Last fact-checked: 23 February 2020
Laser hair removal in Mexico City can help you reduce your hair growth without breaking the bank. You'll be able to throw away those waxing kits and razors and show off your smooth, hairless body.
Other hair removal methods including shaving, sugaring, waxing, threading, hair removal creams or even epilators and tweezers have temporary results. You have to do this regularly and with some methods hair actually seems to grow back coarser. Plus you may face problems like ingrown hair or infections of the hair follicles causing you unwanted problems.
Laser hair removal is great for reducing or eliminating hair growth. If some fine hair does grow back, it is easier to get rid of. Normally the most popular areas for this form of hair removal are the face, upper lip, chest, neck, arms, legs and bikini area. If you have significant hair growth in other areas, you should find out the cause for it and get it treated, or talk with your dermatologist about the efficacy of hair removal in those areas.
Esthetic treatments such as laser hair removal can be quite expensive, particularly for large areas of the body. If you are in Mexico City for a vacation or have gone there for some other reason, then you should consider getting laser hair removal treatment done. You can get a good deal, and you may be able to avail of package deal offers as well, thus reducing your costs even further.
Mexico City is a huge place and you will always find lots to see and do there, depending on where you are staying. The downtown area is constantly buzzing. Most of the popular tourist attractions are clustered in the city center. You can check out museums, monuments, parks and archaeological sites. You can also visit posh neighborhoods, go to fine dining restaurants and nightspots. One thing is for sure, you will not have time to be bored.
Mexico City has a number of quality clinics for laser hair removal. You will find it virtually impossible to narrow down a place and know that it is good. After all, you don’t want to go to a place that is not of great quality or whose technicians are not as skilled as they should be. You can get burns or pigmentation if the person doing your laser hair removal is careless. When you get laser hair removal done, you don’t want to invite more skin problems.
Booking through Medical Departures is a safer option because we check out the accreditations, qualifications, training and experience of the doctors attached to the clinics and hospitals we list on our website. We also see that our clinics meet international standards, use modern devices and technology and that the staff is able to communicate in English.
Some other perks of booking with us include:
If you just a small area of your body done, like your upper lip, underarms or chin the procedure can take only about 15 minutes for one treatment. Larger areas of your body like arms and legs, chest and back will take longer as the technician has to make many passes with the device to remove the hair. These parts can take more than two hours for both legs for example. However, one treatment is not sufficient as hair growth is erratic and can only be treated when it is in an active phase. Another thing you need to remember is that laser hair removal works best if you have dark hair, but are fair-skinned.
Things to note after treatment:
In the U.S laser hair removal rates start at USD 150 and go up to USD 900 depending on the area to be treated - the larger the area, the higher the cost. In Mexico City, you save a great deal of money and you will pay between around 50 percent of the price in the US or Canada.
To get started, take a look at Natural Change, a leading clinic in Mexico City for laser hair removal.
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