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Why laser hair removal

Tired of shaving, plucking or waxing?

Do you get bumps or acne-like breakouts when you get rid of unwanted hair? Do ingrown hairs often give you headaches?

If so, you may want to consider laser hair removal.

Specialists use lasers to safely and effectively remove unwanted facial and body hair. Thanks to advances in technology, most people can safely undergo laser hair removal.

Removal of unwanted hair may take 6 sessions or more. Later, laser hair removal is permanent on most parts of the body.

Laser hair removal can be repeated when the hair grows back.

Usually, hair removal requires 6 treatments with an interval of 4-12 weeks. Normally, 5 weeks should pass between the first and second procedures, 8 weeks between the second and third, 10 weeks between the third and fourth, and 2 weeks are added to each subsequent interval.

What you can expect from LASER EPILATION

Laser hair removal is an aesthetic procedure in which unwanted hair is removed with a concentrated beam of light (laser).

During laser hair removal, the laser emits light that is absorbed by the pigment (melanin) in the hair. The light energy is converted into heat, which damages the hair follicles in the skin that produce hair. This damage inhibits or slows future hair growth.

Although laser hair removal effectively slows hair growth for long periods of time, it usually does not result in permanent hair removal. During one procedure, approximately 20-30% of the hairs that were in the active phase (anagen) are removed, because the laser rays only affect hair follicles in the anagen phase. Laser hair removal is most effective on people with fair skin and dark hair, but it can be used successfully on all skin types.


The principle of action of LASER EPILATION

Laser hair removal is used to reduce unwanted hair. Common treatment areas include the legs, underarms, upper lip, chin and bikini line. However, it is possible to treat unwanted hair on almost any part of the body. It is important not to treat the skin with tattoos.

Hair color and skin type affect the success of laser hair removal. The basic principle is that light must be absorbed by the pigment in the hair, not the pigment in the skin. The laser should only damage the hair follicle and avoid skin damage. Therefore, the best results can be achieved with a contrast between dark hair and light skin.

The risk of skin damage is greater if the contrast between the color of the hair and the skin is small. However, advances in laser technology have made laser hair removal even possible for people with darker skin. Laser hair removal is less effective on hair colors that absorb light poorly, such as gray, red, blonde, and white hair. However, laser treatment options for light hair continue to be developed.

What happens during laser hair removal?

Before the treatment, the area to be treated is cleaned. Before starting the intervention, we perform a test for each new client to determine the pain threshold and set the most effective individual parameters. When the doctor activates the laser, the laser beam will penetrate through the skin to the hair follicles. The intense heat of the laser beam damages the hair follicles, which slows down hair growth. During the procedure, you may experience discomfort, such as an occasional jolt of heat, and you may also feel cold from the use of a cooling device or gel.

The duration of treatment depends on the size of the treated area. For example, treating the upper lip takes a few minutes, while treating a larger area such as the back or legs can take over an hour.

Any possible side effects are usually mild and last 1 to 3 days. These include discomfort, swelling and redness.

How you prepare?

Avoid sun exposure. Se 1 month. avoid sunbathing before the procedure. Always apply a broad-spectrum SPF50 sunscreen when you go outside.

Avoid using self-tanning creams that can darken the skin.

Avoid other hair removal methods. Pulling, waxing and electrolysis can affect the hair follicles and should be avoided for at least four weeks before the laser treatment.

Shave the area before treatment. It is recommended to shave the hair the day before the laser procedure. This removes hair above the surface of the skin, preventing superficial skin damage from burnt hair, while leaving the hair shaft intact below the surface.

We advise you not to use deodorants or lotions on the day of the treatment.

What are the contraindications to laser hair removal?

  • Infectious-inflammatory processes, viral diseases, colds

  • Taking antibiotics (you need to wait 2 weeks after finishing the drug)

  • Oncology of various locations, diabetes mellitus, varicose veins, immune deficiency, mental disorders, under 18 years of age

  • Breastfeeding and pregnancy


Hair does not fall out immediately after laser treatment, but falls out within days or weeks. Sometimes this can look like continued hair growth. Repeat treatments are usually necessary as hair growth and shedding naturally occur in a cycle, and laser treatment works best on hair follicles in the new growth phase.

Results vary widely and are difficult to predict. Most people experience a reduction in hair growth that lasts for months or even years. However, laser hair removal does not guarantee permanent hair removal. When the hair grows back, it is usually thinner and lighter.

What about after the laser procedure?

Apply a moisturizer after the laser

Do not sunbathe for 10 days and always wear SPF 50+ sun protection

Do not take hot baths, saunas or swimming pools for 24 hours, do not engage in active sports, do not perform massages and peelings

Wear loose clothing after waxing

During laser epilation procedures, the hairs must be shaved, not waxed, not plucked.

After completed treatments, most patients do not notice hair in the treated area for several months or even years. When the hair grows back, there is less of it. Usually the hair is also thinner and lighter in color.

Does laser hair removal hurt?

Some discomfort may be felt during laser hair removal, but it is typically not perceived as painful. Individual sensitivity may vary, but modern high-quality lasers use cooling systems to minimize discomfort during the procedure. A slight tingling, pinching, or sensation of warmth may be experienced during the session, but most people find it quite tolerable.

However, it's important to understand that laser hair removal requires reaching a certain temperature to effectively destroy the hair and its roots. Therefore, it is unrealistic to expect not to feel anything during the procedure, as achieving the necessary level of heat is crucial for successful hair removal.

When choosing a salon for laser hair removal, it's important to trust an experienced professional who achieves good results. They will properly set up the equipment and use the appropriate technique to ensure maximum comfort and effectiveness. During the procedure, the specialist can adjust the parameters to find the optimal balance between comfort and efficacy.

If you don't feel any sensation during the procedure, it's possible that hair growth may not be halted or the desired results may not be achieved. Therefore, it's important to communicate any discomfort or concerns with the professional during the session. It's also your responsibility to follow their guidance to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Overall, when performed correctly by a skilled professional, laser hair removal offers an effective and relatively painless experience.

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