Laser hair removal – how to get rid of unnecessary hair forever! This is the most effective method that involves damaging the hair matrix. In most cases, after four treatments, there is a significant reduction of hair, about 70% of clients need between 4 and 6 treatments, depending on the body part, hair type, genetic predisposition, age, etc. After a series of treatments, about 80% -93% of hair is permanently damaged (for dark hair), he remaining percentage is lighter, more delicate and invisible hair (in practice, 100% hair removal is difficult to achieve). In difficult cases, it happens that “finishing” procedures are needed.
Primelase Excelence is a diode laser with very high power – up to 4800 W, which makes it the most effective laser on the market!
The laser only works superficially without affecting the body’s functions. It emits a gentle beam of rays that penetrates the skin to the hair follicle without damaging other organs surrounding the treatment site, therefore the treatment is completely safe.
The laser has a CrystalFreeze cooling function (+ 5 ° C) operating in two modes: static (1-3 HZ) and dynamic (5-10 HZ). Thanks to the effective cooling system, the patient does not feel pain and the treatment is 100% comfortable and non-invasive
This innovative solution allows the treatment to be performed with pulses lasting from 3 ms, which reach the appropriate temperature to destroy the hair follicle without affecting the skin.
Unlike other lasers on the market, the USP technology provides very short pulses that evenly heat the follicle to the optimal temperature without heating the skin, making it an extremely safe and effective device.
• pregnancy, breastfeeding
• fresh tan
• taking antibiotics (the treatment should be stopped 2 weeks before the procedure)
• steroids, antidepressants and psychotropic drugs
• tendency to develop discoloration and keloids
• active skin infections (bacterial, viral, fungal)
• cancer, albinism, psoriasis
• diabetes, epilepsy, ulceration, thrombosis
• allergy to the sun and blistering skin diseases
• skin damage
• an operation that has not been held recently
• white hair