Our state of the art laser can treat all 6 skin types, unlike most lasers available in the market that can only treat 4 skin types.
Unwanted hair growth can be more than an annoyance. It can damage the way we feel about our “face” to the world. But it is not just facial hair that troubles us. Unwanted hair growing on the legs, back, bikini region, and underarm regions can all make us miserable. The great news is that this hair can be reduced or eliminated by using laser hair removal treatment.
Pricing is per treatment. Numbing cream $25 extra. Number of treatments needed to achieve results will vary by area. Areas not listed will be priced per consultation.
• Underarms: $75.00
• Forearms: $100.00
• Upper Legs: $175.00
• Lower Legs: $175.00
• Full Legs: $250.00
• Upper Lip: $65.00
• Chin: $65.00
• Lower Face / Neck: $80.00
• Bikini Line: $175.00
• Extended Bikini: $225.00
• French Bikini: $275.00
• Full Brazilian: $300.00
• Chest (Men): $140.00
• Full Back (Men): $140.00
• Lower Back (Men): $100.00
• Breast / Fingers / Toes / Ears: $30.00 per body part (add-on’s
Cosmetic lasers, including our FDA-cleared Candela or Palomar Icon product lines, use light energy to damage or destroy the follicles that produce hair with the goal of preventing hair from growing back. In fact, they have the ability to reduce hair growth by 70% or more (US Securities and Exchange Commission, 2012).
Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Appointment required.
For people who are tired of shaving, tweezing, and waxing to remove unwanted hair, laser hair removal has become the preferred option—and a beautiful solution. Hair removal continues to be the #1 requested energy-based aesthetic treatment. Worldwide procedure volume is expected to grow from 12.2 MM in 2013 to 12.9 MM in 2016, with a CAGR of 0.5%1.
While hair removal is most popular among women — with virtually all of them aged 12 and over engaging in the practice on a regular basis — laser hair removal for men is an ever-increasing group, as men seek treatment for areas such as their chests and backs.