Neck Laser Hair Removal
Why Neck Laser Hair Removal?
Pesky neck hair isn’t an annoyance experienced only by men; many women are plagued with unwanted neck hair, too. The hair can range from thick, dark and coarse to fine, light, and thin. The hair on the neck can also grow in various patterns on the neck.
Getting laser hair removal for the neck provides long-lasting reduction of hair growth for the patient.1
Men’s Laser Hair Removal for Neck
In men, hair patterns are predominantly seen on the front and back of the neck. The pattern on the front of the neck begins just under the chin down to the Adam’s apple or even down to the collar bone.
The area on the back of the neck, extends from the hairline down to the top of the back. This is an area that tends to get unruly between haircuts.
Having neck laser hair removal on the front and/or back of the neck reduces the occurrence of ingrown hairs often associated with PFB (pseudofolliculitisbarbae) and to maintain a groomed appearance in between haircuts.2
Neck Laser Hair Removal for Women
For women, hair growth on the neck or face is a particularly sensitive condition and the hair growth pattern presents similarly to men.
It can be attributed to hormones3, as seen in the front region of the neck or one’s ethnic background which is commonly seen on the back of the neck in many Asian and Indian ethnicities.4
For women, hair growth on the neck can be very embarrassing. Because it cannot be covered by makeup and clothing easily, many women take to plucking, waxing or threading for temporary relief of their hair problem, but this can cause other annoying problems like ingrown hairs and skin discoloration.
Neck Laser Hair Removal in Atlanta is a simple way to renew confidence by getting rid of the problem. To learn more about the process visit our page on the laser hair removal procedure.
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At WIFH, our initial patient consultations are always free. For patients ready to say “goodbye” to unwanted neck hair, schedule a complimentary consultation today!
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- Green JB (2015). Laser and Light-Based Aesthetics in Men. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 2015; 14(9): Pages 1061-1064. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26355628
- McGill DJ (2019). Laser hair removal in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive, & Aesthetic Surgery. 2015; 17 (5): Pages 267-272. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25803567
- 4. Richter, AL (2011). Laser skin treatment in non-Caucasian patients. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 2011; 10 (12 Suppl): Pages S17-9. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22577688