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Best Laser Hair Removal Services in Jackson, MS

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Jackson Laser Hair Removal Services on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.



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117 Fountains Boulevard, Madison, MS 39110 Rating

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4.5 (16)
3.8 (14)

Why choose this provider?

The Men's Clinic - Madison is an anti-aging practice that offers laser hair removal services in Jackson and the surrounding areas. Utilizing the Candela Gentlelase 755 nm Alexandrite laser, the practice uses the latest technology for hair removal. It also performs other laser services such as skin resurfacing and tattoo removal. Offering multiple wellness services for men, the practice offers body composition analysis using Tanita bioelectrical impedance analysis, nutritional supplements, and medically-supervised testosterone replacement programs.

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1055 River Oaks Dr, Flowood, MS 39232
WebsiteLicense: 13960 Rating

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4.7 (119)
4.4 (27)

Why choose this provider?

Runnels & North Outpatient Plastic Surgery Center is a medical clinic offering surgical and non-surgical procedures for clients in Metro Jackson. The clinic offers breast enhancement operations, liposuction, and injectables. Its spa also provides laser treatment solutions for vein and hair removal as well as skin rejuvenation. Scott Runnels, who is also a professional portrait artist, has been voted best cosmetic surgeon by Clarion-Ledger and BookJackson. William North is a Glancy Award winner at the 59th Annual Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. 

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1701 Lakeland Drive, Jackson, MS 39216 Rating

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The Blackledge Face Center serves clients in Jackson and its surrounding areas. It performs laser skin tightening, laser hair removal, brown spot, and laser vein removal. It also specializes in facelift, rhinoplasty, browlift, chin, and cheek augmentation. Founder Adair Blackledge is a facial plastic surgeon who has performed over 4,000 facelifts and has operated on patients from 47 states. He is also a member of the National Pallette Resources committee, which educates physicians about facial injectable techniques.

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200 West Jackson Street, Suite 100, Ridgeland, MS 39157
WebsiteLicense: 19109 Rating

Why choose this provider?

Mississippi Center for Plastic Surgery is a center that provides laser hair removal solutions to clients in Jackson using the Diolaze, a device with a large treatment spot size and has a built-in cooling surface for clients' comfort during treatments. It treats body parts including legs, arms, shoulders, sideburns, and armpits. The center also handles surgical procedures that enhance the eyelids, breasts, hands, and skin. Mississippi Center for Plastic Surgery has been restoring the physical appearances of clients since 2015.

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2550 Flowood Dr., Flowood, MS 39232 Rating

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4.5 (191)
2.5 (8)

Why choose this provider?

The Face & Body Spa of Plastic and Hand Surgery Associates is an aesthetics practice near Jackson that provides various cosmetic treatments, such as laser hair removal. This non-invasive treatment helps in permanently getting rid of unwanted body hair from the upper lip and chin, bikini line, underarms, and legs. Its laser services also cover IPL photofacials and tattoo removal. With its team of skincare specialists, the practice also provides dermaplaning, rejuvenating facials, facial fillers, and deep cleaning acne treatments.

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1659 Lelia Drive, Jackson, MS 39216 Rating

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5.0 (313)
5.0 (99)

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Magnolia Dermatology is a clinic that performs laser hair reduction through Excel HR in the Jackson metro. Its other laser treatments include IPL photorejuvenation, vascular laser, ResurFx, and superficial skin revitalization through Laser Genesis. The clinic also helps reduce facial wrinkles by providing Botox, Jeaveau, and Dysport treatments. Patrick Boler, one of the dermatologists in this clinic, is a director at the Mississippi Dermatologic Society. He is also a member of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery.

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Compare our Top Laser Hair Removal Services

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
The Men's Clinic - Madison
117 Fountains Boulevard, Madison, MS 39110
Runnels & North
1055 River Oaks Dr, Flowood, MS 39232
Blackledge Face Center
1701 Lakeland Drive, Jackson, MS 39216
Mississippi Center for Plastic Surgery
200 West Jackson Street, Suite 100, Ridgeland, MS 39157
The Face & Body Spa of Plastic and Hand Surgery Associates
2550 Flowood Dr., Flowood, MS 39232
Magnolia Dermatology
1659 Lelia Drive, Jackson, MS 39216


  • Introduction

    Laser hair removal has been steadily growing in popularity. Individuals who desire smooth bare skin are drawn to the idea of attaining this goal on a long-term basis. Most people find shaving and waxing tedious and time-consuming. For them, the idea of leaving those tiresome, repetitive tasks behind is very appealing. 

    Moreover, technology continues to grow by leaps and bounds. So, people have more choices in laser treatments. Established and new techniques and equipment offer effective methods of laser hair removal. Some types of laser are better suited to one skin tone or hair color than others. Learning more about these options can help you decide if laser hair removal is right for you
  • How does laser hair removal work?

    This type of hair removal procedure uses the heat from laser light to destroy or damage follicles. The laser targets the melanin in the hair, which absorbs the light, damaging the hair-producing sacs within the skin. Some laser hair removal devices are large enough to treat multiple hair follicles simultaneously.   

  • How long does laser hair removal take?

    Laser hair removal sessions don’t take very long. However, the size of the treatment area plays a role. For example, treating the hair follicles above the upper lip takes a few minutes, while working on hair removal for both legs can run about two hours. Underarm hair removal sessions average 30 minutes to an hour. For each treatment, budget additional time for prep.

  • How long does laser hair removal last?

    When a hair follicle is effectively destroyed, it no longer grows hair. In those areas, the hair removal lasts indefinitely. However, laser hair removal treatments are not 100 percent effective in destroying the follicles. Often, many of the targeted areas are only partially damaged. In those areas, patients see regrowth within several weeks to a few months.

  • How many sessions do I need for laser hair removal to be permanent?

    This is a long-term solution, not a permanent one. Hair goes through phases, including periods of rest, shedding, and growth. All the hair in a single area doesn’t sync. So, when a technician is treating your legs with a laser, it only affects the hair in an active growth phase. Plus, some follicles are only damaged, not destroyed. So typically, about four to six sessions over six to nine months are required for maximum effect.

  • Is laser hair removal safe?

    Professional laser hair removal is generally safe if the individual performing the treatments is trained and knowledgeable about the process. Patients following the recommended guidelines might also help prevent complications. In rare cases, clients who tend to scar may have some scarring from the treatment. There is no current research addressing the safety of home laser hair removal use.

  • Does laser hair removal hurt?

    The laser hair removal process may be uncomfortable. Some people experience more discomfort than others. A dermatologist can apply high-quality numbing cream to the area first to lessen pain. You may have some temporary skin irritation, swelling, and redness after the treatment. But that should subside in a few hours. Ice packs can help reduce these effects.