Get Bikini Ready With Permanent Hair Removal At Home

Bikini season is just around the corner and that means more skin on display. Shaving is one of the most common and fastest ways to remove hair but alas it’s only temporary with hairs sprouting back up just a few days later. Luckily, you can now remove unwanted body hair permanently with at home laser hair removal.

Does It Work?

There are two type of home hair removal systems; diode laser devices andΒ IPL machines. The Tria hair removal machine uses diode laser in order to target and destroy hair at the follicle. IPL Machines include the Tanda machine which emit waves of energy. Diode lasers are considered more precise and advanced. Both machines are FDA approved and will work for most people when used as directed.

How Much Does It Hurt?

You can expect to feel some discomfort; every zap can feel like a jolt or pinch. How much it hurts depends on your pain tolerance levels. You can always take an ibuprofen beforehand or apply a numbing solution before treatment to make it more comfortable.

Is It Expensive?

Home laser machines certainly can be costly but still considerably more affordable compared to professional treatments which can cost upwards of hundreds of dollars per treatment area. Considering the fact that numerous treatments are needed for permanent results this can quickly add up to thousands of dollars.

Home laser machines certainly can be costly but still considerably more affordable compared to professional treatments which can cost upwards of hundreds of dollars per treatment area. Considering the fact that numerous treatments are needed for permanent results this can quickly add up to thousands of dollars. One the other hand, one home laser hair removal system costs approximately the same as one professional treatment which makes it a win in our book.

 

 

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