Free yourself from unwanted facial and body hair.
Stop shaving, waxing, or plucking when you choose laser hair removal.
Unwanted facial and body hair can be problematic for men and women of all ages. Both laser hair removal and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) hair removal give you a fast and easy solution for permanent hair reduction, so you can look and feel your best.
Laser hair removal reduces the need for shaving, which can leave your skin irritated and often results in unsightly stubble. It’s an advanced solution that gets rid of the hair on your face and body and frees you from razors, waxing and creams, giving you the convenience of ready-to-bare skin every day.
The secret lies in the clinically-proven technology that targets and destroys cells responsible for hair growth without harming surrounding skin. It’s a simple approach to permanent hair reduction that’s fast, easy, and FDA cleared. Best of all, treatment sessions can take just minutes.
Rely on laser hair removal for fast, easy treatment of unwanted hair on the:
Laser hair removal is a popular treatment that’s widely available in most cities and towns. Schedule a consultation today to learn if this treatment is right for you.
Light-based hair removal can work for most everyone, for all skin colors and most hair types. Laser hair removal is great for permanently reducing chest and back hair for the cleaner, younger look you desire.
You don’t have to live with unwanted facial or body hair. We offer advanced treatment in light-based, permanent hair reduction.
Benefits of laser hair removal:
- Permanent reduction of facial and body hair
- Fast, easy treatments with little to no downtime
Get a laser hair removal treatment plan that works for you and your budget. At Advanced Dermatology and Laser Institute of Seattle, we specialize in laser hair removal for your type of facial and body hair.
Laser Hair Removal FAQ
What areas can be treated?
Laser hair removal can remove hair from the face (except around the eyes), back, chest, arms, underarms, and legs.
Am I a good candidate for this procedure?
Laser hair removal is available for all skin types, including very light and very dark skin, and most hair colors. Our team will determine whether you are a good candidate for the procedure based on a variety of factors.
How does it work?
Light is used to target and destroy hair follicles responsible for hair growth without harming surrounding tissue.
How long does it take?
Laser hair removal treatments take just minutes for small areas and about a half hour for larger areas.
How many treatments will I need?
Several laser hair removal treatments are recommended for the best results. Several treatments may be needed to remove all your unwanted hair. You do not need to let hair grow out between treatment sessions.
How much does laser hair removal cost?
Laser hair removal is more affordable than you might think. Schedule a consultation to learn about pricing.
What will the treatment feel like?
Most people feel only a slight, momentary snap” at the treatment site during the procedure.
How quickly will I recover?
You can resume regular daily activities immediately following treatment.
Are there any side effects?
Some typical side effects of laser hair removal include a mild sunburn-like sensation (redness), accompanied by some minor swelling, immediately following the treatment. These effects may last a few days.
Other less common possible side effects include pain, bruising, peeling, rash, prolonged itching, ingrown hairs, crusting, and infection; burning, blistering, and scarring; scabbing, broken capillaries, and acne or herpetic breakouts.
Pigment (skin color) changes may include lightening of the skin or darkening of the skin, lasting one to six (1-6) months or longer or possibly permanently.
Removal or lightening freckles or other pigmented lesions may occur. Freckles and other pigmented lesions may temporarily or permanently disappear in treated areas. There is a risk of lightening or darkening of vascular lesions in the treated area.
There is a risk that the hair regrowth may be changed, such as little or no regrowth or more regrowth than before.
People of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean descent, as well as those who have an ill-defined hair line with no obvious transition of the hairline to the face, may have a higher risk of unexpected hair growth.