How to Space Laser Hair Removal Sessions Laser hair removal will not get rid of all unwanted hair in a single session. A maximum of eight sessions will be required to completely get rid of all unwanted hair. The success of these sessions will be determined by how well the sessions will be spaced so that the roots will be completely damaged. The spacing of laser hair removal will vary from one person to the other as some people will have their hair growing much faster than others which will call for more sessions. If the laser hair removal was carried out in the face, the session has to be scheduled at least four weeks apart. If the laser hair removal was carried out in other parts of the body, the sessions should be arranged after every six weeks. With every session, there will be a 15% reduction of the unwanted hair and by the end of the eight sessions, all the hair will be gone and it will take a while for the hair to grow back again. For the success of a laser hair removal treatment, you have to ensure that you attend all the sessions. You should also ensure that the aesthetician knows how well to space the laser hair removal sessions so that you will get the best results. A full laser hair removal treatment will take a maximum of nine months though some parts of the body that will be resistant to treatment will take longer to completely get rid of the hair. Laser hair removal treatment is an expensive exercise and you will need to be financially and mentally prepared so that you will not stop the treatment halfway. If you do this, you will undo all the gain that you will have achieved during the previous laser hair removal treatments. In the midst of the laser hair removal sessions, you should also ensure that you follow the aesthetician’s advice so that you will not suffer from some of the severe side effects that may result from laser hair removal.