Why Laser Hair Removal On Your Beard?

But surely, we can’t use laser hair removal to abandon the daily tedium that is shaving our beard, right?

Well, that depends. We have tons of guys who come in and target their beards. They don’t expect to get rid of every single hair on the face — they know laser hair removal effectively eliminates up to 85-90 percent of hair on areas such as the back. But with the density of facial hair, the laser can be adjusted for permanent reduction more akin to 75 to 80 percent.

That means they’ll still need to shave, right? So why bother? A number of reasons.

Reasons for targeting your beard:

While it is true that not every man is interested in getting rid of every single hair on a densely populated beard, these procedures can be used to sculpt facial hair. This is particularly great for men who want to have some semblance of a beard, or maybe two- or three-day stubble, but want to make it easier to maintain.

Take, for instance, your neck. Guys hate shaving their necks. The skin isn’t as smooth, and it tends to develop ingrown hairs. So, we have many clients come in to specifically target their neck hair. You can get rid of most of the hair below your jawline.

You can also target stragglers. Even men who have full beards struggle with stragglers coming in above (or below) their intended areas of full beard growth. We can target all of these stragglers very effectively, helping to give you a clean line to work with on your cheeks or jawline.

Other men hate that they have dreaded five o’clock shadow virtually the minute they finish shaving. These men come in to have us lessen the hair across their beard areas. They don’t expect to fully remove it, or even really want to, but they want to lighten the load of their razor every day.

Men with heavy beards also like us to go after their necks. This is because, even after shaving, their dress shirt collars get punished by the returning stubble on their necks.

Men, you can think beyond those embarrassing areas of body hair: the shoulders, back, tops of your feet, backs of your fingers and such. Laser hair removal can also be very effective for laser beard sculpting.