Permanent Hair Removal in Barrie
Shaving, waxing, plucking… dealing with unwanted hair can consume a lot of time and effort. For many people, permanent hair removal is an attraction option. In fact, permanent hair removal is the most popular light-based esthetic procedure in the world.
How to Permanently Remove Unwanted Hair
Laser hair removal treatment exposes the hair to thermal energy that destroys the hair follicle. At the Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery, we use the EpiLight Hair Removal System. This is a non-invasive light therapy device specifically designed to eliminate undesired hair from all parts of the body.
EpiLight uses pulsed light to remove hair and impair hair re-growth. A cool gel is applied to the area then a hand-held treatment unit is gently placed on the skin. Pulses of light safely penetrate the skin and disable hundreds of hair follicles simultaneously.
What to Expect from Laser Hair Removal Treatment
When the EpiLight system’s pulse of light is delivered to the hair, you may feel a mild sting or pinch similar to the snap of a rubber band. No local anesthesia or pain medication is required.
After the laser hair removal treatment is complete, the gel is removed and much of the hair is wiped off with it. The remaining hair in the treated area falls out within a week or two.
Number of Treatments Required
An average of 6-10 laser hair removal treatments ranging from 3-8 weeks apart will give optimal results. Each treatment session usually lasts 10-30 minutes. The precise numbers will vary for each client depending on hair thickness, density and the area being treated. A consultation is needed to determine your individual treatment schedule. If you currently wax, you can start laser hair removal treatments in as little as six weeks!
Areas that Can Be Treated
The EpiLight system’s unique design offers customized laser hair removal treatment, according to your hair color, texture and location on the body. EpiLight can remove all hair colors from all parts of the body including the chin, upper lip, cheeks, legs, arms, underarms and back as well as sensitive areas like the ears, nose, chest and bikini line.
Recovery: What to Expect after Treatment
Following a laser hair removal treatment, you may experience some short-term side effects. These may include slight reddening of the skin or local swelling, which goes away within a few days. In rare instances, there may be some blistering.
You can return to work the same day and resume all regular activities. Be sure to limit sun exposure for several days after the treatment.
Laser Hair Removal in Barrie
If you are considering laser hair removal in Barrie, contact the Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery for a consultation. We provide the systems and expertise to deliver the reliable, safe and effective results you are looking for from all the most popular and in-demand laser and aesthetic treatments, including laser hair removal procedures, skin therapy treatments and more. Count on us for visibly dramatic improvements with minimal discomfort and downtime.
At the Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery, we pride ourselves on exceptional patient care. Dr. Kenneth Dickie offers patients a unique personable approach to conventional and cutting-edge surgical and non-surgical procedures. We proudly offer plastic surgery services to Barrie, Collingwood, Sudbury, Orillia, Huntsville, Bracebridge and surrounding areas.
Click here to schedule a personal consultation with plastic surgeon Dr. Kenneth Dickie, or call us at 1-855-726-2800.
For all the most popular and in-demand laser and aesthetic treatments, including laser hair removal procedures, skin therapy treatments and more, the Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery has the systems and the expertise to provide the reliable, safe and effective results you are looking for. Count on us for visibly dramatic improvements with minimal discomfort and downtime.
At the Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery, you will find state of the art laser technology to treat any of the following:
- Wrinkles and Acne Scars
- Facial Veins
- Rosacea & Hyperpigmentation
- Skin Resurfacing
- Actinic Keratosis
- Skin Tightening
- Vascular and Pigmented Lesions
- Hair Removal
- Eyelid Surgery
- Facial Implants
- Forehead Lift
- Ear Surgery (Otoplasty)
- Scar Revision
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