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Medical Aesthetices  >  Laser Hair Removals  >  Upper And Lower Full Back Hair Removal With Shoulders

  • Upper And Lower Full Back Hair Removal With Shoulders

  • Razors are out, Laser is in!

    Whether you are a man or woman, opting to remove hair from your body can be desirable for a number of reasons; enhancing your appearance, for hygiene, reducing the chances of sweat storing, etc. Banish the unwanted hair for good with the long lasting solution.


    • Reduced chances of ingrown hair
    • Cheaper than waxing
    • Permanent solution to unwanted hair
    • Safe and highly effective

    Good For:

    • Unwanted Hair

    How does it work?

    Laser hair removal is an option worth considering if you are tired of plucking, shaving and waxing. Using a concentrated beam of light, the laser targets the chosen area, destroying the root of unwanted hair. Laser treatment can be done on any body part except the eyelids and surrounding areas.

    How effective is Laser hair removal?

    Popular among people who want a permanent solution, laser hair removal has proven to be highly effective. Removing dark and thick hair growing on the face and even reducing the chances of ingrown hair.

    How long does it take?

    A single session of laser hair removal can take anywhere between half an hour to 1 hour, depending on the hair. According to our aestheticians, there should at least be a month-long gap between each session.

    Is Laser Hair Removal safe for Pregnant women?

    Laser hair removal is a safe treatment for anyone willing to permanently remove the unwanted hair from any body part. However it is best to avoid getting laser hair treatment during pregnancy.


    Procedure Time
    45 min
    Sensitivity Period
    24-48 Hours
    Visible Results
    4-6 sessions
    Rec. No. of Sessions
    8-10 sessions


    Hair removal involves heating the hair follicles, preventing new hair growth. This causes the hair follicles to go into dormancy for an extended length of time – considerably longer than shaving and waxing. When the hairs return, they will be lighter, finer, and fewer in quantity.

    Although laser hair removal is sometimes marketed as “permanent,” it simply decreases the amount of undesirable hairs in a certain area.

    You can shave following a laser hair removal session. However, it is essential that you don’t shave right away.

    Laser hair removal will last at least two years; however, followup sessions may be required to maintain the region hair-free indefinitely.

    Laser hair removal is a safe approach for most individuals to get rid of unwanted hair permanently or for an extended length of time. However, it may have a few negative effects for certain people, such as:

    • inflammation and redness
    • Crusting skin
    • Skin color changes

    For the most part, laser hair removal is both safe and effective. However  You should avoid having the treatment done near your eyes or during pregnancy as a precaution. 

    It is a common misconception that laser hair removal might cause cancer. In reality, the technique is occasionally used to treat some types of precancerous lesions or repair sun damage and wrinkles.

    It is possible to regrow hair on the body. On the arms and legs as well as the chest and back, it is more common than on the bikini line or underarms.

    Laser hair removal can darken or lighten the skin in the area where it is performed. These alterations might be short-term. Prior to and following treatment, these color changes typically affect people who do not prevent sun exposure.

    When compared to other methods of hair removal, such as waxing, laser hair removal is quite painless. Many people describe it as being snapped by a small rubber band.

    You can shave following a laser hair removal session. However, it is essential that you don’t shave right away.

    There is no conclusive evidence that laser hair removal affects a woman’s menstrual cycle in any significant way. It’s possible to experience hyperpigmentation from laser treatment, especially if you had it done around your period.

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