What is permanent hair removal?
Permanent laser hair removal is a cosmetic technology used to remove unwanted body hair. The laser method is used worldwide and it is based on the principle of photo-thermolysis, which helps the progressive removal of hair follicles from the root, without damaging the adjacent tissues.
During the hair removal procedure, the laser heats the unwanted hair to a temperature of 70-80 degrees Celsius and “melts” the roots. The skin is not damaged by laser hair removal.
The results of laser hair removal are permanent, but throughout life, especially when the treatment is applied to very young people, other new hairs may appear. At the same time, certain endocrinological problems could lead to the appearance of new hairs, in addition to those removed by laser hair removal.
Permanent laser hair removal not only has a purely aesthetic purpose, but can also be used as a method of treatment or prevention of health problems such as hirsutism, the appearance of excessive hair in the chin, mustache, chest, folliculitis, hair growth under the skin, as well as in the situation of lesions in the armpit area and recurrent pilonidal cyst.
Would permanent hair removal have contraindications? This is a common question among our customers. Each treatment has a certain protocol and it is safe to follow this protocol and use special glasses. The treatment is performed by a specialized beauty technician, and this is fundamental, because if the device is not used correctly, it can cause severe skin burns.
Definitive laser hair removal has no other side effects, if you carefully choose the clinic and the specialists who perform this procedure.