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GentleLASE is the most effective method available for removing hair anywhere on the body:

Quick information

  • A laser destroys the hair follicle permanently, so hair will no longer grow.
  • The laser targets the pigment in the hair, which helps it get to the follicle. This means it is only effective where pigment is present – in darker hair.
  • To make the effects permanent, you will need to have three to six treatments about six to seven weeks apart. This is because the only way to destroy the hair follicle is to catch it in the right growth phase when sufficient pigment is present, which happens at different times for each individual hair follicle.
  • Laser hair removal is suitable for all parts of the body, including intimate areas.
  • Hair removal using GentleLASE is not a painful procedure, thanks to the GentleLASE patent – dynamic cooling of the skin, which has an anesthetic effect.

What does the laser hair removal procedure involve?

The procedure takes place in a laser treatment office. You will wear special glasses to protect your eyes. The laser is applied to the area being treated using a small, handheld applicator. Coolant sprays briefly before each laser impulse. A laser treatment for permanent hair removal can last anywhere from several minutes to an hour, depending on the size of the area being treated.

Does laser hair removal hurt?

You may feel a mildly unpleasant sensation from the laser impulse. Some people say it feels like getting flicked with nettles or a rubber band. However, this sensation is largely eliminated by cooling. You can also use a skin desensitizing cream if you choose.

How should I prepare to permanent laser hair removal?

You should not remove hair using electrolysis, tweezers or wax for six weeks prior to your treatment. If you are prone to cold sores, we recommend taking antiviral medication before the procedure as a preventive measure. The hairs targeted for removal should be shaved using a razor, the skin should be clean and dry, and any makeup, creams and/or oils should be removed.

What should I expect after the procedure?

This procedure has only minimal risk of side effects. You may experience temporary redness and irritability after the procedure, and people with sensitive skin may also experience swelling, blisters, scabs or pigment changes in the skin – lightening or darkening. These effects last only a few days.

Avoid direct sunlight and tanning beds immediately after the procedure. For the first few days after your treatment, do not use peeling or abrasive skin care products. In general, you should protect your skin before and after the procedure by wearing SPF 30 or higher sunscreen.