Permanent Hair Removal
Epilation - permanent hair removal
Fotoepilation works on the principle of selective fotothermolysis - it produces light beam sensitive to the hair pigment - melanin. The light beam penetrates to the root of the hair and destroys it. The condition is at least the minimal presence of pigment in the hair (light or gray hairs are not removed by the laser). As hair go through certain growth cycles during their life, for a successful epilation result it is necessary to hit the hair in its active growth phase. The number of roots in the active growth phase varies in different parts of the body and is to some extent individual. Therefore, sufficiently long pauses are required between treatments. In general, the best time to repeat the treatment after 4-6 weeks. Number of treatments needed varies according to the treated area.
In our salon we work with the latest technology used in the world today for medical and cosmetic purposes based on the IPL principle is the patented HPPL (High Power Pulse Light) technology of the Italian company NOVAESTETIC.
This technology uses an electronically controlled light flash, thanks to which unwanted wavelengths are eliminated and the energy of light is used to the maximum extent. The result is the so-called a cool flash of light that does is not painful, no cooling gels are needed and can be used all year round. The great advantage of this method is the high efficiency and safety of using the device.
How to prepare for the treatment
Untanned skin is suitable for epilation. The hairs must not be epilated with a tweezer, wax or any other method that pulls the hairs out (at least 6 weeks before the procedure). Hair can be shaved and grown max 1 mm above the level of the skin. The treatment is very fast, lasting from 5 to 30 minutes, depending on the treated area. After the treatment, you can immediately return to work and daily activities. The procedure must be repeated in at least 4-10 sessions to achieve the permanent effect of epilation. The number of repetitions to achieve a lasting result is individual and depends the treated area and the individual genetic and hormonal equipment of the individual.
sun tanned skin, people who develop hypertrophic and keloid scars, active or frequent herpes infection in the treated area, 6 months after use of natural or synthetic vitamin A derivatives, retinoids (ISOTRETINOIN, ROACCUTAN - used to treat acne) in case of topical use of retinoids (Retin-A) or bleaching agents: hydroquinone (stop at least 2 weeks before the procedure) It is also not recommended to take high beta carotene products a few months before the procedure, botox-treated areas, tattoos, damaged or inflamed skin, fungal diseases, skin diseases, skin melanoma, chemotherapy, epilepsy, circulatory disorders, fever, pregnancy and breastfeeding
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