The grooming needs of the modern day men are not much different from women. Men care as much about their body, hair, style and clothes, as any contemporary and urban fashionista.
Gauging the dynamics, the cosmetic service providers as well as manufacturers have focused the business on men. The most evident example is the advent of laser hair removal for men, which is customized for the need of men and the issues inherently associated with the gender.
The hair removal needs of men are fundamentally different from women, as they do not want to completely remove hair, but to groom and achieve a certain shape. For example, a multitude of men visits professionals to get rid of unibrow, to have hair density on back, and chest thinned out, and hair on ear removed.
For all these needs, the laser hair removal is considered the most sought after alternative, if long lasting results are what one is looking for.
If you are skeptical towards laser treatment, then you should know the technology it uses for grooming procedures.
What is laser treatment?
As the name implies, in the treatment, a laser targets the hair follicle and destroys it. The energy released by a laser is absorbed by melanin, the pigment in hair; therefore, the area around the hair remains safe. The preliminary laser designs worked only on lighter skins; however, at present a number of lasers have come that work for all skin types and hair.
A standard laser treatment may take 4 to 6 sessions, where each session may take around 30 minutes. As it is not an invasive procedure, there is no recuperation period. What all you need to care of is not exposing the treated area to sun for a couple of days.
Laser hair removal costs
The laser hair removal cost varies from region to region and from salon to salon. A clinic run by a doctor certainly cost higher than at an unsupervised places. However, a standard range of the cost is $400 to 600.
If you are interested in learning more about the Laser Hair Removal Treatment, contact our office to schedule your consultation with Dr. Ahmed today.