Laser Hair Removal

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- what to know
Down Time
no downtime (some reddening may occur but diminishes rapidly)
Results
  • 10-25% hair reduction with each treatment
  • Regrowth is usually lighter and finer
Anesthesia
topical numbing cream (if required), cool air
average cost
area dependent
alternative treatments

shaving, waxing, depilatory creams, epilation, electrolysis

treatments in harmony
conditions treated

unwanted hair in various areas over the body

Laser Hair Removal

Why laser hair removal?

Unwanted body and facial hair is a common problem for many men and women of all skin types. Laser hair treatments are a safe, effective and convenient way to achieve permanent hair reduction. These treatments deliver outstanding results, saving you time and money!

Who can get laser hair removal?

Laser hair removal treatments traditionally work best on people with fair skin and dark hair since the light from the laser does not get absorbed by dark pigments in the skin surrounding the hair follicle. However, devices with longer wavelengths, such as “Nd:YAG” lasers, have the ability to treat darker skin types, as they can reach the deepest hair follicles with lower light absorption by the surrounding skin. 

is it safe for darker skin?

The Fotona Dynamis Nd:YAG laser can be used on all skin types. It uses an exclusive method of laser delivery called Avalanche FRAC3®. This scientifically proven method is based on a technique by which the absorption of laser light in the hair follicle is increased with each successively delivered laser pulse. The Avalanche method helps reduce discomfort and improves the efficacy of the treatment for darker skin tones.

What to expect from this treatment?

Because hair grows in cycles, several treatments are necessary to achieve permanent results. You can expect anywhere from 10-25% hair reduction with each treatment, and the regrowth following treatments is usually lighter and finer. Typically treatments are performed every 4-8 weeks.


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