No, there isn’t any damage to any organs or tissue of the human body. Also, we show all of our clients the pre- and post- care instructions, in order to prevent any possible complications. During your initial consultation, we always discuss contraindications that will allow you to see if you can receive treatments or not. [...]
Typically one cycle takes 4-6 weeks; there are different stages of hair growth. Each stand of the human body is at its own stage of development. In order to target early active hair follicles, we need to space those sessions every 4-6 weeks apart.
It's a semi permanent to permanent. Also, our bodies may develop new hair follicles down the road. This is why we recommend touch ups from time to time in order to maintain silky smooth skin. Also, due to hormone fluctuations, females can experience more hair growth throughout their life.
The best candidate for laser hair removal is someone with light skin and dark coarse hair. However, our device allows us to treat from 1-6 Fitzpatrick skin types. Please note that hair without any pigment – blond, gray or white (sometimes red) cannot be treated.
Imagine a strong beam of light that is specifically aimed at the hair. During the process, the light attracts the pigment of the hair, which ultimately damages the hair follicle. This prevents future hair growth for months and in some cases even years.