How to prepare


For achieving the desired results, it’s necessary to attend a consultation before the treatment, where we create a customized treatment plan for your skin.

Before the consultation, it’s important to refrain from waxing, plucking with tweezers, or using other plucking methods for 4-6 weeks. Prior to and during the treatment, only shaving is allowed for hair removal. It’s crucial that the hair is in the growth phase so that the energy emitted by the laser can reach down to the hair follicle through the “conductive strand.”


5-7 days (in some cases up to 2 weeks) before the treatments, it’s necessary to avoid strong sun exposure and the use of tanning beds, and it’s strongly recommended to use a high SPF sunscreen (SPF 50) on the areas to be treated for about one and a half months before the treatment.

To ensure more effective intervention, strong sunburn should be avoided throughout the entire duration of the treatment series. The mentioned timeframes may vary in certain cases, and in all cases, the instructions of the practitioner are paramount.

Shaving is required within 24 hours before the treatment.


The process of laser hair removal involves the following steps:

  •  Examination and assessment of the area to be treated.
  •  Informing you about the procedure, expected results, and at-home care. Completing forms and consent.
  •  Determining skin type and performing a test flash.
  •  Covering warts, moles, and tattoos.
  •  Trimming hair to an optimal length and cleansing the area. Covering warts, pigmented spots, and moles.
  •  The duration of the treatment varies depending on the body area, ranging from 5 to 40 minutes.


  • It is crucial to consistently use appropriate sunscreen and strictly adhere to post-treatment instructions.
  • Mild redness may occur within 1-3 hours after the treatment. If necessary, use a soothing and cooling cream!
  • Localized edema may occur around the hair follicles, but this is a temporary effect and will subside quickly.
  • Avoid using cosmetics and irritating, allergenic substances on the treated area for 1-2 days!
  • Use sunscreen on the treated area for 1 month after the treatment!
  • Refrain from sunbathing, using tanning beds, and applying tanning creams during the week following the treatment!
  • Due to increased sensitivity in the treated area for a few days after the treatment, avoid hot baths, massages, and sauna use!
  • Do not shave the treated area until redness and edema have completely subsided!
  • After the treatment, to achieve lasting results, avoid waxing, using an epilator, chemical hair removal, bleaching, and, as challenging as it may be, refrain from plucking with tweezers!
  • Minor peeling, flaking, or blistering may occur after the treatment. Alleviate symptoms with cold compresses and soothing moisturizing cream!
  • It is strictly prohibited to pick, scratch, or rub the peeling skin!


  • Tattooed or tattoo removal areas
  • Open wounds or injuries, or if there is any skin condition on the treated area.
  • Active herpes sites
  • Not recommended
  • during pregnancy or breastfeeding, or before planned pregnancy, as hormonal balance changes during pregnancy
  • During feverish conditions
  • In cases of diabetes, epilepsy, or undergoing chemotherapy
  • In cases of high blood pressure or heart disease
  • In cases of autoimmune diseases
  • In cases of keloids, hypertrophic (excessive scar tissue formation at the wound site), or atrophic (depressed scars) wound healing tendencies
  • In cases of melanoma
  • For white, gray hairs and/or fluffy hair
  • In cases of increased photosensitivity, allergy, or taking photosensitizing medications