Laser hair removal is one of the most popular treatment procedures in modern aesthetic dermatology. Long-standing experience and clinical tests prove the high efficiency of this remedy: various hair removing lasers have been used all over the world for as long as nearly 20 years.
According to recent research data, the hypothesis stating that hair absorbs the ray only during the growth stage, has not been proved. It becomes evident that at the early anagen (growth) phase hair contains the biggest amount of the pigment; therefore, repeat procedures must be performed in order to “catch” as many hairs at this stage as possible. On average, 3 – 6 procedures are performed. Frequently, the desired result is achieved as soon as after 3 procedures. Hair falls out after the 1st procedure, their amount decreases for a long time, and those hair that still grow become thinner, less visible and causes less severe skin problems. However, a course of procedures should be performed in order to ensure long-lasting results. Procedures are performed every 6 – 8 weeks.