Laser Hair Removal
ForeverBare Hair Removal Technique
After a thorough evaluation, Dr. David Sieber will place a clear, ultrasound gel onto the areas being treated. Each area will be treated using ForeverBare. Dr. Sieber uses a handheld device that emits visible light to destroy the follicles responsible for making hair. You may feel some heat during the procedure, but should not have any serious discomfort.
If you are interested in hair removal, you will need to shave prior to your appointment. You should also avoid sun-less tanners or excessive sun exposure for at lease three weeks prior to treatment.
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Recovery from ForeverBare Hair Removal
Treatment areas may be slightly red after your hair removal procedure, but this will improve within 24 hours. In general, Dr. Sieber likes to space your treatments about a month apart in order to target all of the hair growth cycles, so you may need to return after 30 days for your next ForeverBare treatment.
Laser Hair Removal Frequently Asked Questions
How permanent is laser hair removal?
Laser hair removal is permanent when the follicle is destroyed. When only damaged, it will eventually grow back but at different intervals depending on what person’s unique growth cycle happens to be in progress at any given time; some may not see much difference or else you’ll notice newly formed hairs sprouting after an extremely lengthy period of absence while others might experience newly budding whiskers days after your appointment!
What is bad about laser hair removal?
Laser hair removal is an effective way to permanently get rid of unwanted facial and body hair. The follicles are damaged by the laser, which causes many people’s skin in these areas become red with irritation; some may even break out into pimples or flushing due its sensitivity after treatment completion because their bodies react badly from this kind of damage done on them before it has had time fully heal up like expected (1).
The symptoms usually disappear within 2 weeks but can last much longer if you keep yourself hydrated properly while taking medications prescribed for any other dermatological condition(2).
Does laser hair removal actually last?
The truth is that, although laser hair removal can be permanent (with the exception of certain areas like the face), your hairs are still going to grow back eventually. While you might not need a touch-up for two years after treatment completion once done with treatments; touch ups will typically be needed at least one or four times per year because our scalps don’t always heal perfectly every time and there’s no way around this!
Is laser good for hair removal?
Laser hair removal is a popular option for many people who want to remove their unwanted facial or body hairs. It’s also helpful in removing dark, coarse stubble that can form on certain parts of the skin like underarms and arm pits as well! The precision offered by these devices makes them very effective at targeting single strands while not damaging nearby areas
Lasers have been around since 1962 when Beatles star George Harrison had his goatee removed with one during an appearance on “TV Quiz Show.” In more recent decades there has been steady growth due primarily from increased awareness among consumers about how aesthetic concerns affect self-esteem along with advances over time making this treatment safer than ever before.
Is 3 sessions enough for laser hair removal?
The perfect course for you depends on your needs. For the best results, make sure to come in at least 6 times over a period of 8 weeks or more!
How will I know how many treatments I require?
Some of your success with ForeverBare hair removal is trial and error. Most patients require 4-6 treatments for complete hair removal, but some patients have achieved total hair loss in as few as 2 treatments.* If you purchase a package of treatments, any unused treatments will be refunded at your purchase price.
Is ForeverBare painful?
Most patients who are seeing Dr. Sieber for ForeverBare hair removal say that the amount of pain during treatment is like traditional laser hair removal. The ForeverBare treatments are relatively quick, so any discomfort is only temporary.*
I have blonde hair. Am I a good candidate for ForeverBare?
Unfortunately, the light which is responsible for the success of ForeverBare is only able to target darker hair colors. Because of this, the ideal ForeverBare patient has light skin with dark hair, but you are welcome to come in for a free consultation and Dr. Sieber can tell you whether or not ForeverBare will work for you.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person. Editorial content, before and after images, and patient testimonials do not constitute a guarantee of specific results.