Hair growth in each follicle occurs in a cycle. There are three main phases of the hair growth cycle: Anagen (active phase) This is the growing pahse when the actual hair is produced. Catagen (resting phase) In this phase…
We recommend a course of treatment for the best results. Normally we suggest a minimum of six treatments which are initially spaced 6-8 weeks apart for the body or 4-6 weeks apart for the face.
It is essential that skin is protected from UV exposure whilst having laser hair removal treatment. We cannot treat tanned skin and after treatment the skin remains sensitive for a while.
The only medications that are prohibited for laser hair removal are Accutane and Retin-A. These will need to be discontinued prior to treatment to avoid a potential photosensitivity reaction. During your free consultation we will review any medications or…
The Lightsheer Diode Laser System was designed specifically for hair removal, so it has the optimum wavelength, fluence and pulse width (laser settings) needed to gain the best results for this procedure.
Laser hair removal targets the root of the hair in order to be effective. If the hair has been recently plucked, wax, threaded or had treatment with electrolysis, the hair would have been removed from the follicle.
Skin reaction to laser hair removal varies from person to person depending on several factors. This article explaind the most likely side effects