How does it work?

The process of laser hair removal involves the diode laser delivering light energy to the targeted area in the most efficient way possible. The energy from the laser is absorbed by the pigmented hair follicles, where it destroys them. Once the hair follicle is destroyed, dark, pigmented hair will no longer grow, and only fine hairs may grow in its place, making the effects of the treatment permanent.

Due to the shape and size of the device’s cooled treatment head, laser hair removal can be performed with great precision even in hard-to-reach and sensitive areas.

During the growth phase, a pigment called melanin is produced in the hair follicle, which gives color to the hair. The laser light penetrates the melanin cell, where it converts into heat. This heat is then conducted by the hair shaft to the follicle, heating it up, damaging it, and destroying the hair follicle, thus making it impossible for the hair to regrow. By targeting the matrix cells in the follicle (which regenerate the hair), the specially calibrated diode laser prevents hair regrowth. Due to its selective effect, the laser energy does not harm the surrounding tissues. Dead hair falls out from the treated area after 10-14 days. After treatments, new hair growth occurs progressively later, and the new hairs are thinner, softer, and less frequent. To maintain the achieved hairlessness for a long time (years), it is advisable to undergo maintenance treatments annually after completing the treatment series.

Why do you need multiple sessions?

The three types of hair follicles have different growth phases: every 2-4 weeks, every 6-8 weeks, and every 2-3 months. That’s why it’s important to have at least 6-8 sessions to effectively target each phase.

Since some of our hair is in the inactive phase, laser hair removal doesn’t affect them. While laser hair removal can destroy many hair follicles even after the first 2-3 sessions, noticeable results typically require 5-6 treatments. However, this can vary from person to person.

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Why is the 3 wavelength necessary?

Did you know that in the case of diode laser hair removal treatments, the wavelength indicates the depth of treatment?

And that because of this, 808nm diode lasers ONLY treat at a single depth, while your hair follicles can be found at depths ranging from 650-1060nm depending on the area of your body? The 3 wavelength hair removal technology was developed to treat follicles at every depth, ensuring no stray hairs are left behind just because they’re located higher or lower than 808nm can reach. DON’T YOU ALSO want complete hair removal?

Another key aspect of wavelength is absorption by skin color. The 755nm is more effective on lighter skin tones, while the 1064nm works better on darker skin types. While it’s true that the 808nm laser treats all skin types, its effectiveness may vary depending on the area.

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Incorporating the 3 wavelengths into a single treatment head solves this problem, and every skin tone and hair type can be treated with the SAME EFFECTIVENESS.