Men and women are making unwanted hair a thing of the past. Eliminate razors, waxing, and ingrown hairs for good! With the newest technology, those who had once not been a candidate for laser hair removal can now receive this treatment and achieve outstanding results. At TriBeCa MedSpa we understand how important it is to use the proper laser to safely and permanently remove unwanted hair from all body parts. Our state-of-the-art hair removal lasers allow us to treat every skin type and tone ranging from very light to very dark with minimal discomfort. 

Benefits of Laser Hair Removal  


Areas That Can Be Treated  

Chin  Ears Under Arms Buttocks
Upper Lip Arms Shoulders Bikini
Cheeks Chest Hands Brazilian
Abs Fingers Feet Toes
Nose Breasts Back Legs 


What To Expect 

How to Prepare For and Maintain Your Laser Hair Removal


How Laser Hair Removal Works

A hair follicle goes through 3 stages of growth:

1. Anagen: This is the "perfect" stage for treatment. The hair shaft is attached to the papilla, thus enabling the laser to attack Hair Growth Cycle the melanin in the shaft and disable the papilla. This period for facial and body hair can be as long as 2-3 weeks.

2. Catagen: The growth process has reversed itself and the hair is getting ready to shed (this is not the same shedding process as post-laser treatment). The moisture, water and salt have begun to dry up. It is still possible to treat with laser in the future since a follicle in the Catagen stage will produce another hair. This stage is variable and can last as little as 2 days.

3. Telogen: This is the final stage, the "resting" stage. The hair is neither developing nor growing. It cannot be treated during this stage. The hair shaft is completely detached from the papilla, not allowing for the laser to attack the melanin and disable the papilla. This stage can last from a few days to a few years.

What this all means is that it is important to treat hair during the Anagen or growing stage. Only during this stage of the cycle can the hair be permanently destroyed. It takes 6-12 weeks for a hair to grow from the papilla to the surface of the skin. Our medical aestheticians may change the number of weeks between treatments depending on the rate that "your" hair grows.

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