Best Laser Hair Removal Services in Clarksville

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Bella Medspa

2151 Wilma Rudolph Blvd, Clarksville, TN 37040
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Business Description

Bella Medspa provides aesthetic treatments and spa services to residents in Clarksville. It offers laser hair removal to get rid of unwanted hair on different areas, including the axilla, legs, arms, chest, and face. It has lasers available to perform treatment on any skin type, and each session has no downtime. In addition to hair removal, the spa offers chemical peels, laser resurfacing, body sculpting, and cosmetic fillers. Bella Medspa received recognition from The 2020 Readers Choice Awards by The Leaf-Chronicle.

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Milan Laser Hair Removal - Clarksville

2269 Wilma Rudolph Blvd., Clarksville, TN 37040
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Milan Laser Hair Removal - Clarksville is an aesthetics clinic that offers treatment packages to clients in the area. Its team of Authorized Candela Practitioners provides laser hair removal services for clients of various skin types and hair colors. Through the use of FDA-cleared lasers, they remove hair from body parts like the underarms, lips, chin, and legs. Milan Laser was founded by two board-certified medical doctors in 2012 and has more than 210 locations across the country.

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4.9 / 5 (139)
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5.0 / 5 (1)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does laser hair removal work on dark skin?

Laser hair removal is most effective on people with light skin and dark hair. The lack of contrast between dark hair against dark skin makes older, short-wavelength lasers an unreliable and unsafe option for people of color. But newer, long-wave — Nd:YAG — laser hair removal tools are designed to overcome this problem.

The Motus AX is another good option. By heating gradually and applying low-energy heat pulses, this Alexandrite laser can be safely used on very dark skin. So, with the right equipment and a dermatologist trained in their use, people with medium to dark skin can reap the benefits of this newer technology.

Is there a laser hair removal for blonde hair?

Older laser technology was inefficient in targeting blond hair for laser removal. But technological advancements have improved these efforts. Some of these advanced lasers can artificially dye light hairs to help the laser find and travel down individual hairs to the follicles. Long pulse lasers have also been somewhat successful with the removal of blond hair.

Does laser hair removal cause cancer?

No evidence or research suggests laser hair removal causes cancer. Using light energy may concern some people since UV ray exposure can lead to skin cancer. However, the light emitted from the lasers used in these treatments has no UV range at all.

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