Did you know that the average woman shaves her legs 11,500 times during her life and spends $12,000 on shaving? And did you know that 80 percent of women who come in for Gentle Hair Removal treatments report that their body hair is gone after just three treatments? Gentle Hair Removal might be the key to erasing the inconvenience and expense from your life. Let’s take a closer look.
How does it work?
Gentle Hair Removal works by getting to the “root” of the problem – the root of your hair, that is. You see, hair grows in three stages. The growth stage is when the root of your hair is at its strongest. Gentle Hair Removal zaps your hair at its root during the growth stage. By doing treatments in spaced-out sessions, we’re able to catch every follicle during the growth stage, creating permanent results.
What makes it different from other laser treatments?
Standard laser treatments can be dangerous because they have different effects on different skin types. The same intensity laser might burn someone with lighter skin, or not work at all on someone with darker skin. To address this, we started using Intense Pulsed Light in the 90’s, a gentler option. But it turned out to be so gentle, it took as many as 12 to 14 treatments to work.
Gentle Hair Removal works on all skin types in just a few treatments. It works in a few ways. First, we classify skin type and choose the right laser setting to remove your hair without burning your skin. Then, Gentle Hair Removal targets growing hair – this makes it more effective over time. Finally, a built in Dynamic Cooling Device makes Gentle Hair Removal even safer and more comfortable.
How much time will it really save?
Recent survey data shows that the average woman will spend 72 days of her life shaving. That’s about 35 hours a year! With just three or four 22-minute Gentle Hair Removal treatments, you can reclaim that time and use it for yourself. Spend an hour a day meditating. Learn a language. Join a book club. We have the technology to remove the time and expense of removing unwanted body hair. Why not have your cake and eat it too?