Laser Hair Removal

Dr. Mazen Munir and the staff of Layan Laser and Skin Center offer laser hair removal procedures to their patients who live in the Rancho Cucamonga, California area. The doctor is a Board Certified physician who specializes in many aesthetic techniques.

Painless, Lasting Hair Removal

Stop hiding, and start showing off your body. When shaving and waxing have failed you or become too cumbersome to continue up-keep, it is time for something more reliable. The Layan Laser and Skin Center offers laser hair removal using state of the art equipment for fast, lasting results.

ICON Aesthetic System

The ICON system provides permanent and effective hair reduction treatment. Just a few simple treatments is all it takes to minimize hair growth for good. Unlike shaving that lasts days, waxing that needs to be repeated every few weeks, or tedious electrolysis, permanent hair reduction is a lasting solution that takes away the everyday hassle of dealing with unwanted facial and body hair. ICON light-based technology works by targeting and destroying the hair cells responsible for hair growth without harming the surrounding skin. This approach is fast, simple, with each treatment complete in just minutes.

Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is an efficient, long-lasting method for reducing unwanted hair growth in most patients. After the first treatment, hair growth will begin to slow and unwanted hairs will begin to thin. After completion of a recommended series of treatments, patients can expect to see a significant reduction in hair growth and results that are long lasting. Interestingly it also causes smoothing of skin and prevents recurrence of skin problems caused by ingrown hairs. It is a very efficient way to take care of folliculitis for those with the condition. Our Laser is safe for all skin types.

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Questions & Answers

1Will Laser Hair Removal Procedures Provide Permanent Results?
The permanency of a laser hair removal procedure will depend on many different factors. These can include the size, coarseness, and color of the hair being treated. Where the hair is located on the body may also play a role in the type of results a patient receives from this type of procedure. Lighter, finer hair will be dealt with much more efficiently than thicker, darker, coarser hair that may take several treatments. Over time, however, the darker hair will begin to become lighter in color and lose its coarseness making it easier to remove with each additional session. The results of a laser hair removal procedure may last several months and eventually result in the hair being completely eliminated.
2How Many Sessions are Needed Before Results are Noticeable?
The number of sessions needed before results are noticeable will be determined by the characteristics of the hair being targeted. Darker, coarser hairs on the chest, face, or pubic region may require numerous sessions before they begin to grow in much lighter and finer. Hair that is noticeably fine and lighter in color, may begin to respond to the laser procedures almost immediately. It may take several weeks for a lighter colored hair to start to grow back, while it may only take two or three weeks for a darker, coarser hair to reappear. In most cases, noticeable results are apparent within three to four months from when the first procedure was performed.
3Do Laser Hair Removal Procedures Have Side Effects?
Laser hair removal procedures offer the same basic side effects as other laser-based procedures. Redness, skin irritation, warmth, inflammation, and mild tenderness to the touch are common with all laser procedures. Lasers do not break the skin, nor do they pose a risk of infection. The mild discoloration or bruising that often appears after the procedure, may only last two or three days and will not pose any long term discomfort. Most side effects are minimal and will be gone within a day or two of having the procedure. If side effects become severe, they should be immediately reported to the doctor so notes can be placed in the patient's file.

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