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Laser is the latest in hair removal. Laser
treatments could remove the hair, but it also could
discolor certain types of skin. However, the Cutera
Laser works on any skin type, anywhere on the
Although all lasers can treat white skin with no
Laser is the only laser hair removal
system that can treat dark Hispanic, Mediterranean,
Black skin without discoloring or destroying the
pigment. It is called the Cutera
Laser because of its
refrigerated tip. It enables the laser to
effectively treat the follicle without generating
the heat of traditional lasers. It typically takes
12 treatments to remove the hair entirely and the
results are permanent.
Q: Is it permanent?
Treatment results may vary among patients. The Cutera
Laser Laser is cleared by the FDA for Permanent
Hair Reduction. The FDA defines permanent hair
reduction as the long term, stable reduction in the
number of hairs re-growing after a treatment regime.
Q: Will it work in dark skin?
Laser Laser is FDA-approved for use in
types I to VI skin, that is, from the whitest white
to the darkest dark. Care is taken with the darker
shades of skin, but excellent results can be
obtained in black skin.
Q: What does it feel like?
The laser treatment may feel like a mild sting for a
fraction of a second. It has a built-in cooling tip
that not only helps to protect the skin but also
helps to minimize the discomfort.
Q: How long do the treatments take?
An upper lip and chin can be done in 5 to 10
minutes. Underarms or bikini lines usually take 15
to 20 minutes. Legs and backs take longer. Very
often, follow-up treatments are shorter (and less
expensive) because there is much less hair to treat.
Q: How many treatments are necessary?
This is very important to understand. Hair goes
through 3 stages of development. Typically in the
anlagen stage, the hair will respond more effectively
to treatment. At any given time, only one third of
human hair is in the anagen stage. For this reason,
it is necessary to treat an area at least 3 times
with the treatments spaced approximately 6 weeks
apart in order to see the best and longest lasting
results. Darker hair will respond better, but both
dark and light hair may need up to 5 treatments for
maximum response and the best long-term results.
Q: Results - What can I expect?
There is often no immediate change. Your skin may
get slightly red or even develop a small crust that
will peel. The laser may leave small red marks on
your skin. The marks clear up in a few days. The
hair that has been destroyed will not start to fall
out for 2-3 weeks. Many times it will get darker and
thicker just before it falls out. Don't worry if you
do not see an obvious change immediately after your