dreamstime_xxl_10671132For years, women have turned to laser hair removal for legs, underarms and bikini lines. Now that the procedure is becoming more routine, they are turning to other areas, such as the feet. Cosmetic surgeons are reporting a rise in demand for laser hair removal on toes, according to lifestyle magazine Female First. Hair removal takes about 15 minutes per foot, making it easy for busy career women to fit the procedure into their schedules. The pay off is the permanent removal of 60% to 95% of the hair. And, of course, the avoidance of shaving, something the average woman does 11,540 times in their lifetime.