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Can laser hair removal help with PCOS?

Updated: Sep 23, 2023

Hello, this is Joyce Bhutta, the proud owner of Perfectly Bare Laser, your trusted Tampa MedSpa. Today, I want to address a question we often hear: Can laser hair removal help with PCOS? Can we help women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)? The answer is a resounding yes! Let's explore how we can assist women dealing with this condition.

Understanding PCOS and Excess Hair

PCOS is a complex hormonal disorder that can manifest in various ways, one of which is excess hair growth. Women with PCOS may have higher levels of testosterone, a male hormone, which can lead to the development of unwanted hair, especially in areas like the face, chest, and bikini area. Dealing with excess hair can be both frustrating and distressing.

Laser Hair Removal: A Solution for PCOS

Our laser hair removal treatments offer an effective solution for women with PCOS. While your body may continue to produce excess hair due to the elevated testosterone levels, our laser treatments can make a significant difference. Here's how it works:

  • Damaging Hair Follicles: Laser hair removal targets the hair follicles, damaging them with each treatment. Over time, this causes the hair to become lighter and finer.

  • Consistency is Key: Unlike other body areas and women without hormonal issues, women with PCOS may need to adhere to a more consistent treatment schedule, typically every 5 weeks for facial areas. Think of it like dyeing your gray hair when it starts to show - it requires regular attention, but the results are worth it.

  • Longer Hair-Free Periods: With just a few treatments, you'll notice that the hair grows in lighter and finer. You'll enjoy periods of hairlessness lasting around 3 weeks between treatments.

Preparing for Your Treatment

If you've been pulling out any hairs, we kindly ask you to stop doing so for at least 10 days before your laser hair removal treatment. This ensures that all the hairs are present and can be effectively treated. Hair takes about 10 days to grow back after it's been pulled.

While you continue your laser treatments, remember that you can always shave or trim the hairs, but please avoid any form of hair pulling.

At Perfectly Bare Laser, we're committed to empowering women with PCOS by providing effective and tailored solutions to manage excess hair growth. Our goal is to help you feel confident and comfortable in your skin. If you have any questions or would like to discuss your specific needs further, please reach out to us. We're here to support you on your journey to smoother, hair-free skin and greater confidence.

 Can laser hair removal help with PCOS?  Can we help women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)?
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