A: When the patient feels a slight acupuncture sensation and warmth, the skin appears reddish and other hyperemic reactions, and edematous papules appear around the hair follicles that are warm to the touch;
A: 4-6 treatments are generally recommended, or more or less depending on the actual situation(How long after diode laser does hair fall out? Hairs begin to fall out in 5-14 days and may continue to do so for weeks.)
A: Due to the staggered nature of the hair growth cycle, in which some hairs are actively growing while others are dormant, laser hair removal requires multiple treatments to catch each hair as it enters the “active” growth phase. The number of laser hair removal treatments necessary for complete hair removal varies from person to person, and is best determined during consultation. Most patients require 4-6 hair removal treatments, spread out between 4 week intervals.)
A: You can begin to see hair fall out in approximately 1-3 weeks post-treatment.
A: Avoid exposing skin to sunlight for at least 2 weeks after treatment.
Avoid heat treatments saunas for 7 days.
Avoid excessive scrubbing or applying pressure to the skin for 4-5 days
A: Lips Bikini usually takes 5-10 minutes;
Both upper limbs and both calves need 30-50 minutes;
Both lower limbs and large areas of the chest and abdomen may take 60-90 minutes;
A: Diode lasers use a single wavelength of light that has a high abruption rate in melanin. As the melanin heats up it destroys the root and blood flow to the follicle disabling the hair growth permanently...Diode lasers deliver high frequency, low fluence pulses and can be safely used on all skin types.
A: The catagen stage of the hair cycle is right before the hair falls out naturally and not because of the laser. During this time, laser hair removal will not be as successful because the hair itself is already dead and is being pushed out of the follicle.