Laser Hair Removal

Imagine never having to shave again! Dr. Kashmar uses the Latest VECTUS  laser systems to remove unwanted hair from any region of the body in both men and women. 

This FDA approved Laser hair removal for removing unwanted hair from the face, neck, underarms, bikini area, chest, breasts, back, legs and other areas. It is a great alternative to shaving, waxing and electrolysis, none of which are permanent.


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Is Laser Hair Removal painful?

There is minimal discomfort during treatments however certain areas are more sensitive than others. A topical anesthetic is available for those who cannot tolerate the tingling or stinging sensation during treatment. Discomfort similar to a mild sunburn may be noted over the first 24 hours.

How many treatments are required?

Laser Hair removal works by disrupting hairs that are in the active phase of growth at the time of treatment. Since other hairs will enter the growth phase at different times, additional treatments will be necessary to disable all hair follicles in a given area. Treatments are usually given at intervals of approximately 4-6 weeks, or whenever new hair growth is first noticed. Many patients are completely satisfied with their results after only a couple of treatments, while others will need from four up to eight treatments for maximum removal of all hair. Treatment times vary from a few minutes for areas such as the chin and neck to a few hours for extensive areas of the legs, back and chest.

What happens after treatment?

Within several minutes, the treated area may become pink and a little puffy. This reaction subsides quickly and within a day or so the areas return to normal. However, you should not plan any important social engagements during the first several days after your treatment, especially if the treated areas are on the face. Around 3-10 days after treatment you may experience what seems to be hairs re-growing. Most of these hairs, however, are dead, treated hairs that are being shed and are not regrowing. In between treatments you should not wax or pluck your hairs because this decreases the ability of the laser to destroy actively growing hairs.

Who is a good candidate for Laser Hair Removal?

The Laser beam finds the hair follicles by targeting the substance that gives skin and hair dark color - melanin. Therefore, the ideal candidate for laser has dark hair and light to medium skintone. The laser will not work on people with red, white, gray or true blond hair. The laser light will also be attracted to the melanin in the skin, so people with suntans, or dark skin types are at more of a risk for discoloration of pigment and other side effects.

How much does it cost?

During your initial consultation the areas to be treated will be determined and a fee quote per treatment session will be given to you.