Say goodbye to your unsightly hair without suffering: men, women, all skin colors, all seasons.
Hair removal consists of removing, temporarily or permanently, hair from male or female human skin. It can concern all parts of the body, from the most visible (face, legs, arms, etc.) to the most intimate (pubic hair, etc.).
Hair removal is done using tweezers, depilatory creams ... or a process that works with laser or IPL (for permanent hair removal).
There are 3 recognized methods to make your hair disappear over the long term: electrolysis, pulsed light and laser.
Hair is a dander (a hard keratin filament), it is found on many areas of the human body except for the palms of the hands, soles of the feet, sides of the fingers, penis and clitoris). Hair production is most abundant at puberty, where it develops mainly on the legs, pubis, arms, face, nose... Hair is made up of melanocytes and keratin. Its colour, consistency and abundance depend mainly on sex and heredity.
The hair follicle has intermittent activity. In hair growth, there are 3 successive phases:
Hairs in the anagen phase are the targets for permanent hair removal. Approximately 20% of the hair is destroyed at each session.
The laser provides a single band of light color to target a specific area and condition: the laser light is directed at the hair follicles, the light energy is converted into heat which destroys the hair follicle: hair removal is permanent.