laser hair removal


What is Laser Hair Removal?

With Laser Hair Removal. hair follicles are destroyed with minimal discomfort. Using highly concentrated energy, hair follicles are targeted and pulses of light are emitted. The laser's energy is attracted to the pigment of hair, the same way sunlight is attracted to darker clothing. For this reason, laser hair removal work best on those with dark, coarse hair and a fair complexion. However, people without this combination can still get great results. we offers multiple types of lasers to treat a variety of skin types and complexions, including those with darker skin tones. Everyone's skin is different, which is why we will customize your treatment package during your FREE consultation to ensure you achieve the best results possible.

What Lasers Do You Use?

The GentleYag laser is the fastest, most powerful laser on the market today. The GentleYag laser effectively treats all skin types. Darker skin as well as minimally tanned skin can be treated safely and effectively. The GentleYags’ 1064nm wavelength, multiple spot size, variable pulse durations and patented cryogen cooling system (DCD) allow for clients to be treated safely and comfortably year round. The GentleYag’s unique capabilities offer freedom, comfort and safety while treating hair, fora permanent reduction.

The GentleLASE hair removal laser Candela generates long pulses of laser light in the near infrared wavelength range (755 nanometers) to thermally affect the hair follicle. This infrared wavelength targets the naturally occurring light absorption properties of your hair. All light-based hair removal devices generally differ in their choice of wavelength, pulse duration, power, fluence, spot size and/or skin cooling method. These characteristics are important and can influence the safety and efficacy of the treatment.

How should I prepare for the Laser Hair Removal Treatments?

Before undergoing laser hair removal treatmenat patients need to shave the parts to be treated at daybreak on the appointment day. The hair follicles can be still be visible, but removing the long hair can be painful during this procedure. The area to be treated with laser hair removal should be newly cleaned and left free from any makeup, scents, antiperspirants, creams, ointments, and oils. Parts to be treated should be as light as possible. Waxing eliminates the roots of the hair sacs reducing the effectiveness of the hair removal. Make sure not to bleach any hair that will be treated with the laser.

What should I expect during Laser Hair Removal?

Once the individual has the area ready to be treated, the laser machine will be regulated depending on a number of factors such as the thickness, color, and location of the hair as well as the skin tone. The laser or source of light will determine if you or the laser hair removal specialist will need to use suitable eye shields. It’s also essential to guard the outer layers of your skin with a cooling gel or a special freshening device. This can assist the laser light to infiltrate the skin. Afterwards, the specialist will direct a beam of light to the area to be treated and supervise it for several minutes to check if the adjustments are correct and check for bad reactions. When the procedure has been completed, the specialist will recommend using anti-inflammatory ointment, ice packs, or cool water in order to alleviate any discomfort. Your next procedure, which generally occurs within the following four to six weeks, will be scheduled later. You should continue with treatment as long as the hair is still growing.

How long does Laser Hair Removal Last?

Many factors can affect how the patient responds to treatment. It all depends on the laser used, hair and skin type, and the presence of any medical condition. In several cases, permanent results can be accomplished in about six to eight laser treatments. Sporadic touch-up laser treatments may be necessary in the future since not all hair is at the same point in the growth cycle; thus, some hair will not receive the death signal and will continue to grow. To guarantee the best level of effectiveness, each patient should make the best laser hair removal selection for his or her skin type. When a hair sac has been damaged, it may be known to be sterile, and can certainly not generate a hair again. Over the progression of the treatment many hair follicles may be damaged. Have in mind that some prescription drugs can stimulate hair growth.Laser Hair Removal for men

Laser hair removal has become a popular option among men who wish to remove unwanted hair from certain areas. Although laser hair removal for men has become popular anybody can benefit from this procedure. Many men are now opting for the same long-term grooming rights as women. Some men may choose to remove only some of the unwanted hair. Sometimes they just want it thinned out on areas such as the chest and back. During this procedure, laser light is used in order to penetrate the hair shaft and kill the root. Although this procedure doesn’t kill the hair follicle, the results can last for a long time.

Does Laser Hair Removal hurt?

Most individuals are able to easily handle this treatment procedure. However, the amount of discomfort the patient might feel mainly depends on the type of skin and sensitivity of the person. The level of discomfort also depends on the treated area. Patients with darker skin color are generally more sensitive because they have more pigment in the hair and skin. Individuals who have coarse hair also generally experience more discomfort. However, after each treatment session the hair tends to become lighter or thinner which facilitates a quicker removal. Topical numbing creams can also be applied to the area before the procedure. This will not interfere in the laser treatment. This is one of the most popular and affective ways to prevent any pain caused by laser hair removal.

Important steps to follow after Laser Hair Removal

  • Apply aloe and vitamin E lotion to the areas that were beamed

  • Be ready to participate in normal activities following your treatment

  • Use sunblock or sunscreen for the next forty-eight hours

It is important to know that the instantaneous redness (erythema) may be predictable and it usually goes away in a few minutes or hours. For the next few days, the area of your skin that was treated may look and feel like sunburn. Cool compresses and creams can help ease that feeling. If the treatment has been performed on your face, you may wear makeup as long as blistering does not appear. Throughout the next month or so, the hair you had treated will fall out. Make sure to wear sunscreen for the following month to help protect the pigment of the beamed skin from exposure to sunlight. Some side effects may signal the destruction of the follicles. Blisters are rare but they apparently appear more on darker complexities of the skin. Other additional and potential side effects may include inflammation, soreness, and blemishing.