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What is a laser beard shape up?

A laser shape up is a non-invasive procedure that uses laser technology for beard contouring to remove unwanted hair and outline the beard. Laser hair removal can be used for shaping and maintaining beard lines, providing a more defined look. However, it's important to consult with a licensed professional to determine the suitability of the procedure for your specific needs and skin type. 

What’s the difference between a barber shape up and laser shape up?

A barber shape up is manual shaping and grooming of facial hair using tools like clippers, trimmers, and razors. It involves creating clean lines and contours for a well-maintained appearance but requires lifetime maintenance. On the other hand, a laser shape up, is a more semi-permanent to permanent method. It is a hair removal technique, involving using laser technology to remove unwanted facial hair. This treatment also helps with preventing ingrown hair.

How many laser shape ups will I need?

The number of laser hair removal sessions needed for a "shape up" or any area of the body can vary depending on factors like hair color, skin type, and the specific laser technology used. Typically, multiple sessions are required to target hair in different growth phases. On average, you might need anywhere from 6 to 8 sessions, spaced several weeks apart, to achieve optimal results. However, individual responses to laser treatment vary, and some people may require more or fewer sessions. Consulting with a qualified professional or dermatologist will help determine a personalized treatment plan based on your specific characteristics and goals. They can provide a more accurate estimate of the number of sessions needed for your laser shape up.

Is laser shape up safe for all skin types?

Laser hair removal can be effective for various skin types, but its effectiveness may vary depending on factors such as hair color and the type of laser used. At Beauty Planet Laser Aesthetic Center we offer lasers for all skin types ALEX and YAG. However, it's crucial to consult with a qualified professional who can assess your specific skin and hair characteristics to determine the most appropriate treatment and potential outcomes for your situation.