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Managing Unwanted Hair

Woman Receiving Laser Hair Removal Treatment

If you’ve ever done your make-up in the car in full morning light, you probably know the horror of finding that one hair! It’s on your chin, your neck, or maybe on the side of your face. The bright light makes it stick out like a sore thumb, and you wonder how long it’s been there! Then you wonder how many people have seen it!

Getting Smooth

In the US, we go to a lot of trouble to make our skin silky smooth. There is an entire industry built up around maintaining smooth legs, faces, underarms, and bikini.

Over your life, you’ll pay a small fortune for tweezers, razors and shaving cream, depilatory creams, and waxes, not to mention those one off products that make hair removal sound too good to be true. Did you know there’s a better, more permanent way?

Laser Hair Removal in Atlanta

Most Kalos Plastic Surgery patients with hair problems come for restoration services. But we also offer permanent hair removal.

Laser hair removal using the Cutera system provides smooth, lasting results that you won’t get even from electrolysis! It can be effective on any skin tone during any part of the year- you don’t have to wait for summer!

Whether your unwanted hair is on your legs, your back, or your face, Dr. Stong can take care of it with the Cutera Laser. It may require a few treatments to ensure that each part of the hair growth cycle is treated, but in the end, you can get rid of those unsightly hairs for good!

Posted on behalf of Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery

371 East Paces Ferry Rd, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30305

Phone: (404) 963-6665

Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.