Laser Body Hair Removal can be applied to any area with unwanted hair growth and promises smooth and soft skin in:
Laser Alexandrite sessions are repeated approximately every 1-2 months. In hormone-dependent areas such as the face, chest and abdomen, hair reduction is slower compared to bikini, legs and arms for Laser Hair Removal which require a small number of sessions and can even achieve complete hair elimination even in 6 sessions.
In cases where hormonal disorders co-exist, the only permanent hair removal solution is laser body hair removal with alexandrite laser hair removal.
Before each Laser Body Hair Removal session, the hair in the area needs to be trimmed, as the laser targets the root and not the free hair shaft. The area is scanned with a 2 cm diameter laser beam while the system simultaneously emits cool air, making the treatment easy and painless. After the Laser Body Hair Removal session:
Adverse effects from Laser hair removal with Alexandrite laser occur only when the instructions are not followed by the patient or when the treatment is not performed by an experienced operator under the supervision of a dermatologist. Potential side effects are completely reversible and include transient erythema and periorbital edema that resolves a few hours after treatment.
More persistent erythema or irritation may require more time to recover. Hypochromia or hyperpigmentation may occur if the patient is exposed to the sun immediately after treatment without sun protection.