Safe and Effective Hair Removal

February 5, 2015

laser_hair_removalAre you tired of the hassle of shaving, painful waxing and tweezing? Forever Bare BBL (BroadBand Light) at the Radiant Touch Laser Center in Wichita Falls is the revolutionary new treatment that takes hair removal to the next level.

Forever Bare BBL uses gentle, yet effective BBL energy to heat hair follicles and is as comfortable as a hot stone massage. The rapid, short pulses of light or photothermal energy causes the hair follicle to stop producing hair without harming any surrounding tissue. Treatments are comfortable and safe. A cooling system sooths the skin, so the Forever Bare BBL treatment is delivered with minimal or no discomfort. Personal sensitivity varies from patient to patient. Forever Bare BBL treatment time depends upon the size of the area treated and your hair and skin type. Any area of the body can be treated. The most common areas are the face, under arms, arms, legs, bikini area, chest, shoulders and back. Typically, a smaller area only takes a few minutes while a large area can take 15 minutes or slightly longer. Right after your Forever Bare BBL treatment, you may experience some redness that should go away within a few hours. A few days to a week after treatment you may experience what seems to be regrowth of hair. Most of these hairs are actually being shed as a result of your Forever Bare BBL treatment and aren’t growing back. Most areas require 3-5 treatments applied at 4-6 week intervals to achieve optimal benefit. Long-term results depend on multiple factors such as hair thickness, the area treated and the hair’s growth cycle. There is minimal aftercare needed after a Forever Bare BBL treatment. Keep the treated area clean, use a sunscreen with a minimum SPF 30 when outdoors and follow the Radiant Touch’s instructions.

Dare to bare soft, silky, supple skin with Forever Bare BBL at the Radiant Touch Laser Center! To learn more call 940-264-3223 or stop by the Radiant Touch Laser Center at 1631 11th street (corner of 11tha and Brook) in Wichita Falls, Texas.