What happens in the body?
The device sends laser beams to the skin or rather the hair. The melanin in the hair absorbs the energy of the light and transmits it directly to the root. The energy contained in the light is converted into heat in the hair root and the protein contained in the follicle of the hair is denatured. As a result, new hair can no longer grow.
How does the treatment work?
Before treatment can begin, you should shave the affected area. The day before the respective treatment is best, so that the skin can calm down.
The handpiece of the ND:YAG laser is placed on the appropriate part of the body and a light pulse is then emitted. Customers often feel a slight tingling sensation. This comes from the energy of light and is normal. Therefore, the skin may turn slightly red but should subside after about two to three days. If this is not the case, make an appointment with us.