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What is laser hair removal?

Laser hair removal is a medical treatment that involves the use of a concentrated beam of light (laser) to target and remove unwanted hair. Typically, a number of sessions are required to completely remove the unwanted hair, which can vary from client to client. If you have any questions or are curious about receiving this treatment clients can book in for a free consultation under our online booking system.

Things to know before your laser hair removal treatment:

A clean shave is necessary the night before a laser session, or the day of the laser section.

Clients cannot be on blood thinners or medications where you need to avoid the sun.

Clients may continue to shave as needed between your appointments.

No tanning before or after laser sessions (avoid spray tanning for 1 week before the laser session).

Advise your laser technician of any medical history changes before your laser session.

DPC (Dynamic Pulse Control)

DPC (Dynamic Pulse Control) is a unique technology that offers 3 pulse configurations in 1 hand-piece:

Smooth pulse – single square pulse – for wide spread, slow transition of heating.

Long pulse – multiple sub-pulses – for more confined moderate heat delivery.

High pulse – multiple high peak sub-pulses – for more local and rapid heat delivery.

This proprietary technology maximizes the practitioner’s control of treatment specificity, thus providing a wide range of possibilities to obtain optimal results and safe treatment for all skin types, in most treatment cases, for all treatment stages.

The Rapid DPC Pro hand-piece has two mode of Dynamic Pulse Control (DPC) and DPC Flow, with contact cooling of -8 ‘C , the coolest hand piece in the market, optimally treat all skin types, specially darker skin, all year round, providing fast and pain free experience.


If the patient has any of the following medical conditions, the treatment should not be performed, unless the patient presents a specific written permission from his physician:

Absolute contraindications:

  • Pacemaker/Defibrillator (internal/external)
  • Metal plates, or pins in the treatment area.
  • Implants in the treatment area (metal, silicone, bio-alcamid or any material).
  • Skin Cancer (past / present).
  • Other Cancer types (present)
  • Precancerous lesions
  • Heart diseases/ heart failure.
  • Pregnancy-current & 3 months post
  • During Breast feeding
  • Topical use of Hydroquinone, acids, bleaching agents, Retin A, etc, at the treatment site during the preceding 14 days.
  • Immune depressants consumption
  • HIV
  • Other immunosuppressive conditions.
  • Light-induced/heat-induced diseases (Lupus, Porphyria, Epilepsy, and others)
  • Active Herpes Simplex infection.
  • Skin diseases (past/ present) such as Psoriasis, Dermatitis, Vitiligo, and others, located at the treatment area.
  • Active Rosacea and/or acne.
  • Keloid scars.
  • Fragile, dry or sensitive skin.
  • Consumption of Retinoids (Roaccutane, Isotretinoins, and others) during the previous 6 months (topical and/or oral).
  • Steroids consumption (Cortisone, for example).
  • Bleedings, hemorrhages.
  • Tanned skin in the last 4 weeks for skin types I-III in the last 8 weeks for skin types >IV (sun/artificial tanning / tanning lotions)

  • Tattoo/makeup tattoo in the treated area.
  • Fertility treatments.

After care

Stay Out Of The Sun

We strongly recommend you avoid direct sun exposure and tanning beds for a minimum of three days after your treatment, and always apply sunblock with SPF 50+ to the treated area any time you are outside. Also, use barrier protection such as wide- brimmed hats, large sunglasses and protective clothing.

Stay Cool & Dry

Time to reschedule your beach, spa & trainer should avoid steam rooms, saunas, hot tubs, pedicures and exercise/sweating for 24 hours, and avoid swimming for at least three days after your treatment.

Avoid Irritants

These include harsh soaps, medicated washes, scrubs, peels, and topical prescription products, such as retinoids for at least three days. We recommend applying only Vaseline, Aquaphor, hydrocortisone 1%, or sunscreen as needed, as well as same-day makeup if you need to. Reminder: refrain from scrubbing the area!

Chill Out In The Shower

Hold the hot baths & showers and take short, cool or lukewarm showers and avoid scrubbing or shaving the area too much. After showering, gently pat the area dry with a clean towel.

Real Life Results





Frequently Asked Questions

  • Permanent removal of hair
  • Softer skin
  • Less hair growth
  • Reduced hyperpigmentation
  • Stop irritation caused by shaving
  • Removal of ingrown hair
The laser hair removal appointment can take 15 minutes to an hour depending on which regions you laser. You may return to your normal activities right after the treatment since there is no downtime.
The pain level can vary, usually very tolerable. The bikini area may be a little more sensitive and that can be resolved using topical numbing cream 30 minutes before your laser hair removal procedure. You will feel little zaps to the skin similar to an elastic band snapping against your skin.
For effective results, you must ensure that your sessions are spaced 4-7 weeks apart, according to your esthetician’s recommendation and avoid skipping any appointments. Due to the different hair growth cycles, 6-8 treatments are recommended on average, spaced out according to your hair growth cycle.
It can take about six to 12 months to complete all the sessions required for permanent laser hair removal. After your first appointment, you will likely notice that your hair grows back sparser than it did before the treatment, but it will take a few weeks before the hair starts to fall out and more sessions before they permanently stop growing.
Avoid tanning for 2 weeks prior to laser. Do not wax or tweeze your hair for six weeks prior to your appointment. Before your treatment, you must have clean skin and all body parts treated must be shaved 24 hours prior to your appointment (except for difficult to reach area, our esthetician can help). Do not apply any cream, oil or lotions on the skin the day of your treatment
In some cases, you may experience slight irritation and swelling. It is important to help your skin heal and relax after your session. Wear loosely fitting clothes and apply a calming lotion on the skin daily. Most hair will not be removed instantly by the laser and will fall out a few days later. You can help this process by gently exfoliating your skin in the shower two days post-treatment.

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