4 Editors Get Real About Their Laser Hair Removal Experiences
Think about it: after going through the prescribed amount of sessions, which can last as little as 10 minutes, you'll be able to trade the weekly shaving sessions or monthly wax appointment for a touch-up appointment once every few years. The magic wand that emits the monochromatic hair-follicle-impairing light needs to target the pigment at the root, so experts actually recommend that you shouldn't wax again after your first treatment. You'll even find that the fibers sprout back less frequently in between appointments (if you don't miss any).
Like we said, it's a sweet deal, but you might be wondering about any downsides, and specifically, how much a session under the lights hurts. Four editors get real about their laser hair removal experiences, ahead.