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Businiess name:  Forever Young Laser Medical Spa
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
When I signed up for a laser hair removal package 2 years ago, I was told that I have the absolute best skin and hair color for this treatment (pale skin/dark and THICK hair) and that it would take about 6-9 treatments for my hair to disappear. Well, here I am two years later with about 90% of my hair still hanging around.\r \r Every time I go in for an appointment, they tell me completely different information, which makes me think that no one is even trained to do this job. I have been told that my hair is too fine for this treatment (I don't know anyone with thicker hair than me), that my hair follicles are just growing back, and even that at my age (23), my hormones are preventing the laser from working. Even IF these outrageous excuses were true, why was I sold this package in the first place?\r \r Not only am I frustrated with the treatments, but about 50% of the time I go in for an appointment, they either tell me I don't have an appointment or they are running very, very behind. I actually had to start having them write down my appointment dates and times so that I would have proof of my appointment. One time they actually admitted to giving away my appointment time to someone else! It is a very sad thing when you can sit in the lobby and strike up a conversation with a complete stranger about all of the crap Forever Young puts you through. My mom also goes here and constantly has problems with them as well.\r \r It is also not even close to being a relaxing place to be. More often than not, it is a chaotic atmosphere with angry clients. I have had multiple employees tell me that they try not to sit at the front desk because they hate being yelled at. \r \r All in all, I constantly feel like I'm being conned and lied to. I have been trying to come up with something positive to say about Forever Young, but the only thing I could think of is that occasionally you come across a friendly employee who is down to Earth and doesn't try and sell you stuff. If I could go back in time, I would have taken my $2,500 elsewhere. You live and you learn.\r \r

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