Don’t Razor It. Laser It!

By Avery Barker

Are you tired of shaving, plucking or waxing? Do you get razor bumps or acne-like breakouts after getting rid of that unwanted hair? If so, you may want to consider laser hair removal. As the hot summer months approach, it’s time to take care of that unwanted hair. Laser hair removal is the most effective way to reduce unwanted body hair. Instead of shaving everyday this summer and getting razor burn, irritated skin and continued growth, come in and begin your laser hair removal package today!

Laser hair removal is a medical procedure that uses a laser — an intense, pulsating beam of light — to remove unwanted hair. How’s it work? During laser hair removal, the laser beam passes through your skin to the individual hair follicles of the targeted treatment area. The intense heat of the laser then damages theses follicles inhibiting future hair growth. The most common treated areas are face, legs and bikini, but we can also treat the chest, back, arms, underarms, shoulders, etc.

Laser hair removal is a fast and virtually painless procedure that gives you long lasting results. You can begin to see a significant reduction in your hair growth in as little as three treatments. Here at Aqua Medical Spa, you will not only benefit from the efficiency of technologically advanced and proven medical lasers, but you’ll also enjoy our relaxing spa environment that makes getting your treatment even better.

Consultations are free of charge! Book your appointment today, so you can begin your hair reduction journey before summer gets here!

A Special Offer for Our Loyal Blog Followers:

Just mention this blog post and you’ll receive 20%* off any laser hair removal treatment you schedule, and pay for, between the posting date of this blog and Wednesday, May 2th.

* This discount is only available at offices where laser hair removal treatments are currently offered, and for the stated time period above. Substitutions are not permitted and no rain checks or postponements can be offered. Prepaid treatments/services must be scheduled and used prior to December 31, 2018.

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