Laser hair removal is a permanent hair removal method. It is also a great way to treat and prevent ingrown hair. Large or small areas, dark skin or light skin, we can treat you.
It can be difficult to remove hair on your waistline. How do you even reach it? Have waistline laser hair removal done by a certified laser technician and be hair-free!
What is waistline laser hair removal?
Many women wish to remove unwanted hair on their waistline. Quite a popular treatment. But what hair removal method is the best?
Whether you use shaving creams or shaving gels, razors will always irritate the skin. Plus, the hair grows back immediately. And how do you even reach your waistline?!
Waxing hurts. Depilatory creams are too harmful to the skin.
A waistline hair removal treatment permanently removes unwanted hair. It covers the area from the base of the spine and four inches ups. It does not cover the full buttocks and half-back.
The women's waistline is a medium area to treat. Indeed, a session takes up to fifteen minutes. Interested in removing more unwanted hair? Check out full back or full body laser hair removal package.
Will it hurt? Is it safe?
. A lot. Especially on your back. We’ve all been through this. Women's waistline laser hair removal on the other hand does not.
No, let us rephrase. Pain is not the right term. A women's waistline laser treatment feels like pinching. Or it can also be compared to the feel of rubber band snapping at the skin.
You may feel some heat too.
Laser hair removal does not hurt. It may feel unpleasant. Yet, it is mostly comfortable. The waistline is not the most sensitive area of the body.
Thus, the treatment will be quite tolerable. Some aloe vera gel will help sooth your skin.
Laser treatments are also very safe. Like any other cosmetic procedures, it has risks. However, those are very rare. You can also easily avoid them.
You just need to follow your technician’s instructions.
How many sessions will I need?
Our waistline laser hair removal package includes six sessions. Each must be six weeks apart
. This is because of the hair growth cycle
. Laser treatments only work on hair that is actively growing.
The growth phase of the hair cycle is called anagen. It is the only time the hair and follicle connect. This allows the energy to pass from the former to the latter.
Since 20% of your hair is in the anagen phase, one session can target 20% of hair. Each successive session will treat an additional 20%.
The waistline is not a hormonal area. However, based on many factors (hair removal history, hormone levels, etc), patients may still need additional sessions.
How do I prepare for a waistline laser hair removal session?
Waistline laser hair removal for women is quite straightforward. It is a fast and convenient way to remove waistline hair. You can check out our tips to prepare for your session
Avoid exposure to direct sun light. Do not use tanning beds and intense UV ray treatments. Indeed, artificial tanning puts the skin into an excited state that can interfere with your treatment.
Some medications can increase sensitivity to the light. This will make the laser treatment more painful. That is why you need tell your certified laser technician of your medical history before your session.
Clean your skin of lotions, creams, moisturizers, scented fragrances and makeup. Finally, you need to shave the night before or at lest three hours prior to your session.
When can I expect results?
Laser hair removal is a long-term hair growth reduction method. Yet, that does not mean you will not see results early on. Indeed, each session treats 20% of hair. That is why you can expect a 20% hair growth reduction after each session.
You will start to see your back hair shed a week after your session. By the third session, at least 50% of hair will be gone. The success of your waistline laser hair removal treatment depends on consistency.
This means you must book each session six weeks apart. If you do not follow a strict schedule, you will interfere with the efficacy of the treatment. Therefore results may be delayed.