A diode laser is a technology that projects light in the visible to infrared range. The 805nm diode laser produces a long wavelength that penetrates deeper into the skin, with better absorption by melanin. With this longer wavelength, and use of a narrow-spectrum light beam, a diode laser can effectively target specific color-related molecules (chromophores). These unique characteristics make diode laser the best-suited technology for laser hair removal, effective at delivering safe treatment of all skin in all body areas
How does laser hair removal work?.
Hair removal lasers emit a light at a specific wavelength that is known to be absorbed by the pigment (color) in the hair follicle — without damaging the surrounding skin. The light is converted to heat energy, which in turns disables the hair follicle so that it will not produce another hair
Who can get Laser hair removal?
Women, Men and Teenagers with parents consent.
How long does the treatment take?
Several factors determine treatment time. The size and “topography” of the treatment area, and the amount of preparation, all affect the time required. Typically, full legs or backs will take less than half an hour, while upper lip, chin, bikini area, underarms, or back of the neck, may need just five to 10 minutes.
How many session do I need?
Most patients need between 5 and 10 effective treatments spaced a minimum of 4 weeks apart. Because hair grows in cycles, several sessions are necessary in order to affect all hair on any given area.
How to prepare for laser hair removal?
When planning to undergo laser hair removal treatment, you should stop plucking, waxing for six weeks before treatment. True Lasers target the hairs’ roots, which are temporarily removed by waxing or plucking and will thereby render treatment ineffective. You may shave as often as you’d like leading up to your treatment date.
You should also avoid sun exposure in the treatment area for six weeks before and after treatment whenever possible. Sun exposure makes laser hair removal less effective and makes complications after treatment more likely. You know your body best, avoid scheduling treatments until you have cycled through any tan you may have previously received.
hairline, lip, forhead, chin, neck, cheecks, sideburn, underarm, hands
upper arm, forearm, bikini
lower back, upper back, half legs, face, chest, abs, brazilian bikini