Waxing is an effective and safe method of removing unwanted body hair using heated wax. During treatment, warm wax will be applied to the treatment area using a wooden applicator, and a cloth strip will be placed on top. The cloth will then be quickly removed, taking the wax and unwanted hair with it. While waxing can cause some discomfort, it is generally well-tolerated. Following treatment, some redness and bumps may appear, which will disappear within a few hours.
Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is a noninvasive technique that uses highly concentrated light to penetrate hair follicles. The laser light is absorbed by the pigment in the hair shaft, which damages the follicle, hindering future hair growth. Laser hair removal only affects actively growing hair follicles, so it may take several treatments to see optimal results. Following laser hair removal, it is important to avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds, and wear sunscreen when outdoors.
Electrolysis is an effective way to permanently remove unwanted body hair. This treatment targets each individual hair follicle with chemical or heat energy, rendering it completely inactive. Electrolysis can treat all types of hair and skin types. Multiple treatments are needed spread out over 7-10 months to see optimal results. Following treatment patients may experience slight redness, which will resolve with time.
Microblading is a form of tattoo artistry where the pigment is implanted under the skin with hair-like strokes to create a natural-looking brow. Individuals who have sparse eyebrows or eyebrows that lack shape can often benefit from microblading. Following your microblading treatment, the brows must be protected from all moisture, including sweat. Redness and itching may occur, which will resolve with time. Aftercare ointments will be provided after the first appointment. Depending on the patient’s skin and lifestyle, results can last up to three years, though many patients return for touch-ups once every six months.