Most women get tired of plucking their eyebrows every month or so. Some women with darker hair, too, may develop a shadowy fuzz above their top lip. Most blonde and red-haired women are fortunate in that their hair is usually too pale to be noticeable on their upper lip, but the hair may be felt even if it's not seen, so some women with light hair may still want to get rid of facial hair for good. Some women may consider waxing, but that can be both painful and be very costly over time, as the treatments build up. Since the face is a very sensitive area, some women may also be allergic to the wax.
If you are sick of waxing and tweezing and are interested in having facial hair removed permanently, or at least semi-permanently, read on to learn more about laser hair removal face treatments.
Laser hair removal for the face works by attacking the hair at its root. It targets the melanin in the follicle and prevents the hair from growing any further. People with dark skin may be concerned, due to the effect on the melanin, but when doing laser treatments for hair removal, it's possible to set the lasers on a lower level so that they will have no effect on the skin at all. Compared to waxing, as well, it's a relatively painless procedure and lasts much longer.
The cost of laser hair removal for the face can vary in price depending on how much of the area you want to treat, as well as in what region you may be located. Some countries may be more or less expensive than others, and some regions even in the US may vary widely in price. You also may be required to have multiple treatments depending on the difficulty of removal or the size of the area.
Laser hair removal face treatments are fairly reasonable in price. If you wax your eyebrows or lip hair regularly, then it probably will cost less on a long-term basis to have laser hair removal for your face versus constantly purchasing wax treatments every month. Usually removing facial hair with laser treatments usually costs approximately $600 to $900 each treatment. As stated, however, prices may vary depending on a number of factors, so you may end up having to pay less or more.
Removing facial hair can be a great cause of frustration for women. For many women, tweezing and waxing must be done at least once a month or more to keep eyebrows and other facial hair from growing to long or bushy. Fortunately, there are laser hair removal face treatments available at a reasonable price so that you can get rid of facial hair permanently.