That’s why fall is also the perfect time for laser hair removal. Permanently remove the hair from your legs and retire that nasty, dull old razor. Winter may be harsh and prickly, but your legs will be anything but.
Laser Hair Removal in Downtown NorfolkLaser Hair Removal isn’t just for legs, either! Many patients of the Spa & Laser Center in Downtown Norfolk enjoy smooth, hairless seasons all year round for their legs, arms, chests, backs, and bikini areas. Treat any area with our advanced, cutting-edge laser technology: it’s called the Cutera Coolglide Laser (neat, right?) and we’re very proud of it.
Historically, laser hair technology was limited and only safe or effective on lighter skin types with darker hair growth. These days, modern technology has advanced significantly to safely treat the skin of all shades and hair of all pigments and coarseness. The Cutera CoolGlide is safe to use on skin and hair of all types and colors, so don’t be shy!
Regardless of your hair or skin color, the Spa & Laser Center in Downtown Norfolk has the technology to safely treat you to a season of hairless smooth skin. If you still doubt, give us a call (ask for Dana) and hear it straight from our estheticians’ mouths.
About CuteraThe Cutera CoolGlide laser treats all skin types and is renowned as a source of relief for those suffering from Pseudofolliculitis Barbae, or PFB. This condition (known as Barber’s Itch) consists of slightly bumpy skin irritation as a result of shaving. Find the relief, as well as the smooth skin, that you seek with Cutera laser hair removal in Downtown Norfolk.
A few Notes:
- The Cutera CoolGlide is not as effective on white, gray, red, or white-blonde hair.
- The lighter the skin, the less discomfort the patient experiences. If you’re experiencing significant discomfort during your treatment, ask for an additional pre-cooling to ease the pain, and a slow repetition rate to protect your skin.
- You may shave prior one day to treatment, but no waxing (some stubble must be available for the laser to target)