StudioMD is the premiere skin rejuvenation and laser hair removal center in Long Island.
At StudioMD, we have nearly 10 years of experience with hair removal. We offer a variety of hair removal solutions, including laser hair removal and electrolysis, in order to most effectively and efficiently produce results for your skin and hair type. Our multi-technology approach is your best alternative for maximum hair reduction.
Electrolysis destroys hairs by gently delivering a minor electric current to the base of the hair follicle through a very fine needle. This is done through the natural opening of the hair follicle, destroying the hair growth-tissue and substantially eliminating the hair.
If you have blond, white, grey and peach fuzz hair, a combination of laser and electrolysis treatments may be the right solution for you. We offer free consultations to understand your needs and determine the right solution for you.
Most advanced technologies and state of the art facilities
Complimentary consultations and test procedures
Safety and effectiveness top priorities
There is no better place to get started than the location of
choice for New York's fashion and art communities.
At StudioMD, the first step towards FREEDOM OF A HAIRLESS BODY is a free consultation, during which, an experienced aesthetician will evaluate your skin type and identify the appropriate treatment procedure or combination of procedures. Prior to a consultation, StudioMD representatives will ask you to fill out certain forms to ensure that you do not have any medical conditions that would prohibit you from receiving laser treatment.
During the consultation, which may take 15 to 30 minutes depending on questions you may have, our aesthetician will describe the treatment process, what to expect during treatment, pre-treatment requirements and post-treatment procedures.
Pricing is by the minute:
15min $49, 30min $75, 45min $95. Package discounts apply to multiple session purchases.
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