Affordable laser hair removal, is that even possible? While prices for this highly requested service match the demand, a small percentage of savings can add up to a whole lot. Our suggestions will help you lose more hair, and keep more of your money.
Laser is a very intricate process. So before deciding to go through the procedure, please do your research to make sure the facility is a reputable company. Your health and safety should always come first.
Most places will offer a series of treatment in a package (example: eight bikini line treatments) for cheaper than what it would cost individually because they want you to purchase your treatments up front. If they don’t offer these package savings, simply ask them. You would be surprised on what they might work out, but only if you ask.
If you would love to buy a package but don’t have the cash to pay up front, and would rather not put it on your credit card you might have another option. Care Credit is a loan company offered for many medically-based procedures like laser.
No interest payment plans and extended payment plans are available, but not all providers accept every plan. On their website you can put in your zip code to find providers that accept Care Credit and apply.
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So, you toured the facility and had your consultation. Even if you can’t afford the laser hair removal right at that moment, subscribe to the spa’s newsletter, follow them on Twitter and like them on Facebook. You’ll then be alerted of any special promotions right when they’re released.
Do Laser or IPL (intense pulsed light) Treatments at Home
Current laser and IPL at home models can’t safely be used on the face or neck, but may permanently reduce body hair if you have the right combination of light skin and dark hair. Be careful on the device that you choose, or you could end up with an expensive gadget sitting in your junk drawer.
If you have your own business, or can perform high sought-out services, you might be able to do an exchange for all or part of your laser hair removal. Simply talk to the owner or manager who might work out a barter for your products or services. Just remember to get everything in writing so it’s all legal and fair.