The presence of some thicker hair in certain areas, such as the chin, the fluff and close to the ear, seem like great intruders in the female face and can cause a lot of discomfort, directly affecting self-esteem. Smooth, hairless skin is undoubtedly more attractive. Excess hair, also known as hirsutism, affects the self-esteem of thousands of women on a daily basis and is due to a hormonal imbalance.
It must be treated with medical supervision.
Need for rest time
Downtime is not necessary.
The average duration is 30 to 60 minutes.
Laser hair removal is a progressive hair removal technique done using laser light energy. The technique is also commonly called permanent hair removal, however, this name is incorrect, as hair removal does not guarantee that hair will not grow back. The best term to use is long-term hair removal. The laser cauterizes the hair on the root.
Provides an instant and renewed appearance, leaving the skin softer, smoother and firmer. It is highly beneficial for people with oily skin, large pores, opaque skin and acne on the face or body. It is also an excellent way to exfoliate and refresh your skin.
Exfoliate the area to be treated a week before, clean the area well on the day of hair removal. Avoid heavy oils and creams, as this can clog your pores and favor problems such as folliculitis. Patients who have had some form of herpes will have to undergo preventive treatment beforehand.
The hair takes ten to fifteen days to fall, but during that period it is possible to use other methods of hair removal that do not remove the roots. After epilation, the skin should be cleaned with water and neutral soap. Then, it is recommended to apply a mild moisturizer or gel based on chamomile to soothe irritations. Avoid sun exposure for two days. Using 50+ sunscreen is highly recommended.
After the laser sessions, the shaved area may be sensitive for a few hours. Avoid sun exposure for two days. Using 50+ sunscreen is highly recommended.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women. Patients who have had some form of herpes will have to undergo preventive treatment beforehand. Epilepsy. Blood diseases (leukemia, anemia). Patients with photosensitive drug therapies.
Number of treatments
Depending on the severity, on average between 3 to 6 treatments are needed at intervals of 2 to 3 weeks.
For long-term results, we recommend regular treatments.