You’ve just been invited to the major social event of the year! You only have an hour to get ready! Your perfect, flattering, go-to dress is hanging in your closet just waiting for you! But first, you need to shave. You can only hope that a ponytail will suffice, since you have no time to style your hair properly.
You are an on-the-go mother of four! Between rushing them to and from school, taking them to the playground, the zoo, the community pool, you hardly have time to hastily apply a layer of deodorant before you head out the door. Maybe the other moms won’t notice your week-old stubble on your legs.
It’s a beautiful, hot summer day! Let’s pack up the kids and go to the beach! We’ll need swimsuits, sunscreen, beach towels, sand toys, sunglasses. And—oh, hold on for several minutes. I need to shave—EVERYTHING.
Or, do I?
We women are all to aware that silky smooth legs, bare armpits, and hairless bikini lines don’t simply occur naturally. We all cringe in communal, shared pain when we think of the occasional razor nick, or the painful red bumps of razor burn. We feel so triumphant after we’ve completed this arduous task, only to have to repeat the process a couple of days later.
Haven’t we had enough??
With laser hair removal, we can wave goodbye to the nicks and bumps and tiresome repetition forever. No longer do we have to plan ahead when we want to wear our swimsuits, or dresses, or sleeveless tops. We now have the opportunity to be unbound by the expectation that we maintain baby-smooth skin on our bodies which are so persistent in growing hair. We can wave goodbye to the expectation to shave, forever!
For some of us, we are less concerned about the unwanted hair growing on our legs than we are about the unwanted hair growing on our faces. It can be so easy to feel so debilitatingly self-conscious about the hair that connects our eyebrows, making one long brow when we’d really just love to have two separate brows. Some women are absolutely convinced that, whenever they talk to someone, the person is staring at the hair that grows above their upper lip, instead of paying attention to what they’re saying.
We care not about how well you fit in with what society insists is acceptable and beautiful, but about how you feel and how confident you are when you go about your business within this society. If your unwanted facial hair is making you say “no” more than you say “yes,” causing you to stay in when you should be out mingling with the world, or making you feel uneasy about looking people in the eye when you’re interacting with them, we couldn’t encourage you more to contact us. We’d love to have the honor of helping you rid yourself of your facial hair and embracing a new level of confidence that may have been difficult for you to achieve up until now.