Many aesthetic experts have named the eyebrows as the most important facial feature. Expertly groomed eyebrows provide a frame for the face, can change your face shape, and make you look perfectly polished. And although it's easy to change up your God-given arches, maintaining a perfectly groomed set of eyebrows can be a hassle. Regular waxes are expensive, and tweezing them yourself is painful and doesn't always yield the best results. Laser hair removal can permanently remove unwanted eyebrow hair so that you can have immaculate eyebrows without ever having to worry about waxing or tweezing again.
During your laser hair removal for eyebrows procedure, a high-intensity laser is moved over the treatment area to disable the hair follicles. Most patients don't describe laser hair removal as painful-- they say it's comparable to being snapped by a rubber band. Laser hair removal specialists recommend between eight and twelve sessions, with each session taking about twenty minutes. Since the shape of your brows is subjective and entirely up to you, you can decide exactly which hair will go and which will stay. Before each session, your specialist will give you a special pen to outline your eyebrows so that only the hair outside of the outline will be removed. The pen's ink is formulated so it won't react with the laser.
When it comes to getting laser hair removal on your eyebrows, it's best to err on the conservative side of the amount of hair you take off. Remember, laser hair removal is the most permanent form of hair removal available, so whatever you choose to remove will be gone permanently. Many people who get laser hair removal for their eyebrows choose to treat only certain areas like between and above the brows-- areas that they are certain they want hairless for good. If you are sure that you want to contour an arch, remember that it's permanent. Afterward, the only way to change the shape of your brows will be through makeup.
The subject of laser hair removal around the eyes is debated. While some clinics consider it unsafe and won't perform laser hair removal for the eyebrows, other clinics go about the procedure with extreme caution. It's incredibly important that you know the general risks associated with laser hair removal in addition to the added risks of having the procedure performed near your eyes.
In general, the biggest risk that lies in laser hair removal is the chance that it won't permanently remove every last hair. If you're not satisfied with the amount of hair removed from the treatment, some clinics offer a guarantee to continue to treat the area until all of the hair is gone for no extra charge.
The skin around your eyes is quite delicate. Thus, the laser used in laser hair removal is more likely to damage this skin and subject the organs underneath it to the potentially harmful affects of the laser. Internal damage around your eyes can result in serious problems, including blindness. The area directly beneath the eyebrows is the riskiest area for laser hair removal, because there is little protection between the eye and the skin. Between the brows and above them is safer.
If you're looking to get laser hair removal for your eyebrows, expect to pay between $50 and $150 per session. You may need as many as twelve sessions total. When it comes to choosing your laser hair removal specialist, don't just choose the most affordable one-- research the specialist, clinic, and laser methods they use.
Laser hair removal for eyebrows is a permanent way to keep your eyebrows perfectly polished, saving you precious time and money. If you'd like to learn more about laser hair removal for your eyebrows or to schedule a private consultation with a laser hair removal specialist in your area, contact us today!