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  • Laser hair removal is a medical procedure

    A Brooklyn woman who underwent laser hair removal with a non-physician told The New York Times that she experienced burning pain during her third laser hair removal session. Red stripes appeared along the back of her legs, turning brown over the next few months. The operator error was to schedule her treatments four weeks apart instead of the recommended 10 to 12 weeks for legs. 

  • 6 Awesome non-surgical options (available now and in the near future) to help you ditch the extra fat

    Everyone loves to tell you how to get rid of those extra pounds, like it's so easy. "Put down the donut." "Go to the gym." "Be less stressed." "Drink 30 gallons of water each day." "Get 23 hours of sleep." "Cut out carbs." "Do cardio all day, everyday." 

    There, now you have everything you need to get thin and svelte. You’re welcome. 

    So, what are you waiting for? Have you lost any of that fat yet? No? How about now? Still no? Sheesh, you’re lazy! 

  • What can lasers do for me?

    Lasers can erase brown spots, fade lines and wrinkles, smooth rough skin, remove unwanted hair and remove a tattoo. But it's complicated. One machine does not treat all problems, some treatments hurt more than others and some treatments leave you red for a few hours; others, for a few weeks. Joan Kron, writing for Allure explains how lasers can benefit you. 

  • Angela: Laser Hair Removal Works

    Due to her fair complexion, Angela found laser hair removal far more effective at getting rid of her dark hair than shaving or waxing. Shaving left the root of her hair visible on her skin and waxing was both painful and tedious. As more of her friends had success with laser hair removal, Angela thought it might be a good option for her. 

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