Hair Removal Costs: Four Reliable Tips to Save You Lots of Money

Hair Removal Costs: Four Reliable Tips to Save You Lots of Money

#1  Considering Laser Hair Removal Costs?

How to Avoid a Financial Minefield

Let’s start this blog off with a little humor.

A priest, a rabbi, a lawyer and a doctor walk into a laser hair chain.

The receptionist looks up and says,

“What is this, a joke?”

Laser hair removal chains are a joke.

But there are no priests, rabbis, or lawyers and especially no doctors around.

Laser hair removal chains are not true medical facilities.

They are not even pseudo-medical facilities.

The only thing medical about them is that a doctor/entrepreneur usually owns them.

The problem is that they’re never there.

The national laser hair removal chains are not real medical facilities either.

They are nationally run franchises.

The people who work there try to act like they work at real medical facilities.

There are no doctors around these places either.

There are just business people walking around in white coats masquerading as medical professionals.

When considering laser hair removal, you must ask yourself:

“Am I basing my decision on the best treatment option and not on price?”

Many businesses try to fool people that their advertised deals will end up costing you less.

Sooner or later, people realize that you get what you pay for.

When that happens, that business pursues the next sucker.

Eventually that business goes bankrupt like one of the biggest laser hair removal franchises did recently.

Time wounds all heels.  – John Lennon

#2  Why Holden Caulfield Thinks Laser Hair Removal Chains Are Phony

Package deals at laser hair removal chains are the same.

BOGOs, free treatments and 70% off.

However, when you dig deeper the hair removal cost per treatment is really much more than at a doctor’s office.

Just try to break down the cost per treatment to compare.

Good luck!

The cost is a jumbled up mess with side deals and offers for more treatments than you want or need.

What if you’re unhappy with the results?

That can cost you lots of money if you were conned into buying an expensive front loaded package from a laser chain or med spa.

A qualified medical doctor can provide you with the appropriate laser care that you need to get optimal results.

At Happel Laser :

  • There is no hard sell.
  • There are no expensive packages.
  • It’s just pay as you go.

Elementary my dear Watson, simply elementary.

Medical care is not a commodity.

Be sure you have based your decision on the credentials and experience of the practitioner, not on just on laser hair removal costs alone.

If a person is using a laser on you, that is a medical service.

Not a spa service.

The difference is very important.

Lasers are medical devices meant to be used in hospitals and true doctor’s offices.

What if you can get your laser hair removal done at a true medical facility (a doctor’s office) and the hair removal costs you less than at a laser chain?

That truly would be the best of both worlds!

You can have your cake and eat it too.

That is why we suggest laser hair removal treatment with Happel Laser.

Pay less and have your laser hair removal performed in the doctor’s office that has the most experience in the city!

Why would anyone pay more and have someone do it at a national chain?

Fuh-get about it!

# 3  Houston: We Have a Problem with Laser Hair Removal Chains Advertising Costs

Advertising is how these med spas and chains sucker you from being a medical patient into becoming a business client.

How do you think they can afford to pay for all of that advertising?

Advertising every day on multiple radio stations costs a lot of money.

That is one reason that Premier Laser Spa declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Guess who pays for all of that expensive advertising?

You!

#4  Laser Hair Removal Packages Are Like a Box of Chocolates. You Never Know What You’re Gonna Get.

It is actually much more expensive to have laser hair removal treatments in places that sell packages.

Marketing people who work there are trained by their national headquarters to do everything they can to sell you the most expensive package available.

They call it a deal.

But it’s a deal for them.

Not you.

The more packages and treatments they sell, the bigger their bonus at the end of the year.

That’s why they push these laser hair removal packages so hard!

Run, Forrest, run from expensive, binding laser hair removal packages.

When you get unnecessarily expensive treatments from them, their sash soon fades and the tiara slips.

Just say no to high laser hair removal chains’ costs. This link about laser hair removal packages explains why.

They are truly pushing the boundaries.

Conclusion

We won’t push the boundaries with your laser hair removal.

I have a modest proposal.

My proposal starts with a premise.

Laser hair removal chains are not true medical facilities.

Hospitals and doctor’s offices are medical facilities.

My proposal is to do some research and read our articles on this web site.

Our laser hair removal reviews will help to give you some more insight.

Please read our Google Reviews.

We strongly recommend that you have your laser hair removal done in a true medical facility.

It will not only be safer and more effective, but it will also save you money.

It saves you money because you don’t buy convoluted and complicated preloaded packages that prevent you from calculating the true price per treatment.

With us, you buy only what you need.

At our doctor’s office, there are no hidden costs in a phony package deal.

We are unmatched for experience and quality in doing laser hair removal.

Experience what others have enthusiastically written about in our laser hair removal reviews.

Come and see for yourself.

Call us today at 724-969-0600 or contact us here to learn more.

About The Author

Dr. John Happel

Dr. John Happel has been in practice as a surgeon since 1986 in the Pittsburgh region. He specializes in vascular surgery and has subspecialized in the treatment of varicose and spider veins since 1999. Dr. Happel is board certified in vascular surgery and recertified in vascular surgery in 2012. He was chosen in 1985 to fulfill the position for the vascular surgical fellowship at the world renowned Mayo Clinic.