Am I A Good Candidate For Laser Hair Removal?
Laser hair removal works for every skin type, and every hair type.
Those with blonde and red hair may need double the treatments to get the same results as darker hair. Not good for gray or white hair.
This proprietary hair removal method works by gradually heating up the dermis to a temperature that effectively damages the hair follicles and prevents re-growth, while avoiding injury to the surrounding tissue
The unique heating and energy delivery method effectively damages the hair follicle, prevents regrowth and prevents damage to surrounding tissue. At the same time ICE technology cools the skin surface, preventing superficial burns and sensation of pain
Proven Safety Record
SHR is a safe method of laser hair removal for ALL skin types, including dark skin whereby melanin is exponentially more sensitive to the heat typically used in laser treatments.
All Skin Types
Rather than exposing the hair follicle to a single high energy pulse which can cause trauma to skin with a high melanin count, SHR gradually heats the skin until the required heat and energy is delivered to the hair follicle. This makes SHR a safe laser hair removal option including for dark skin tones.
Any Area of
Safe for Brazilian area, hard to reach and sensitive areas like underarms, bikini line, face, back, arms, legs and more
Treatment sessions are super quick, even for larger areas such as legs or back.
How to Prepare for Treatment
4 weeks before avoid waxing and hair removal creams
2 weeks prior avoid prolonged sun exposure like tanning and beach vacations
1 week before your appointment Stop any topical products and creams (Retinols, Hydroxy Acids, Benzoyl Peroxide, Salicylic Acid)
1 DAY before shave your hair in direction of hair growth with a clean razor
For facial hair please do a close trim 1 Day before
Come to your LHR appointment with clean skin (no lotions, makeup, skincare on the area(s) to be treated)
After Treatment Expectations & Recommendations
Redness and swelling of the hair follicle immediately after your session is a normal occurrence that subsides in a few hours.
In the week following your session, the hair over the treated skin will begin falling out.
You should protect your treated skin from excessive heat for about 24 hours after your treatment, so no saunas or hot tubs.
You should apply sun protection, SPF >30, and protect the treated area from exposure to direct sunlight as much as possible.
Makeup may be applied on the day following treatments due to the skin being sensitive.
Tweezing, waxing or any hair grooming that removes the hair along with its root should be avoided, since it could interfere with your laser treatment.
You can absolutely shave in between your laser appointments.