Laser Hair Removal Miami



Removing unwanted hair can be quite a mission especially when using traditional methods such as tweezing, shaving, or waxing. Although these techniques are somewhat efficient, they can become tedious and time consuming. This is why methods such as laser hair removal are a better option these days. Over the last decade, this procedure has become one of the most common non-evasive techniques employed to remove undesirable hair.

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Laser hair removal Miami can achieve results that will last longer. Through this hair removal technique, high concentrated light beams are placed on the skin where hair follicles absorb the light and hair is destroyed. These intense laser wavelengths of light and heat not only destroy the hair follicles, but they also prevent future hair growth throughout the treated area.

Laser Hair Removal Candidates

Before you decide to get laser hair removal at Eres Plastic Surgery, it is important to make sure you are a good candidate for this procedure. At your initial consultation, your doctor will examine your skin and hair to determine whether this procedure will be effective and safe for you. Generally, the best candidates are individuals with light skin and dark hair that way the hair will absorb the light and not the skin. However, anyone can be a good candidate as long as the hair has some pigmentation and it’s not around the eyes.

Am I required to have some skin type and hair color for laser hair removal?

This technique will not be as effective on individuals who have red or blonde hair. This is due to the laser picking up the contrasts between the skin pigment and hair follicle. Laser is attracted to pigment and blonde doesn’t have enough pigment.

Laser Hair Removal Miami Treatment

The doctor at Eres Plastic Surgery will determine the amount of light needed to yield the best results according to the thickness and color of the hair and the color of your skin. During treatment, you and your doctor will be wearing eye protection. A cold gel will also be spread along the area that will be treated in order to protect the skin and allow the light to travel through the dermis much smoother. It is normal to feel the pressure of the laser against the skin, the cold sensation of the gel and some mild discomfort.

What should I expect from my Laser Hair Removal treatment?

Most patients experience smooth, hair-free skin after three to six treatment sessions. It has been proven that laser hair removal can be extremely effective. Laser hair treatment reduces the amount of body hair making the skin smoother and much more appealing. It is important to keep in mind that laser hair removal is meant to reduce the amount of unwanted hair, but is not guaranteed to remove all hair permanently. Ask a specialist at Eres Plastic Surgery about what to expect.

Is Laser Hair Removal permanent?

Although laser hair removal aims at preventing future hair growth, this does not always guarantee permanent results. Most individuals achieve long lasting satisfactory results by receiving several treatments of laser hair removal. In order to maintain smooth and hairless skin, it may be necessary to undergo a couple of treatments a year.

How many treatment sessions are usually necessary?

Hair follicles grow in several different phases. During laser hair removal, the laser can only target the hair follicles that are currently growing. This is why patients need more than one session to destroy the hair in all growth phases.

Long-term reduction of hair comes after multiple treatment sessions and it depends on the skin color and type of hair. While some patients may achieve their desired results after just four sessions, others may have to go through eight treatments. Depending on the type of laser used, most doctors recommend about three to eight weeks between treatment sessions. The time period between sessions also depends on the coarseness of the hair, skin color, and sex. Patients with light skin and dark hair typically achieve the best results. Certain areas of the body achieve better results than others.

The hair on the treated area typically falls out within two weeks to a month. Patients should not pull out hairs that are still present; they should be allowed to fall out on their own. Removing the hair from that area on your own may alter the results of the treatment and be more painful.

Is Laser Hair Removal Miami safe?

This is a noninvasive procedure therefore it can cause crusting, scarring, blistering and any other alterations in skin texture but only on rare occasions. This procedure should not be performed on the eyelid or around it. It’s dangerous as it may lead to severe eye injury. A certified professional from Eres Plastic Surgery will make sure you have the safest outcome and achieve the desired results.

Is Laser Hair Removal Painful?

The lasers used for treatment are able to target areas with dark, coarse hair without damaging the skin surrounding that area. Unlike waxing and plucking, treatment is typically painless and there is very minimal discomfort. Patients generally report a snapping feeling. Some patients may experience minor swelling, redness, and itching in the treated area. This will eventually subside in a few days.


Bikini Line vs. Brazilian Laser Hair Removal

Bikini hair removal takes less time as you only remove hair along the bikini line that might be visible when wearing underwear. A Brazilian hair removal is more evasive. It leaves the person completely bare from front to back unless the person requests a small amount of hair to be left. If you are looking for something fast then you should get the bikini hair removal done otherwise you should consider Brazilian hair removal as it will completely get rid of unwanted hair. Brazilians are done by trained technicians at waxing salons or at a hair removal clinic. They are very hard to perform at home. You should meet with a certified hair removal specialist before arriving at your decision. He or she will be able to tell you if you qualify for laser hair removal treatment.

How to Prepare the Bikini Area Prior to Laser Removal?

At your initial consultation, your doctor at Eres Plastic Surgery will examine your skin and hair and determine whether this procedure will be effective and safe for you. For about six weeks prior to your laser hair removal treatment, doctors recommend that you limit or even stop waxing, shaving, and tweezing. This helps the laser identify the hair follicle. You should also stay out of the sun. Tanning may result in pigmentation. Avoid caffeine for about 24 hours before the session, especially if you are feeling nervous.

Post Laser Hair Removal Treatment Care

The first several days post laser hair treatment, your skin may look and feel as if it is sunburned, and this is completely normal. Cold compressions and moisturizing lotion can help with any discomfort you may have.

When it comes to treatment on the face, it is okay to wear makeup the day after as long as you don’t have severe skin damage or blistering. Within the first month after treatment, you will notice the treated area will have less and less hair. With time, the hair begins to fall out on that area. Many doctors recommend that patients wear sunblock to prevent the skin from being damaged or discolored. Too much exposure to sunlight can increase the risk of skin damage on the treated areas.

Cost of Laser Hair Removal Miami

The price of your laser hair removal is calculated depending on the area of the body treated and the amount of skin receiving treatment. Smaller areas including the upper lip and chin generally cost less than bigger areas such as the arms or legs. The time of treatment may also alter the cost you are given. At your initial consultation, your doctor will examine your skin and determine the price of your hair removal treatment.

The price of laser hair treatment varies according to the state, city, and clinic you choose. The average price of treatment ranges from about $350 to as much as $900. The bikini area will cost anywhere between $350 and $500. Treating larger areas will cost more, between $600 and $900. At Eres Plastic Surgery prices can be as low as $150.

Laser Hair Removal side effects

Like most other types of cosmetic procedures, there are several risks and side effects that may be associated with laser hair removal. Some of the most common side effects are temporary pigment change of the treated area and skin irritation.

  • Pigment change: The laser beams used during laser hair treatment may lighten or darken the treated skin, but this is usually temporary. Patients that have darker skin are usually more susceptible to pigmentation change. This usually occurs if the laser is not set at the appropriate level for that skin color.
  • Skin irritation: After laser hair removal, swelling, redness of the skin, and temporary discomfort is possible. Most symptoms and signs usually fade after a few hours. If they do not, you should contact your doctor.

Although blistering of the skin is rare, it is possible. This is typically more common among patients with darker skin pigmentation. More severe risks and side effects include permanent change of pigmentation, which is very rare but possible.

Laser Hair Removal Question and Answer

It is fairly common for individuals to get ingrown hairs after waxing or shaving. Many can say that they are extremely annoying and usually painful. Fortunately, laser hair removal reduces the risk of ingrown hairs, making it much more desirable. This is because the root and hair follicle is removed during the treatment, allowing the new hair to grow back much thinner. Ingrown hairs become less likely because the texture of the hair itself thins out and changes.

Men who wish to remove unwanted hair from specific areas can also benefit from this procedure. It’s a popular procedure among men. They can either remove all or some of the unwanted hair. Sometimes the patient may prefer the hair thinned out on the chest and back. This procedure is very effective and the results can be enjoyed for a long time.

Home IPL hair removal uses intense pulse light which is used for several dermatological procedures such as hair removal. Laser hair removal uses one specific wavelength but IPL uses several wavelengths which scatter inside the skin. IPL is less effective as it produces energy with a variety of light waves, which means that is more difficult or less powerful. IPL is only effective on the fairer skin types. IPL can also affect the pigment in the skin. Experts also say that laser is less painful than IPL.

You should avoid shaving one or two days prior to the treatment. In order to prevent some side effects such as burning it’s recommended that you shave on the same day. Hair on the surface of the skin may take some of the laser’s energy and treatment may not be as efficient.

Individuals with white or blonde hair are not good candidates for laser hair removal. These people will benefit more from waxing or electrolysis.

This procedure can either be a few minutes or as long as an hour, depending on the area which is being treated. Once the treatment has been completed, you will be given anti-inflammatory creams and lotions to ease any possible discomfort. Cold water and ice packs may also ease the skin.

The first several days post laser hair treatment, your skin may look and feel as if it is sunburned, and this is completely normal. Cold compressions and moisturizing lotion can help with any discomfort you may have. When it comes to treatment on the face, it is okay to wear makeup the day after as long as you don’t have severe skin damage or blistering.

Within the first month after treatment, you will notice the treated area will have less and less hair. With time, the hair begins to fall out on that area. Many doctors recommend that patients wear sunblock to prevent the skin from being damaged or discolored. Too much exposure to sunlight can increase the risk of skin damage on the treated areas.

There are other approaches to hair removal such as tweezing, waxing and depilatory creams which can stimulate hair growth. This is partly because blood supply rushes to the hair follicle stimulating the growth of very coarse and deep-rooted hair. Some individuals may not be aware of how waxing and tweezing have stimulated hair growth making hair grow worse.