Price List

Prices subject to change without notice.


WOMEN

FACE
Upper Lip
$10
Chin $10
Upper Lip + Chin $15
Partial Face* $25
Full Face* $30

BIKINI
Confused about which bikini area to pick?
Read our descriptions below to see which services
will best match your desired results.

Bikini Line
* $20
Partial Bikini* $30
Buttocks $30
Full Brazilian* $40

CHEST/ABDOMEN
Lower Abs $20
Full Abdomen $40
Full Chest $40

ARMS
Underarms $20
Half Arms $40
Full Arms $80

LEGS
Half Legs $70
Full Legs $140

BACK
Lower Back $20
Shoulders $20
Half Back $40
Full Back $80

FULL BODY $400
Includes Face, Underarms, Arms,
Back, Chest, Bikini and Legs

MEN

FACE
Upper Lip
$10
Chin $10
Upper Lip + Chin $15
Partial Face* $25
Full Face* $30

BIKINI
Confused about which bikini area to pick?
Read our descriptions below to see which services
will best match your desired results.

Bikini Line
* $40
Partial Bikini* $60
Buttocks $60
Full Brazilian* $80

CHEST/ABDOMEN
Lower Abs $40
Full Abdomen $80
Full Chest $100

ARMS
Underarms $20
Half Arms $60
Full Arms $120

LEGS
Half Legs $90
Full Legs $180

BACK
Lower Back $40
Shoulders $40
Half Back $80
Full Back $160

FULL BODY $800
Includes Face, Underarms, Arms,
Back, Chest, Bikini and Legs

 

AREA DESCRIPTIONS
*Partial Face:
The partial face laser includes all areas on the face besides the forehead: the nose, upper lip, chin, cheeks and sideburns will be included in this area.
*Full Face: The full face laser includes the forehead, nose, upper lip, chin, sideburns and cheeks. It does not include the front of the neck below the chin.
*Bikini Line:
This covers areas immediately outside a bikini line, where the thigh meets the torso.
*Partial Bikini: The partial bikini laser will cover the frontal bikini area or "Venus Mound."
*Full Brazilian: Also referred to as "Full Bikini." This includes the frontal bikini area, the sides, and in between the buttocks as well. Areas covered are comparable to a Brazilian wax.

 

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Laser Hair Removal FAQ


What are the benefits of laser hair removal?

Lasers are useful for removing unwanted hair from the face, leg, arm, underarm, bikini line, and other areas.
Benefits of laser hair removal include:

Precision
Lasers can selectively target dark, coarse hairs while leaving the surrounding skin undamaged.

Speed
Each pulse of the laser takes a fraction of a second and can treat many hairs at the same time. The laser can treat an area approximately the size of a quarter every second. Small areas such as the upper lip can be treated in less than a minute, and large areas, such as the back or legs, may take up to an hour.

Predictability
Most patients have permanent hair loss after an average of three to seven sessions.


How do I prepare for laser hair removal?

Laser hair removal is more than just ''zapping'' unwanted hair. It is a medical procedure that requires training to perform and carries potential risks.

If you are planning on undergoing laser hair removal, you should limit plucking, waxing, and electrolysis for six weeks before treatment. That's because the laser targets the hairs' roots, which are temporarily removed by waxing or plucking.

You should also avoid sun exposure for two weeks before and after treatment. Sun exposure makes laser hair removal less effective and makes complications after treatment more likely.


What should I expect during laser hair removal?

Just before the procedure, your hair that will be undergoing treatment will be shaved and facial hair for women need to be trimmed to a few millimeters above the skin surface. The laser equipment will be adjusted according to the color, thickness, and location of your hair being treated as well as your skin color.

Depending on the laser or light source used, you and the technician will need to wear appropriate eye protection. It will also be necessary to protect the outer layers of your skin with a cold gel or special cooling device. This will help the laser light penetrate the skin.

Next, the technician will give a pulse of light to the treatment area and watch the area for several minutes to make sure the best settings were used and to check for bad reactions.

When the procedure is completed, you may be given anti-inflammatory creams or lotions, or cold water to ease any discomfort. You may schedule your next treatment four to six weeks later.


How’s the recovery and what are the risks?

For a day or two afterward, the treated area of your skin will look and feel like it's sunburned. Cool compresses and moisturizers may help. If your face was treated, you can wear makeup the next day unless your skin is blistering.

Over the next month, your treated hair will fall out. Wear sunscreen for the following month to help prevent temporary changes in the color of the treated skin.

Blisters are rare but are more likely in people with darker complexions. Other potential side effects are swelling, redness, and scarring. Permanent scarring or changes in skin color are rare.

On your first visit you will receive a complimentary consultation to get a better idea of the service and cost for your treatments.


DO's and DONT's of Laser Hair Removal


DO:

  • Shave all the areas you wish to laser 24 hours before your appointment to avoid irritation.

  • Inform your nurse of any medications you are taking, such as antibiotics, Retinol or Retin-A, Accutane, or any bleaching or glycolic acids you have been using.

  • Use sunscreen and aloe gel, or apply ice packs to the lasered areas.

DON’T:

  • Wax, pluck, thread, or use hair-removal cream products. These temporarily remove the root hairs, which need to be present for laser hair removal.

  • Tan (sun, self, or bed) before your appointment. The skin must be its original skin tone for laser to be safe.

  • Take hot showers, exercise, and use any skin irritants immediately after laser hair removal.