Removing or reducing hair on back, chest, stomach, shoulders, and genital area. Works best on light skin with dark hair; not suitable for blond or white hair.
It used to be that hair removal was strictly a female thing. Unless you were a bodybuilder, cyclist, swimmer, or male exotic dancer, chances are your body hair remained untouched.
Not so anymore. Experts report that more and more men are opting for the same grooming rights as women – including smooth body skin.
Using laser light energy to penetrate the hair shaft, it actually kills the hair root. This doesn’t kill the follicle (the place where hair growth starts). So technically, another hair can grow in its place, but it’s difficult. That means results of laser hair removal last a fairly long time.
“Most men don’t necessarily want it all removed, but increasingly they do want it thinned out, on their back and chest.”
After all laser hair removal treatments are completed, results could be almost permanent, with touch-up treatments annually or biannually to maintain results.