Many consumers are dissuaded from choosing laser hair removal because of “steep” up-front costs. Although at-home and salon hair removal treatments may be comparatively cheaper, you’ll end up paying hundreds, if not thousands of dollars more for it over time. Even if you think you’re saving by buying cheap disposable razors, the costs still add up in the long term. Numerous studies have shown that U.S. consumers keep spending more on various hair removal methods. Here’s a breakdown of the results:
It’s common across the board
It’s expensive and time-consuming
A cost-effective solution
Once you really examine the total costs of temporary hair removal, laser hair removal really does become the obvious choice. The average cost of laser hair removal is $3,000— that’s total, including all sessions, over a lifetime. Depending on the area and amount of hair being removed, that number could be even lower. Upper lip or chin areas, for example, only cost an average of $900 to $1,200 for a total of 8 sessions.
In almost every situation, long-term methods like laser hair removal end up being much easier on your wallet than shaving, waxing, and other short-term solutions. Not only does that mean saving countless hours of your time, it also completely removes the actual physical pain of hot wax removal, razor burn, irritation, and swelling.
Just imagine never having to shave again—or at least far less frequently. ZendyHealth works with board certified providers who offer laser hair removal in reputable clinics. You could save 20-80% on a session, regardless of the size or area you need treated.