Living Room Lasers

Parties for storage containers, candles, and jewelry aren’t hard to find; but surprisingly laser hair removal is joining their ranks. There just happens to be a new trend hitting the home party circuit. Now, instead of heading to the spa or medical office for their laser hair removal needs, an increasing number of women are bringing these services to their private homes, along with food and friends. These laser hair removal parties are a fun new inexpensive alternative for clients and new source of revenue for medical spa owners.

Christine Klatt, owner of Laser by Christine (multiple locations, AZ), the first mobile laser hair removal service in the state, brings her laser to women across the area for private in-home sessions and parties. Such personalized settings take away many concerns new patients may have about laser hair removal. “They don’t have to go to an office,” says Klatt. “Laser hair removal is a very private and personal thing, so clients want to be completely comfortable.”

Klatt recommends at-home laser parties for nearly any occasion, from couples parties to mommy playgroups. She will even donate 20 percent of her profits back to the organization of the client’s choice if hosting a laser hair removal party as a school or team fundraiser.

These laser hair removal parties have many things in common with at-home Botox parties, which became popular when the wrinkle-removing neurotoxin rose to success. However, while the small Botox parties required more consent forms, insurance approval, and prescription recommendations from qualified cosmetic surgeons, the new laser hair removal parties are much more laid back.

Now that summer has come and gone, it’s the ideal time for clients to book laser hair removal services and prepare for next year’s bikini season.

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