Laser Treatment Spring TX

Find top doctors who perform Laser Treatment in Spring, TX. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Spring, TX.

Local Businesses

Bumgardner, Amy

9303 Pinecroft Dr Ste 150
Spring, TX 77380

Cohen Scott A

(281) 362-0001
875 Country Hills Dr
Spring, TX 77381

Unfried, Don – Woodlands Dermatology Association

(281) 419-0225
9303 Pinecroft Dr, #150
Spring, TX 77382

North Houston Skin Care

550 E 1400 N
Spring, TX 77380

Lucian Rivela

(281) 681-3905
9191 Pinecroft Drive Suite 150
Spring, TX 77380

Philllipn Freeman

832 482 3544
8850 Six Pines Dr
Spring, TX 77389

Julia Caye Sansbury

6767 Lake Woodlands Dr Ste F
Spring, TX 77382

Leslie Shook Ledbetter

(281) 363-5050
9303 Pinecroft Dr – Suite 150
Spring, TX 77380

Payne, Kristyn

9303 Pinecroft Dr Ste 150
Spring, TX 77380

Spring Dermatology

(832) 717-3376
21301 Kuykendahl Rd
Spring, TX 77373

Keystone Centers For Plastic & Onstructive Surgery

920 Medical Plaza Drive
Spring, TX 77380

Tucker, Stephen B – Tucker Stephen B

(281) 367-9110
1055 Evergreen Cir
Spring, TX 77380

Delaflor Weiss Rafeal

9006 Forest Xing
Spring, TX 77381

The Woodlands Skin Surgery Center

(281) 364-8844
8850 Six Pines Road
Spring, TX 77380

Sandbury, Julie

9303 Pinecroft Dr Ste 150
Spring, TX 77380

Joel Craig Hyman

(281) 363-5050
9303 Pinecroft Dr – Suite 150
Spring, TX 77380

Hilton Yee

(281) 297-6337
9201 Pinecroft
Spring, TX 77380

Leslie Ledbetter

9303 Pinecroft
Spring, TX 77380

Holly Clark

9303 Pinecroft Dr Ste 160
Spring, TX 77380

Vein And Laser Center

(832) 585-0090
9004 Forest Crossing Dr, Ste D
Spring, TX 77381

Laser Treatment FAQ in Spring, TX

What is best for removing pubic hair?

The safest technique is trimming the hair with scissors, if they do not come into contact with the skin. Shaving the hair or using a method that removes it from its follicle could result in: small breaks or cuts in the skin.

What is the fastest way to heal after laser treatment?

Keep your skin clean. Avoid the Sun. Keep Your Skin Hydrated. The most important Tip!

What should I avoid before and after laser?

Avoid shaving the treated area for 72 hours after treatment. Avoid exercising for at least 48 hours. Avoid hot baths and hot showers for 48 hours. Avoid anything that involves chlorine (e.g. swimming) for 48 hours.

What should you not do before laser treatment?

AVOID waxing, bleaching, tweezing, threading, Nair, etc. for 4 weeks prior to your appointment. NO facial treatments, microdermabrasion, or chemical peels for at least 2 weeks before and after your laser treatment. NO exercise or deodorant for 24-hours post treatment.

Is 2 sessions of laser hair removal enough?

Generally, clients need about two to six laser treatments in order to completely get rid of hair. You can expect to see about a 10% to 25% reduction in hair after your first treatment. As you continue your treatments, more and more hair will fall out, and you’ll notice that it continues to grow back more slowly.

Can hair grow back after laser?

After your laser session, the growth of new hair will be less noticeable. However, even though laser treatments damage hair follicles, they’re not destroyed completely. Over time, the treated follicles may recover from the initial damage and grow hair again.

How do I stop my pubic hair from growing permanently?

Laser hair removal or electrolysis Laser hair removal and electrolysis are both considered “permanent” methods to denude pubes: both eliminate hair follicles so hair doesn’t grow back.

How do I prepare my face for laser?

Avoid all hair removal methods, except shaving. Shave prior to your appointment. Avoid fake tan and sun exposure. Shower the day of your appointment. Wear loose fitted clothing. Avoid sun exposure. Avoid exercising and hot showers. Use aftercare products.

Why shouldnt you shower after laser?

Heat – Laser hair removal will make your skin sensitive so it’s best to avoid extreme heat, including hot showers and baths as well as steam rooms and swimming pools (which also contain chlorine which can aggravate the skin), for at least 48 hours after the process.

Is laser for face worth it?

“Lasers are great tools that can help improve various problems of the skin, such as acne scarring, fine lines, wrinkles, sun spots, and even tattoos and loose skin,” says the New York City–based dermatologist Tara Rao, MD.

Do and don’ts after laser?

Redness & Bumps are normal. Cleanse the area treated gently. No makeup & lotion/moisturizer/deodorant for the first 24 hours. Dead hairs will begin to shed 5-30 days after your treatment. Exfoliate to speed up hair shedding. Avoid the sun. Do not pick/scratch/wax/thread/tweeze the area. Hair growth varies.

Will I notice a difference after 1 laser treatment?

Indeed, even after your first laser hair removal session, you will see results. Unwanted body hair will start shedding after your first session and you will see the difference. Laser hair removal is superior to other hair removal methods in many ways.

What is the biggest danger of using a laser level?

Exposure to high level lasers may cause depigmentation, severe burns and possible damage to underlying organs. High-powered lasers may also cause fire hazards.