You may heard of parties for Tupperware, Pampered Chef, Southern Living and Stella and Dot, but what about laser hair removal? There just happens to be a new trend hitting the home party circuit.
Now, instead of heading to the spa or medical office for their laser hair removal needs, more and more women are bringing these services to their private homes, along with food and friends. These laser hair removal parties are a fun new inexpensive alternative.
The owner of Laser by Christine, Arizona’s first mobile laser hair removal service, Christine Klatt brings her laser to women across the area for private in-home sessions and parties.
“You don’t have to go to an office,” Klatt told azfamily.com. “Laser hair removal is a very private and personal thing, so you want to be completely comfortable.”
Christine recommends at-home laser parties for nearly any occasion, from couples parties to mommy playgroups. She will even donate 20 percent of her profits back to the organization of your choice if you host a laser hair removal party as a school or team fundraiser.
The laser hair removal service owner’s prices are low. It costs only 40 dollars to laser your underarm area and you can reap more benefits when you host the party yourself.
“The unique thing about my parties is that the hostess will get two areas free,” Klatt told azfamily.com.
These laser hair removal parties are not dissimilar from at-home Botox parties, which became popular when the wrinkle-removing neurotoxin rose to success several years ago. However, while the small Botox parties required more consent forms, insurance approval and prescription recommendations from qualified cosmetic surgeons, the new laser hair removal parties are much more laid back.
If you are considering laser hair removal, you should know more about the benefits and preparation involved.
Lasers offer precision, speed and predictability to patients. Lasers can selectively target dark, coarse hairs while leaving the surrounding skin untouched and undamaged and 90 percent of patients experience permanent hair loss after an average of three to five sessions.
Each laser pulse lasts a fraction of a second and treats multiple hairs simultaneously, meaning the laser can treat an area the size of a quarter every second. While large areas like the back or legs can take up to an hour, small areas like the upper lip may be treated in less than a minute.
You should limit plucking, waxing and electrolysis for six weeks before laser hair removal treatment. The laser targets the hairs’ roots, which are temporarily removed by waxing or plucking.
It’s also important to avoid sun exposure for six weeks before and after treatment, since sun exposure makes laser hair removal less effective and makes complications after treatment more likely.
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