The key principle behind Candela Alexandrite laser hair removal is selective photothermosis that provides a safe, and more effective technique to eliminate unwanted hair rather than shaving, waxing, or tweezing. Alexandrite laser hair removal system selectively heats the area that causes hair growth (hair follicle), with minimal or no damage to the surrounding skin. Alexandrite laser hair removal works on individual follicles during their hair growth cycle to provide consistent, lasting results regardless of skin tone or body area. Few sessions of laser hair removal (within a time period apart) are required to eliminate unwanted hair. With the latest medical laser hair removal system (Candela Alexandrite GentleLase Pro) treatment is a painless procedure. The number of sessions that are required depends on the skin type and hair colour.
Before the laser hair removal session your hair must be 2-3 mm long. Our medical practitioner scans the entire area with the laser device. Thanks to the dual special cooling system, laser hair removal treatment is practically painless and easy. Sessions must be repeated approximately every month. Usually 5-8 sessions are required for the completion of hair removal. A temporary redness might appear at the end of the session, which will subside in a few hours or days. Our medical staff will recommend the use of moisturizer creams which should be applied after the laser session. The following days after hair removal patients should apply a sun screen on the treated parts of the skin exposed to sunlight. The newest Candela Alexandrite GentleLase Pro hair removal system offers more options and variable pulse duration. Laser hair removal is safer even during the summer and on slightly tanned skins.
LASER HAIR REMOVAL AND REPEAT SESSIONS
Candela Alexandrite laser hair removal does not require a repeat session after treatment, however if you still have hair on some areas, you can book your repeat session within 10 days. Our practitioner will examine you and will repeat the treatment on the areas that still have hair.