Laser hair removal has become one of the fastest and most effective ways of permanently reducing your unwanted body and facial hair. One of the most common questions people have about the treatment is how long does one session of laser hair removal lasts. The answer to this question depends on several factors, including the size of the treatment area, the thickness and density of the hair, and the type of laser being used.
How long does one session of laser hair removal last?
Typically, a single laser hair removal session lasts anywhere from a few minutes to two hours. For smaller areas such as the top lip, chin or underarms, a session may take just a couple of minutes. For larger areas such as the legs or back, a session takes around 30-40 minutes. Or if you’re treating a full body top to toe can range between 1-2 hours.
How long does a treatment course last?
It’s important to note that laser hair removal requires multiple sessions to achieve the desired results. This is because hair grows in cycles, and laser hair removal is most effective during the active growth phase. Typically, a course of 6-8 sessions repeated at a regular 4-6 weekly intervals is recommended for best results. After the initial course of treatments, top up sessions may be required to maintain the results.
The duration of the results can vary from person to person and depends on several factors such as hair type, skin type, and hormonal changes. However, in general, laser hair removal provides long-lasting results that can last for several months to years.
If you’re ready to embark on a hair free journey, please contact my Expert team today who will be able to arrange your initial consultation.
How to book your consultation and what happens during your first visit?
As the first step of your skin journey at Skin Perfection, you’ll be invited to attend a no obligations consultation. This will give you the opportunity to get a good understanding of your skin.
During your first meeting you’ll receive all the information and knowledge you’ll need to keep your skin healthy. Finally to manage your skin concerns your practitioner will recommend you a personalised treatment plan.