
The most common side effects after treatment include skin irritation such as redness and slight swelling on the treatment sites. This usually passes within a few hours. Otherwise, Dr. Keamy’s expertise makes the procedure very safe and effective.
Laser Hair Removal Reviews
I'm Thirty 37 and Have Two Kids. I Was Sick of Shaving All Time. - I had laser genesis & laser hair removal done by Dr.Keamy was truly amazing. My skin was so soft and had healthy glowy skin after having laser genesis. I was concerned it would hurt but it didn't . It's more of warming sensation. It felt wonderful after the procedure. I got compliments from my friends. I had laser hair removal underarms & face has been life changing. I don't have have a lot of time with two children and working . My morning routine of shaving has been cut down & made my life easier. Also, don't have any dark bumps. I have dark coarse hair and still saw results after 2 session. My skin is silky smooth. I'm looking forward to lasering more.
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Laser Hair Removal FAQs
How does laser hair removal work?
Is laser hair removal permanent?
The FDA approval is for “permanent hair reduction.” This is because laser treatments can’t remove all the unwanted hair permanently due to a couple of reasons. First, lasers only damage hair in the anagen (growth) cycle. Second, damaged follicles can rebuild with hormonal changes. Plus, if a follicle is only partially damaged, it may heal and begin to regrow hair.
Bottom line, numerous studies show the degree of permanent hair reduction to be from 85 to 90 percent.