Face. Body. Wellbeing


Back Laser Hair Removal

Both men and women are having troubles with pesky back hair. However, traditional hair removals can also be quite taxing as waxing is painful while shaving induces razor bumps and can trigger back acne. Enter Laser Hair Removal, it is a method that rids of the troublesome back hair without any downtime or razor bumps.

Does laser hair removal work on back hair?

Yes! Laser Hair Removal works on any and all of the body parts such as the back, chest, and stomach. Many clients who want to remove pesky back hair opt for the Back Laser Hair Removal which is a better alternative than the traditional methods. These methods will need to be done every few weeks. They also do not do anything to change the hair that grows while the laser treatment can.

How long does laser hair removal last on back?

This will differ for every client because it depends on the individual’s skin type, hair type, and hormones. It will also depend on how many treatments you have gotten. After the first three treatment sessions, you may start to see a significant change in appearance and will bring you closer to your body hair goals. Typically, a client would need eight to ten sessions to see permanent results for back hair removal.

Can back hair be permanently removed?

Yes! You may begin to see a significant difference after the first few Laser Hair Removal treatments. However, the more treatments that you get, the less hair regrowth there will be. You should have a consultation with a medical professional in our clinic to identify how many consecutive sessions you will need. After getting the recommended number of sessions, your hair will be gone forever. However, hormone imbalances can affect your results and may cause regrowth.

How many laser sessions are needed for back hair?

This will depend on your skin type, hair type, and genetics. You will first have to get an initial consultation with our medical professional. They will determine how many sessions you will need. Typically, it will take about eight to ten sessions and more for any persistent hair growth.

How it works:

A laser specialist with sufficient training and experience will be assigned to you. They will use the laser-emitting device and proceed to zap the hair follicles by targeting the melanin in your hair. Damaging the hair follicles will inhibit most if not all of the future hair growth. The procedure will take more than most as the back is a large area.