Laser Hair Removal
Laser Hair Removal
Remove unwanted hair safely and permanently. Our Laser Hair Removal (LHR) eliminates unwanted hair from the face and body, reducing ingrown hairs and rashes for a smooth texture.
- Permanently destroys and reduces unwanted hair
- Treats ALL skin types and most hair types
- Zero downtime
- Long-lasting, visible results
Extra Small Area:
Lip, Brow Bridge, Areola, Ears, Nose, Toes, Fingers
Chin, Forehead, Labia, Inner Butt, Hands, Feet, Chestline, Happy Trail, Sideburns, Cheeks
Lower Arm, Upper Arm, Bikini Line, Inner Thigh, Neck, Jawline, Under Arms, Shoulder, Extended Bikini Line
Full Face, Full Stomach, Lower Back, Upper Back, Lower Legs, Upper Legs, Brazilian, Manzilian, Full Buttocks
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Laser hair removal is a cosmetic procedure that uses concentrated beams of light (laser) to remove unwanted hair. The science behind laser hair removal is based on the principles of selective photothermolysis, a process that targets the melanin (pigment) in hair follicles to damage them, inhibiting further hair growth.
Here’s how it works:
- Targeting Melanin: The laser emits a specific wavelength of light that is absorbed by the melanin in the hair shaft. Melanin is the pigment responsible for the color of hair, skin, and eyes.
- Selective Absorption: The laser is designed to be selectively absorbed by the melanin in the hair, while avoiding damage to the surrounding skin. This is crucial for the safety and effectiveness of the procedure.
- Heat Generation: Once the laser energy is absorbed by the melanin, it’s converted into heat. This heat travels down the hair shaft and into the hair follicle.
- Follicle Damage: The heat damages the hair follicle, specifically the bulb and papilla, which are responsible for hair growth. Damaging these structures inhibits the follicle’s ability to produce new hair.
- Hair Shedding: Over the next few days to weeks after the procedure, the damaged hairs in the treated area are naturally shed from the skin.
- Reduced Hair Growth: The remaining hair follicles may produce thinner, lighter, or slower-growing hair. Subsequent laser hair removal sessions typically lead to further hair reduction.
The success of laser hair removal depends on several factors:
- Hair Color: Laser hair removal is most effective on individuals with dark, coarse hair, as the laser energy is more readily absorbed by the melanin in dark hair. Light-colored or gray hair is less responsive to the treatment because there is less melanin to target.
- Skin Color: The contrast between the color of the hair and the surrounding skin is critical. Lasers have traditionally been less effective on individuals with very dark skin, as the excess melanin in the skin can absorb the laser energy, potentially causing skin damage.
- Hair Growth Stage: Hair grows in cycles, including anagen (active growth), catagen (transitional), and telogen (resting) phases. Laser hair removal is most effective during the anagen phase when the hair contains the most melanin.
- Number of Sessions: Multiple sessions are typically required for long-term hair reduction because hair grows in different cycles. The exact number of sessions varies depending on factors like the individual’s hair and skin type and the treatment area.
Laser hair removal offers semi-permanent hair reduction, and some individuals may achieve long-lasting or permanent results. Additionally, patients are advised to follow pre- and post-treatment care guidelines, which may include avoiding sun exposure and certain skincare products to minimize potential side effects like temporary skin redness or pigment changes.
Laser hair removal offers several benefits:
One of the primary benefits of laser hair removal is its long-lasting results. It can significantly reduce hair growth in the treated area. While the results vary from person to person, many individuals experience extended periods without needing hair removal.
Laser hair removal targets the hair follicles without harming the surrounding skin. This precision makes it suitable for small and delicate areas like the face, as well as larger areas like the legs or back.
The procedure is relatively quick. It can treat multiple hair follicles simultaneously, with each laser pulse covering an area the size of a quarter.Smaller areas like the upper lip can be treated in just minutes, while larger areas may take an hour or so.
Many people experience a significant reduction in hair growth after a series of laser hair removal sessions. The results tend to be more predictable and long-lasting compared to other hair removal methods like waxing or shaving.
Laser hair removal reduces the occurrence of ingrown hairs, which can be a common problem with traditional hair removal methods. This is because the procedure eliminates the need for shaving or waxing.
While the initial cost of laser hair removal may be higher than other methods, the long-lasting results can save you time and money in the long run. You’ll spend less on razors, waxing appointments, or depilatory creams.
Laser hair removal leaves the treated area with smooth and hair-free skin. It eliminates the stubble, razor burn, and irritation often associated with shaving.
Modern lasers are designed with advanced cooling systems to minimize discomfort and the risk of burns or skin damage.
No need to deal with the hassle of frequent shaving or waxing. Once you’ve completed a series of laser hair removal sessions, you can enjoy hair-free periods that can last months or even years.
Laser hair removal can be tailored to your specific needs and preferences. You can choose the areas you want to treat and the level of hair reduction you desire.
Many people find the procedure to be relatively painless, comparing it to the sensation of a rubber band snapping against the skin. Additionally, most modern laser systems have cooling mechanisms to enhance comfort.
It’s important to note that while laser hair removal offers these benefits, individual experiences may vary. Factors like hair color, skin type, and hair growth cycles can influence the effectiveness of the treatment. To achieve the best results, it’s essential to undergo a series of sessions as recommended and follow pre- and post-treatment care instructions.
Laser Hair Removal uses light energy that is attracted to the dark pigments in the hair shaft, penetrating deep into the root. This laser energy transitions into heat, destroying the hair follicle. With a series of treatments, the follicle receives this destructive energy, permanently killing or damaging the root and preventing hair from growing back.
LHR is not 100% permanent. This means most hair follicles will be permanently destroyed after treatment, stunting further hair growth. Any remaining hair will grow thinner and lighter, making it easier to manage. You can expect about 90% reduction, long-lasting results, and visibly smoother skin.
Most guests reach their desired results anywhere between 6 to 12 sessions. This depends on the area treated, skin tone, hair color, and other determining factors. Initially, your scheduled treatment should be done every six weeks, while touch ups are recommended yearly for regular maintenance.
You will feel some very minor discomfort during your treatment. Most guests describe it as a rubber band snap on the skin. Although an anesthetic agent can be used before application, we do not recommend their use as an accurate understanding of your pain tolerance will ensure we avoid side effects such as burning and hypo or hyperpigmentation.