4 Benefits of Laser Hair Removal

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4 Benefits of Laser Hair Removal

Posted on: November 26th, 2017

Laser hair removal is a part of our medical aesthetics program here at USTA! Even during the winter months, laser hair removal continues to be popular as we attend holiday parties and winter getaways.


Benefits of Laser Hair Removal


  1. 1. Treatments are quick. Laser hair removal treatments are relatively quick. It only takes 20 minutes to perform a treatment on the underarm and Brazilian area.
  2. 2. You will save money. With the permanent reduction of hair, you no longer need to purchase endless razors, shaving cream, depilatory creams. No need for scheduling those painful waxing appointments either! The cost of laser hair removal has decreased as the technology has improved.
  3. 3. You can eliminate and prevent ingrown hairs. Laser hair removal is simply the best option and the only solution to prevent and eliminate ingrown hairs. It is also a great option for those who have sensitive skin and experience skin irritation from shaving and waxing.
  4. 4. You will save time. Eliminate the need for the daily shave. Stay on top of treatments and say goodbye to the razor.


In our medical aesthetics program, we cover the art of hair removal along side other services such as: Dermaplaning, Micro-Needling, Intense Pulsed Light Laser, Fraxel Laser Treatments, Vascular Removal, Laser Physics and more! As an added bonus of USTA’s aesthetics program is that each aesthetics student will have the opportunity to participate in an intensive hands-on laser certification course provided by True U Education in Chicago.


Interested in becoming a massage therapist or aesthetics professional? Here at USTA, we are always up to date with recent trends in aesthetics and massage therapy. We look forward to helping train and guide you into a successful career in either massage therapy or aesthetics. To learn more, contact us at 630-968-6800, option 1 to speak with an admissions representative today.