Reducing Hirsutism and Facial Hair with
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Laser Hair Removal Treatments for PCOS: Reducing Hirsutism and Facial Hair with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

What is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

PCOS is a condition that affects many women, and one of the symptoms of this male-pattern hair growth disorder is excessive facial hair.

Women with PCOS may experience hirsutism as their testosterone levels rise, leading to unwanted side effects such as acne, weight gain, irregular periods, mood changes and fatigue.

Laser treatments are an excellent way to reduce or eliminate excess hair on the face, neck and chest area caused by PCOS - without any surgery!

How Laser Hair Removal Can Help

Laser hair removal for PCOS clients has reduced facial hair and excessive hair growth on the face, neck, chest and back due to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

The laser targets dark hairs by breaking up their structures. The lasers will penetrate deep enough into skin tissue without causing any burns or injury to the skin.

The laser is a permanent hair reduction method and works well with PCOS sufferers. The condition is commonly known as hirsutism and affects many women, even those not diagnosed with PCOS or any other hormonal disorder.

Why Is It Essential To Remove Excess Facial Hair?

It's essential to remove excess facial hair for aesthetic reasons as it can be an embarrassment and even a distraction. The condition is also embarrassing to those that suffer from hirsutism, especially in social settings like dating or work.

It's been shown by many studies that women with PCOS are constantly under the microscope because of their appearance, which may lead to low self-esteem and depression.

Hirsutism is not a life-threatening disorder, but it can cause many emotional and social problems for PCOS sufferers.

The Benefits Of Laser Hair Removal For PCOS Patients

There are many benefits for people that suffer from PCOS. Laser treatments for hair reduction can be an easy solution to reduce unwanted facial and body hair symptoms in just one treatment session.

A laser is a permanent form of hair removal, so once you have finished your course, the benefits are:

It eliminates the need to shave or wax
Provides permanent hair reduction
Significantly reduces the appearance of facial hair and excessive body hair
Can reduce depression, low self-esteem

What To Expect From The Procedure And How Often It Needs To Be Done Over Time

When you book a consultation with your laser specialist, you will receive a tailored treatment plan for your needs.

PCOS sufferers need to consult their doctor before starting any treatments. This disorder can affect various aspects of the body, and it's advised not to start taking medication if there isn't an agreed diagnosis.

For most people with PCOS, the results have been excellent, but it's worth bearing in mind that laser hair removal won't work for everybody.

If you suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS, your hormones are out of balance, leading to excessive hair growth.

Laser removal treatments can help with reducing the number of hairs. Still, it won't be a permanent fix since we know that this is a hormonal imbalance, and excess hair will continue to grow back in most cases unless hormone levels are corrected.

We have treated many clients who suffer from PCOS with great success using laser removal methods, so if you would like more information on how we may be able to help with your condition, please contact us for a free consultation today!

Frequently Asked Questions About Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

What Are The Symptoms Of PCOS?

There are many symptoms of PCOS, including irregular periods, mood changes and fatigue.

Hirsutism is one of the most common symptoms that affect many women with this condition, but not all sufferers will experience it. Hirsutism occurs when there is an excess amount of male hormones in your system, which leads to excessive hair growth on the face, chest and back.

Does Laser Affect PCOS?
Yes! Excess hairs are removed so that the condition will not worsen, but it is a long-term fix since hormones must be corrected to stop excess hair from growing again.
How Much Does Laser Treatment Cost For PCOS
The cost for laser hair removal for PCOS depends on the area being treated and the size of the hair follicles. Contact us today for a free consultation to find out more information!
Why Does Pcos Cause Acne?
PCOS can cause acne in several ways. One reason is that the hormones that affect sebum production are out of balance, and this leads to an overproduction of oil which then causes pores to get clogged up with dirt, bacteria or dead skin cells.
What Is Hirsutism?
Hirsutism is a condition that mainly affects women, and it causes an overgrowth of hair. The most common areas to be affected are the face, neck, chest and back, but this can vary depending on how severe your PCOS symptoms are.
How Many Sessions Of Laser Hair Removal Do You Need For PCOS?
The number of laser hair removal sessions needed for PCOS will depend on the individual and their response to treatment. We recommend at least eight treatments, but in some cases, 12 may be necessary.
Does IPL Hair Removal Work With PCOS?
Yes, IPL laser does help, but medical-grade lasers are more effective because the laser penetrates more profound in the hair follicle than IPL.
What Are The Symptoms Of A Woman With Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?
CoLaz offers a wide range of treatments for patients suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). A hereditary condition, PCOS can lead to irregular or no periods, weight gains and thin hair. Another common symptom is acne, and we have several treatments to reduce acne in clients.
Why Do I Need A Course Of Treatments?
When dealing with polycystic ovary syndrome, it is essential to take a course of treatments to solve the problem. There are many different symptoms, and some people will have more problems than others - each individual will need their tailored treatment regime for the best chance of success.

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