Does laser hair removal really work? The number one question I’m asked every time I mention laser hair removal on my social platforms. I’m here to tell you that it does. Well, show you.
As promised, I am back with my third,and final post of my laser hair removal journey with Skin Rejuvenation Clinic! Well, this journey isn’t over, but here are my thoughts and experiences with Skin Rejuvenation Clinic.
As I mentioned in my first two posts. You can read first one HERE and second one HERE. Kate and Kathleen, my aestheticians are super knowleadble on what they’re doing and they explain the entire process so you are informed on what’s happening. They’re super friendly, and relatable too, which made the experience all the more enjoyable. I always look forward to my time with them. I have to say that I was NERVOUS about doing laser on my face (chin) because some of the risks including burns, and hyperpigemetauon. Luckily, i experienced neither.
The pictures below are from the third and sixth sessions. The last picture was a week and half after my sixth laser session and as you can see the hair is very sparse and not as thick. That’s because the hair is burned off overtime and it eventually fall out of the follicle. I recently began taking a hair growth vitamin, so i’m not sure if it’s contributing to facial hair growth. My chin feels smooth despite the slight fuzz. I plan on going in for two more sessions.
Photo before 3rd session
( I like to think of laser as getting worse before it gets better. What I mean by that is when I started the process, my hair wasn’t as thick. Refer to first blog post. What happens is the area is shaved before the laser, which causes the new growth to be thick and coarse but overtime the laser kills off the hair which leaves it lighter and finer as you can see in the last photo.)
Photo two weeks after 6th session
For all my local readers, Skin Rejuvenation Clinic if offering a FREE consult, as well as 50 dollars off (with the code JEWEL) a session of laser hair removal, facials, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion. I can’t decide if I want to get a Peel or Microdermabrasion, but I will be going in for a facial. Take some time for yourself this Valentine’s Day and indulge in some self care.
ps. Feel free to leave me comments or email me if you have any questions.
This post is in collaboration with Skin Rejuvenation Clinic, all thoughts, opinions, and pictures are mine.