Permanent Laser Hair Removal in Orange County

Utilizing the LightSheer Laser the industry Gold Standard in laser hair removal, now theres no reason to wax, pluck or shave your unwanted hair. We can help you achieve the smooth skin you want with no fuss.

The LightSheer treatments are safe, non-invasive, long-term solution to unwanted hair on all body parts and any skin type, including ethnic and dark complexions.

Say goodbye to messy creams and temporary solutions! In an hour or less, youll begin to have smoother, sleeker skin. You can even resume your regular activities immediately following treatment. Its that easy!

What is Permanent Hair Reduction?

Hair growth has three phases

Anagen (active)
Catagen (regression)
Telogen (resting)

The length of the whole growth cycle depends on the body part, and lasts anywhere from 4 to 12 months. Hair reduction is considered permanent when a significant amount of hair does not return for a period of time longer than the complete growth cycle

About LightSheer laser treatments

A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. The light emitted by the LightSheer diode laser is well absorbed by the pigmented located in hair follicles. During the procedure the laser pulses for a fraction of a second, long enough to heat up the hair and significantly impede the follicles ability to re-grow. This process also treats numerous hair follicles simultaneously. Therefore, LightSheer is appropriate for treating even the largest areas of the body both quickly and effectively.

An important part of the procedure is the cooling of the skin. A special contact-cooling hand piece allows us to treat even the most sensitive part of your body. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during and after each laser pulse with directing the laser energy to the hair root.

The combination of this cooling method and other key parameters allows for safe and effective treatments in all skin types, including ethnic and tanned skin.

How Laser Hair Removal Works

Lasers generate heat in the hair shaft, which diffuses to the stem cell and matrix targets to cause desired damage