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Laser hair removal liberates men and women from shaving

laser hair removal from Illinois Dermatologist Are you tired of daily shaving, tedious plucking, painful waxing, and messy depilatories? Do you want to look well-groomed, with smooth, sleek skin? Do you wish for an end to razor bumps, ingrown hairs, and acne-like breakouts from attempts to remove unwanted hair? It is time to consider laser hair removal at Dermatology Specialists of Illinois in Algonquin. Using current laser technology, Dr. Khanna safely and effectively eliminates unwanted hair on your face and body.

Problem hair . . . here, there, and everywhere

Many people mistakenly believe that laser hair removal is only for the face. In truth, the highly-trained team at Dermatology Specialists of Illinois can also treat small or large areas of unwanted body hair.
Our laser hair removal technique results in permanent hair reduction in the following areas:
  • Chest
  • Neck – front and back (No more chafing from your shirt collar!)
  • Shoulders
  • Back
  • Bikini zone
  • Face – upper lip, cheeks, chin, eyebrows, and hairline
  • Legs
  • Hands and knuckles
  • Buttocks
  • Ears
  • Abdomen

The laser hair removal process

The best candidate for laser hair removal has a fair skin and dark hair. During treatment, pigments in hair absorb light energy, destroying follicles in the anagen growth stage, with minimal risk of harm to skin. However, with modern laser equipment, a range of skin tones and hair colors may be successfully treated at Dermatology Specialists of Illinois.

Because hair has several growth phases, a series of laser treatments (usually two to six) is necessary for full resolution of unwanted hair. Obvious improvement occurs after the first treatment! Regrowth is typically less noticeable – thinner, finer, and lighter in color. Removal of treated hair is permanent. The body continues to produce some new hair follicles, but with occasional touch-ups, your skin stays smooth and hair-free.

Call Dermatology Specialists off Illinois at (844) 307-7546 for more information on laser hair removal in Algonquin.

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With over 20 years of experience in dermatology, Dr. Vikram "Vic" Khanna began his education and training at Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University. He was the chief resident at the dermatology department at Case Western Reserve University and continues to update and refine his extensive skills with daily advances in the industry.

As a board-certified dermatologist, he continues to dedicate his time to serving his patients of all ages and provides general, cosmetic, and medical solutions for the skin, hair, nails, and body. He was also recently certified for Mohs Micrographic Dermatologic Surgery by the American Board of Dermatology.

Dr. Lauren Boshnick is committed to providing her patients the highest-quality medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatologic care. She is passionate about cosmetic dermatology and is also interested in diagnosing and treating skin cancer, acne, psoriasis, and atopic dermatitis.

She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Western Ontario, Canada and her medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean. She pursued specialized training in dermatology at top medical centers worldwide, including Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Mt. Sinai, and Oxford before completing her residency at Florida State University, where she served as chief resident.

After training, Dr. Boshnick worked in a private practice in Florida, performing complex skin cancer surgeries and providing cosmetic dermatology services. She is a member of the AAD.