The laser hair removal 

The excessive hair removal treatments are carried out using a diode laser LightSheer TM Diode Laser System by the American company COHERENT, belonging to the outstanding devices of the highest efficiency, at the same time providing a maximum comfort of the treatment.

This laser is the most modern device to remove unwanted hair, having the certificate of safety and quality issued by the U.S. FDA (Food & Drug Administration). The treatments with the usage of laser LightSheer constitute an effective way to remove hair permanently from various body areas. The mechanism of the laser light action in the treatment of hair removal comes down to the local, precise heating and the destruction of elements of the hair root containing melanin, without an adverse effect on other cells of the skin. Laser produces a lasting-for-a-split-second impulse, which is sufficient to evaporate the pigment, causing the damage to a few hair roots at once, eliminating permanently or reducing significantly hair growth. The permanent hair removal in the treated area requires to repeat the procedure several times within a specified time. Usually, it is necessary to perform a series of 3-5 treatments at 4-6 weeks intervals.

  • The indications to perform the treatment: The depilation by LightSheer laser is used on the hair of face, hands, legs, bikini, back, around nipples and armpits.
  • Thinning hair, eg. on facial skin in men.
The preparation for the treatment:

  • The first treatment is preceded by a dermatological consultation. The doctor assesses the skin condition and interviews.
  • On the day of the treatment, the skin should be shaved, cleaned and not smeared.
  • The mechanical depilation (with a depilator, tweezers or wax) should not be used 4 weeks before the treatment.

The rules of conduct after the treatment:

  • For 14 days after the treatment there is a ban on sunbathing and the use of solarium as well as the order to apply sunscreens (SPF 30, SPF 50 +) in the areas which have undergone the treatment and are exposed to solar radiation.
  • On the day of the treatment, you should not take hot baths and not use a sauna.
Contraindications to the procedure:

  • Pregnancy
  • Skin and general diseases with photosensitivity
  • Active infections at the site of the treatment
  • Skin cancers
  • Treatment with photosensitisisng drugs (i.e. retinoids)
  • Epilepsy
  • Keloidal tendency
  • Implanted pacemaker and ICD
  • Chemical or mechanical peel at the site of laser procedure in the last 1-2 weeks
  • Laser dermabrasion in the last 3 months
  • Suntan (sunbathing should be avoided in 2-4 weeks before the procedure)


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