Laser hair removal has proven to be a very popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure and is a non-invasive, convenient way to permanently reduce unwanted facial and/or body hair. Short-term hair loss will occur in most patients with laser hair removal, but the degree of long-term hair reduction will vary among patients. The key to successful hair removal is destroying the entire follicle, down to the bulb and its germinating centers, while preserving surrounding healthy tissue. Destroying the hair follicle during its active growth cycle is another key to producing long-term hair reduction. Consequently, multiple treatments scheduled several weeks or months apart are typically required to achieve optimal results.
Lasers and Intense Pulse Light (IPL) sources gently remove unwanted hair based on the principle of selective photothermolysis. This refers to the live forex process whereby light energy causes thermal injury to the hair follicle. The light penetrates through the skin and is absorbed in the target pigment (melanin) found in the hair shaft. This energy absorbed in the shaft causes the temperature to reach a sufficiently high level in the hair follicle so that the targeted hair structures are destroyed and regrowth is inhibited.
We currently use lasers that are suitable to treat all ethnic groups and all skin types.
- A non-invasive, gentle technique that eliminates undesirable hair from all parts of the body
- Leaves skin looking smoother and silkier
- treats larger areas effectively because it removes more than one hair at a time.
- Minimal discomfort
- Replaces waxing, electrolysis and razors
Patients can immediately return to normal activities