Ethos Spa Skin & Laser Center Offers Laser Treatments For Removing Hair In New Jersey

July 16, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Ethos Spa, Skin & Laser Center, based in Summit, New Jersey, has announced that they are offering laser treatments for getting rid of hair in unwanted places on the body for residents of New Jersey and neighboring areas. Currently, they are also offering discounts and gift certificates to new clients.

Hardik Soni, medical director and founder of Ethos Spa, Skin & Laser Center, says, “Over the course of their lives, women spend a total of 72 days shaving their legs. For men, the total days shaving is 45. Yet they shave, wax, pluck and repeat, week after week, enduring rough stubble, ingrown hairs, irritated skin, and various nicks and cuts. There is a better way. We provide long-term removal of unwanted hair and give you the freedom to do more with your time. Plus, you get the benefit of healthier, smoother skin and improved confidence.”

Some of the most common treatment areas for the laser treatments provided include the upper lip, bikini lines, back, legs, underarms, stomach, neck, shoulders, arms, face, sideburns, and chin. Laser treatment for hair removal is simple. A handheld laser device is passed over the skin of the treatment areas. As this is being done, the device emits and directs controlled laser light into each individual hair follicle. When this light is absorbed by the pigment in the hair, the hair follicle heats up, hindering or delaying hair regrowth. Those who want to learn more about the medical spa and its services can visit their Twitter page at https://twitter.com/EthosSpa.

A number of treatments will usually be required but the exact number will depend on the client. However, it is important to realize that hair growth has three stages. These are anagen, telogen, and catagen. For best results, laser hair removal must be done during the early part of the anagen phase, when the hair is actively growing. Thus, several sessions may be required in order to ensure that the treatment was performed during that particular stage of growth. The sessions are spaced approximately one month apart to take into account the hair growth cycle.

For those areas where the hair is darker and coarser, such as the underarms, lower legs, and bikini line, these require the least number of treatments. However, for the face and arms, more sessions may be needed.

For those with tattoos, it should be noted that the laser devices used for removing tattoos are different from the devices used for laser hair removal. However, the laser device for hair removal may still affect a tattoo by causing the ink to scatter with the result that the color of the tattoo will be reduced by up to 75 percent. For those who want to avoid that, the laser device may only be used around the tattoo and alternative methods for hair removal will need to be used for the areas with tattoo.

For those who are concerned about the possible side effects of laser hair removal, they are mild and temporary. The most common side effects are redness, discomfort, pigment changes, and swelling. Side effects can be minimized by following the suggested skin care instructions before and after the procedure.

The treatment duration will vary depending on a number of factors, such as the size of the area being treated. For instance, treatment for the back and legs may need an hour or more, while treatments for the sideburns and the upper lip will require much less time.

Hardik Soni has had a lot of experience on a number of laser platforms, including Candela, Fraxel, Cutera, Sciton, Syneron, and Aesthera. This allows him to offer the best possible results, having substantial experience with providing more than 15,000 treatments.

People who want to learn more about the laser hair removal treatment and other services provided at Ethos Spa Skin & Laser Center can visit their website, or contact them by phone or by email. Those who want to remain updated regarding developments involving Ethos Spa Skin & Laser Center can visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/MyEthosSpa or check out their website.

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For more information about Ethos Spa, Skin and Laser Center, contact the company here:

Ethos Spa, Skin and Laser Center
Hardik Soni
+1 908-273-5400
info@myethosspa.com
89 Summit Ave, Summit, NJ 07901, USA

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