Here’s the thing… laser may not be for everybody. There are precautions that need to be taken if you have certain skin types and a certified laser technician will be the first to tell you that! You need to have an expert consultation prior to even booking your treatments. Ashley has more on this below:
There are a number of important question you need to be asking your laser hair removal technician prior to considering getting hair removal treatment… here are a few:
We offer no charge consultations at both our north/central (780)800-7298 and south (780)800-5672 locations so give us a call to discuss your needs! Ask our skin care experts if laser treatment is safe for you.
What you need to do BEFORE your laser hair removal edmonton treatment to make sure laser is safe for you:
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How do you know if a laser clinic or skin clinic is right for you? Let’s ask Ashley:
Silky Skin Laser Edmonton offers affordable hair removal and professional services to ensure your are getting the absolute best.
Don’t fear the laser.
In a few cases, laser hair removal has gotten a bad rap however, we feel, with the proper certification and high-end technology (both of which we Silky Skin Laser offers), as well as with a skin expert consultation – you shouldn’t go forward with any treatment unless it’s right for you. Check out what Ashley has to say about this below.
If you’d like to book your no charge consultation, please give us a call!
North: (780) 800-7298
We’d like to introduce you to just one of our many laser hair removal experts, Ashley Malone-Rodriguez!
What to expect after your first laser treatment:
Most people have a fear of the unknown… If you’ve never had a laser hair removal treatment before, you will want to check out this video where Ashley explains what you can expect.
Call to book your no charge consultation to see if laser hair removal edmonton is right for you!
South Location: (780)800-5672
North Location: (780) 800-7298
Laser Hair Removal Technology
What’s the difference between Laser and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)?
Some laser hair removal centers use IPL, which should not be mistaken for laser. IPL devices use a very intense flash of light, like the flash on old cameras. They can be effective for those with light skin and dark hair, but those with darker skin could receive burns if they were to use IPL.
True laser machines use a single beam of light at specific wavelengths, which makes it safer and effective for a wider range of skin types. The Cutera Nd:YAG wavelength is the safest for dark or tanned skin.
Here are some differences between the two technologies: