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IPL Hair Reduction Series

Concern: Unwanted dark hairs

Recovery Time: No medical downtime; No sun or trauma for 2-4 weeks pre and post treatment

Ideal for: 18+ individuals with fair to medium skin

Results Last: Often permanent reduction of hair

Results Seen: After a few treatments but expect 6 treatments for best results

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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) hair removal is a safe, proven, and often permanent way to reduce unwanted body hair. Ideal for men and women who need to eliminate facial hair, as well as back, body, leg, and underarm hair.

IPL hair removal is an easy way to eliminate the painful waxing, electrolysis, plucking, tweezing, and shaving from your life. IPL reduces unwanted facial and body hair, resulting in smooth skin. Pulsed light hair removal is a more sensible, gentle  approach to unwanted hair.

Pulsed Light Hair Removal is the treatment of choice for:

  • Permanent reduction of bikini area hair
  • Permanent reduction and removal of facial hair
  • Permanent reduction and removal of unwanted hair from back and body
  • Prevention of ingrown hairs

Why Choose Dr. Julia Sabetta For Pulsed Light Hair Removal?

Throughout her entire career, Dr. Julia Sabetta has been committed to providing the safest, most effective treatments for her patient’s concerns. Her considerable expertise and extensive training mean you’ll enjoy a comprehensively individualized treatment, which ensures superior results from your Pulsed Light Hair Removal.

Understanding More About Pulsed Light Hair Removal

Pulsed Light Hair Removal is a proven, effective treatment for the permanent reduction and long-term removal of unwanted hair on the face and body. Dr. Julia Sabetta uses Alma Laser 650 nm Pulsed Light with Advanced Florescence Technology (AFT) to perform this procedure. This non-invasive procedure requires no downtime, but you will need to avoid sun exposure on the treatment area for two weeks prior to the procedure and for the two weeks that follow.