How to Conveniently Ditch Your Razor Forever

Have you been on the fence about whether or not to get laser hair removal? One of the big sticklers for many women is that they don’t believe it can really replace their razor. Doesn’t the hair grow back eventually?

Well, yes, it does. You’re right to be skeptical of any treatment that claims to completely eliminate body hair without completely killing the follicles and causing damage to the skin. However, laser hair removal does significantly delay regrowth, and with enough treatments you can eventually reach the point that the growth is minimal enough to ignore. Read More

Why It Takes More Than One Treatment to See Hair Removal Results

Laser hair removal is a great procedure to have done, especially if you hate shaving and waxing like most men and women, but it really isn’t as simple as going in for a treatment and never having hair grow again. In fact, it often takes more than one laser hair removal treatment for complete success.

To understand why more than one treatment is needed, you must first understand how laser hair removal works. A light laser is used to damage or destroy the hair follicle, by zoning in on the pigment of the hair being removed. The damage done to the hair follicle with one treatment is minimal. It usually takes at least two to three treatment sessions to remove hair and delay regrowth. Read More

What to Expect During Your Laser Hair Removal Treatment

Laser hair removal often takes two to six treatments to be successful in permanently eliminating body or facial hair. How many weeks you go between treatments depends on the area of the body being treated, the rate of hair growth, and hair density. Each laser hair removal treatment will be the same. Here is what you should expect on the day of your treatment.


You will be given special goggles to protect your eyes from the laser beam. The site may also need to be shaved before treatment. The doctor or nurse may also apply a local anesthetic to the area to decrease pain and discomfort during the procedure. Read More

Caring for Your Skin After Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is a relatively minor and safe procedure, but there is no doubt that the laser can have a temporary effect on the skin. At the least, your skin will be very sensitive and need a little bit of extra care and moisturizing. Here’s what you need to know about caring for your skin after laser hair removal.

Wear Soft, Loose Clothing

Your skin will be very sensitive, maybe more so depending on the area. If you wear coarse or tight fitting clothing, it is likely to irritate the area, causing pain and discomfort. Wearing soft, loose clothing will protect your skin from being irritated. Read More

How to Convince Your Mom to Get Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is a total game changer, but some women are hesitant to try it. Especially older women are worried about the side effects of laser hair removal, or they may simply not see the benefits of it. With Mother’s Day around the corner, you want your mom to treat herself. Here are some ways that you can convince your mother to give laser hair removal a try.

Explain that it is entirely safe.

Laser hair removal is safe for almost anyone. There are very few, if any, side effects; and the procedure is painless and comfortable. Women worried about the safety of laser hair removal should be put in touch with a professional to get all of their questions answered. Read More

Five Ways You Can Benefit From Laser Hair Removal

Is something keeping you from trying laser hair removal? Many women do not feel justified in spending money just so that they don’t have to shave anymore, but there are many benefits to laser hair removal beyond just getting rid of a hated chore. Here are a few.

Be Ready Without Warning

Let’s face it. No one likes to shave, and few people do it if they feel they can get away with it. But that means that when you get a surprise invitation, you have to scramble to shave before you go out. Shaving in a hurry can leave cuts and nicks and give you razor burn. But with laser hair removal, your skin is bare and ready at any time. Read More

The Three Most Common Areas for Laser Hair Removal for Men

male hair removal tampaYou may have thought that laser hair removal was just for women, but there are a lot of reasons that men can benefit from laser hair removal services as well. Men who have a lot of body hair can be self-conscious about it, causing them to refuse to go without a shirt, even at the beach. Other men are not self-conscious about their body hair, but want it removed for athletic reasons. Here are the most common areas for laser hair removal for men.


Who likes a hairy back? Almost no one, but there are a lot of men out there who have this problem. You can wax, but that can be extremely painful unless you keep up with it. If the hair gets any length to it at all, it will be extremely painful. Wax can also be hard on the skin, and it can clog the pores causing acne. Laser hair removal is the best way to treat this area. Read More

The Three Most Common Areas for Laser Hair Removal for Women

Have you been considering laser hair removal? Shaving, waxing, and other hair removal options can be painful, irritating to the skin, and cost hundreds of dollars per year every year. Laser hair removal is a great way to limit or eventually eliminate shaving altogether, saving you time, money, and improving the condition of your skin. Here are the three most common areas that women get laser hair removal.


The one area that all women seem to shave is their legs. Keeping your legs smooth is especially important in Florida because the weather is frequently warm and tropical. You are more likely to show your legs for a larger part of the year when you live in these warmer climates. If you don’t want to have to shave your legs every other day to stay smooth, laser hair removal is a great alternative. Read More

Three Great Reasons to Get Laser Hair Removal This Winter

Have you been on the fence about laser hair removal? There are a lot of great reasons to move forward with your plans and get laser hair removal for your legs, underarms, or other parts of your body this winter. Here are just a few.

Save Your Money

Over time, you will save a lot of money and time by getting laser hair removal. Disposable razors, waxes and strips, and shave gels and creams all cost money. If you shave on a regular basis, keeping yourself always smooth, you likely spend quite a bit on shaving. In fact, the average woman spends over $10,000 in a lifetime just on shaving and hair removal products. Although there is an initial sticker price to laser hair removal, you will save money in the long run. Read More

Why Winter Is the Best Time to Start Laser Hair Removal Treatments

Most women don’t think about laser hair removal until that time of year when their legs and underarms will be showing. That is a big mistake. Right now during the winter months is the best time to start laser hair removal treatments. Getting one treatment every four to six weeks throughout the winter will give you smooth legs and underarms (and any other body part) just in time for spring and summer.

No Shave November

The No Shave November movement started with men not shaving their beards in November, but many women have taken this to heart as well. What better time to start laser hair removal treatments than the time of year when you don’t want to shave anyway?  Read More