CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. - A new year will bring a new business to Chappaqua, as Mount Kisco's Laser Luxury will move its hair removal shop to Chappaqua beginning Jan. 1.
Laser Luxury has been in business since 2003, said owner Trisha Somers, and has had shops in Mahopac and Mount Kisco. The business’ third home will now be in the office building at 175 King St.
“We will be on the first floor where the Chappaqua chiropractic office used to be,” Somers said. “The Center for Aligned Healing will also be within the space. We are separate businesses but working together.”
Somers lives in Danbury, Conn. where she graduated high school. She studied marketing at Western Connecticut State University.
Somers’ store permanently reduces hair using the Candela GentleYAG laser treatment, she said. The treatment is used for lips, chin, bikini, underarms, lower legs, full legs, back, chest, forearms and back of the neck.
Prices range from $40 to $350 per treatment and the average person usually needs somewhere between four to eight treatments, Somers said. Determining factors for the number of sessions are the amount of hair, the thickness, the color and the laser setting that can be tolerated due to pain.
“We will be running special promotions for the opening, and free consultations and test spots,” Somers said.
Specials include a package of five lip treatments and three free underarm treatments for $190; and a package of five bikini treatments and five free underarm treatments for $700. Customers can also buy any other package and receive half off any other body part for one treatment.
Laser Luxury is currently located at 272 North Bedford Road in Mount Kisco. Learn more about the laser treatments on the company's website.
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