Friday, January 10, 2014

FAQ on Diode Laser Hair Removal Treatment: PART 3

FAQ on Diode Laser Hair Removal Treatment  


DID YOU KNOW THAT a whooping 90% of Filipina women consider dark and unsightly underarms as their biggest source of anxiety and embarrassment?

Aside from the potential humiliation and the discomfort, compounding the underarm anxiety is the chicken skin syndrome, a product of constant tweezing, hair- pulling and shaving.

Finally, the solution to the problem is now here in Bohol.

Dr. Joyce Castillo, a Makati- based Boholana dermatologist who specializes in clinical and cosmetic dermatology laser and dermatologic surgery will be tackling the most frequently- asked questions on Diode Laser Hair Removal technology and dark underarm treatment.

This beauty treatment technology can be availed of at Derma Doc Clinic at the Ramiro Community Hospital where she alternates with noted Boholano dermatology specialist, Dr. James Sombrio. 

 This is part three of a seven- part series 

Q # 5. Does Laser Hair Removal hurt?
The cooling tip has a mild anesthetic property, which allows tender areas to be treated in a relatively painless fashion. 
You will feel a tingling or stinging sensation during the treatment, but most people tolerate the procedure well
Topical anesthetic is available to increase your comfort, if you choose.
Following your treatment, you may experience a sunburn-type sensation in the treated area for several hours.
Q # 6. Who performs the treatments?
All laser treatments are performed by physicians and technicians who are trained and certified in all aspects of Laser Hair Removal.

For details & appointments, visit Derm Doc Clinic, Ramiro Community Hospital, Tagbilaran City, Bohol:

                               (038) 412.3515 local 1009 or 
                               +63927.5680.079


For the complete series on Laser Hair Removal, here's the Link:

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