Vectus™ Laser Hair Removal

By: River Place Mohs & Dermatologic Surgery Center  06/13/2014
Keywords: Laser Hair Removal, Laser Hair

Unwanted body and facial hair can be tedious to remove, either via shaving, painful waxing, or slow and potentially scarring electrolysis. With laser hair removal, however, you can remove your unwanted hair in just a few short, painless treatment at River Place Mohs & Dermatologic Surgery Center. Laser hair removal works by concentrating a laser on the hair follicles responsible for hair growth. This kills the follicles while avoiding damage to the surrounding skin. Our new Vectus laser hair removal system uses a melanin reader to perfectly match every patient’s exact skin color and skin type so they get optimal results every time. This technology helps reduce negative side effects while maximizing comfort during your laser removal process. It also has the largest spot size available on today’s market, so this can be done in a fraction of the time required by comparable laser hair removal systems!

Keywords: Laser Hair, Laser Hair Removal

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