Removing hairs

Know your hairs.

Excessive hairs on the body is usually associated with genetics, whereas race and hormone production are also important factors. The hairs are actually part of the skin and are composed of different parts. The key parts to be aware of are: epidermis (skin, uppermost skin), hair follicle (vesicle), derma (middle, thickest part of the skin), sebaceous gland, erectoral muscle and papillae (at the bottom of hair follicle).


In most cases, 3-5 laser treatments are needed – from 6 to 8 weeks to achieve the desired result.
Since all skin components differ between different genetic types, the results of laser hairs removal will depend on the type of skin and hairs.
After a complete laser hairs removal process, the future newly grown will usually be significantly thinner and smoother.