Director of the network of clinics “Novolaser”
How does laser?
The diode laser has a wavelength of 808 nm and only affects the hair follicles, and the core remains intact. After laser hair removal diode laser hair regrowth unchanged for two weeks and then falls out.
The wavelength alexandrite laser — 755 nm, it affects the follicle and the hair shaft. The laser beam penetrates the skin and hits the hair, in the result, the hair is heated and injure the cells which provide for its growth.
After the first session of laser hair removal alexandrite laser for hair not growing, and after 2-3 weeks when there is a burnt twisted the remaining hair.
Safe procedure of laser hair removal?
Laser hair removal is worldwide with 80-ies of the last century. During this time there was not one case of the disease triggered by the laser hair removal procedure.
What kind of lasers are the most effective?
Market leaders laser hair removal is considered a diode, and alexandrite lasers.
The diode laser can be used on a dark or lightly tanned skin, works on 1-5 phototypes. The alexandrite laser works on lighter skin phototypes. He is capable of strong heat up of hair, therefore it is more effective. This is reflected in a smaller number of procedures.
How many treatments will be required to pass the course?
A course of laser hair removal on the diode laser consists of 8-12 procedures. The alexandrite laser will need less number of treatments is 6-10.
However, the number of procedures that will need that you may differ. You need to see a specialist laser hair removal, which will select the more suitable type of laser and write out the course of treatments according to your skin type and hair.
By the way, the network studios laser hair removal Novolaser free advises its clients before the start of the course.
It is forever?
Laser hair removal will help you to get rid of hair for a very, very long time. It is important to comply with one condition — a couple of times a year you will need to do preventative treatment and to remove single hairs.