Laser Hair Removal with CynoSure Elite+

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a woman's armpit after receiving laser hair treatmentFor those who are exhausted with plucking, shaving, or waxing, or for those who have more serious issues involving unwanted hair growth, CynoSure offers a laser hair removal solution that is safe and can be used on all types of skin.

The way CynoSure laser hair removal works is by sending gentle pulses of energy into a hair follicle, making it impossible for the hair to regrow. Patients who have used CynoSure say that there is little to no pain. In fact, most patients say there is no discomfort at all. Laser hair removal is one of the most common non-surgical procedures.

Another great advantage of CynoSure is that it can be used on all types of skin, so people with tan or dark skin can be confident in using laser hair removal without worry that it will leave blemishes.

Laser Hair Removal with CynoSure Elite Plus

a woman waxes her legsCynoSure offers permanent hair reduction for those suffering from unwanted, unattractive hair or ingrown hair. CynoSure can be used to treat the face and the body, and patients can feel secure knowing that it will leave them with smooth, silky skin in the areas where the hair has been removed. Unlike that painful depilatory cremes or waxing, Cynosure grants you the freedom of a virtually pain-free hair removal experience.

Because of the natural growth cycles of hair, multiple treatments are required, and the numbers of treatments are often determined by the skin tone and the area of the body where the hair is being removed. For instance, more treatments will be required if the hair is being removed from the legs or the back than if it is being removed from the lip or face, and darker skin tones will typically require more treatments than lighter skin tones.hairless legs

The reason darker skin tones require more treatments is that the laser must target the pigment within the hair follicle without being absorbed by the surrounding skin. If too much of the laser is absorbed by the skin, it can become uncomfortable.

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