4: Laser Can Be Time Consuming
A number of factors determine the length of time for a treatment, but at Colaz laser hair removal; they plan for adequate time to go as slowly or as fast as is comfortable and appropriate for each client.
With older machine models such as the Soprano XL it takes around 5-6 hours to treat the full body. With the ND YAG pro it can take just 1.5 – 2 hours to treat a full body client, this is dependable upon the body shape of the client who is being treated.
Smaller treatment areas such as the underarms or upper lip area can take just 5 minutes to treat. This is really convenient as you can even attend laser sessions during your lunch break.
Laser treatment sessions are spaced out with 4 – 6 week gaps, so it really does not eat up much valuable time at all.
5: Laser is Expensive
That is a myth: Laser is no more expensive, especially when you factor in the value of your time. The main factors that affect the cost are the size of the treatment area. Smaller treatment areas such as face and arm pits are associated with lowest laser hair removal prices. Larger areas such as legs and back are quiet expensive, as there is lot more surface area to treat.
Whenever you approach a laser salon, it would most likely benefit you to enquire about any offers that may be currently running. The technology is becoming improved over the years, and the prices are falling down. Laser offers a long-term reduction. When you make a comparison between the money you have spent on laser hair removal as opposed to money put towards other hair removal methods, you are making a huge saving.
Laser hair removal results can last up to 5/ 6 years, the treatment for your full legs may have cost you between £500 and £1000. This is still cheaper than the amount you would have invested in razors, trips to the salon for waxing and hair removal lotions and potions within this time period.