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4 Smaller Facial Spots for LHR that Can Make a Big Difference

Facial Spots

They say not to sweat the small stuff, yet that’s typically the source of our problems. Something as small as unwanted facial hair can be one of these things, but it doesn’t have to be. Advances in laser hair removal technology have made it possible to put your best face forward, especially in these four smaller facial areas.

  1. Eyebrows

    If eyes are the windows to the soul, then our brows must play nearly as important a role as the frames over the windows. However, most women aren’t born with iconic Audrey Hepburn brows. No doubt there are ladies who could tell you in detail about the first time they attempted to pluck away at their “unibrow.”

    Whatever your plight may be, LHR is a minimally invasive treatment that is ideally suited to tidying facial hair. If you want something different than what Mother Nature intended, LHR can groom your eyebrows for a smoother look, helping enhance your overall appearance.

  2. Cheeks and Chin

    Glance through the pages of any magazine and you’ll believe the only place hair grows on a woman’s face is the eyebrows, when the plain truth is a bit hairier. Many women frequently pluck or wax away the embarrassing hair that grows on the cheeks or chin. The good news is that LHR can work to remove these unwanted hairs and help to boost your self-confidence.

  3. Beard

    If you thought that laser hair treatment was only for women, think again. There are plenty of men who are suffering from a permanent 5 o’clock shadow. Perhaps you’ve tried all the tricks in the book, including packing your razor with your lunch to shave on your lunch break.

    Fortunately, laser hair removal can help to thin the density of your facial hair. LHR uses a concentrated beam of light to target hair follicles beneath the skin’s surface. The heat from the laser prevents future hair growth while protecting the skin surrounding the region. The technology works on multiple hairs simultaneously, which means that in several sessions, you can bid a not-so-fond farewell to your permanent stubble look and celebrate a more polished appearance.

  4. Hairline

    You’d have to have never entered a supermarket to miss the magazines lining the checkout aisle. There always seems to be a cover story questioning whether or not a celebrity has gone under the knife. Look no farther than Kim Kardashian as Exhibit A.

    Though we’ll never know all the answers to the well-kept secrets behind her beauty, Kim herself admits to laser hair removal as being the remedy to her troublesome hairline [/url]. She discredits claims of having had cosmetic surgery to alter the shape of her forehead, citing instead the minimal magic of LHR. This treatment can remove the fussy ‘baby hairs’ that may cause you to feel self-conscious about your appearance, offering you a much sleeker hairdo and a chance to live the truism “No muss, No fuss.”

Is LHR Right for You?

Regardless of the specific problem spots where you may be experiencing unwanted facial hair, LHR can work to permanently remove that peach fuzz, which can give you an image overhaul along with a boost in self-confidence. This safe, effective technology is both gentle and minimally invasive, offering precision treatment that can result in smooth skin and a subtly enhanced appearance.

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