FACIAL HAIR REMOVAL — PENNINGTON LASER TECHNOLOGY

If you are looking for a permanent way to achieve facial hair removal, laser technology offered by board-certified physician Dr. Sharon Gertzman is an effective option worth considering.

When you come into our Pennington office for facial hair removal, Dr. Gertzman will apply a small amount of gel to the area being treated. She will then apply the laser directly to the area. After several pulses to cover the entire area, your first treatment is complete.

Recently treated skin is very sensitive to the sun, so we will apply sunscreen before you leave the office. Dr. Gertzman strongly recommends that you continue to use sunscreen and be especially cautious of the sun while having your treatments done.

Contact us to set up an appointment for facial hair removal today!

You Might Also Enjoy...

How Laser Therapy Can Banish Those Spider Veins

How Laser Therapy Can Banish Those Spider Veins

Those tiny but oh-so-annoying spider veins on your legs or face are unsightly. But there’s a solution! Learn about how laser therapy removes spider veins for good and why it’s the go-to solution for those pesky veins here.

How to Prevent and Treat Sun-Damaged Skin This Summer

Who doesn’t want to bask in the sun's glorious warmth after a seemingly endless winter? It sounds wonderful, but you must proceed with caution when it comes to the sun. Learn how to halt sun damage in the coming months here.

How Long Do Dermal Fillers Last?

Lack of water makes a thirsty plant droop and shrivel — time has the same effect on your skin, which causes sagging and wrinkling. Here’s how dermal fillers revive your skin, as water helps that parched plant.

5 Popular Skin Perks of Microneedling

What if there were a skin treatment that could eliminate a host of problems comfortably and safely? There is! Here’s how combining microneedling and radiofrequency energy can help you look your best.
How to Tighten Skin Without Surgery

How to Tighten Skin Without Surgery

Droopy jowls, “turkey neck,” and crow’s feet are discouraging as you age. The culprit?  Reduced collagen production, the protein that maintains skin elasticity. Learn about a cutting-edge treatment that turns things around.