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Permanent Laser Hair Removal

Permanent Hair Reduction

Laser Hair Removal Sky Clinic
Laser Hair Removal Sky Clinic

Laser Hair Removal

Golden standard of permanent hair removal

  • Three Wavelengths Alex 755, Diode 808, ND:Yag 1064 
  • Virtually painless with 20Hz repetition
  • Proven safest for all skin types including tanned skin
  • Strongest cooling system on the market available to date

At Sky Clinic our process of removing unwanted hair by means of exposure to pulses of laser light 808nm that destroys the hair follicle. The lasers damage the chromosphere by selectively heating them while leaving surrounding tissue unharmed. When treating unwanted hair, for example, the melanin in the hair follicles is targeted and damaged which results in the disruption of hair growth and regeneration. The diode laser is complemented by cooling technology and pain reducing methods which improve treatment efficiency and patient comfort.

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FAQs

How does permanent hair reduction work?

Light is selectively absorbed by melanin, the pigment in the hair follicle. The light energy heats the pigment and destroys the hair follicle without damaging the surrounding cells.

Am I suitable for treatment?

All Skin types and hair types are suitable with our laser Hair Removal. We can also treat tanned skin.

How does the treatment feel?

Sensation during treatment varies, but most people describe it as Painless. No anaesthesia is required during treatment. A little bit of warmth is felt during the treatment.

What will I see after the treatment?

The dead hair shed after 1-3 weeks from treatment as the epidermis renews. During this period the hairs will seem to grow as they are pushed out by the new epidermis.

Are there any side effects?

The skin may be red immediately after treatment and the hair follicles may be swollen and bumpy, but this usually subsides within a few hours. Adverse reactions are rare, but may include a small blister or temporary lightening or darkening of the skin.

How many treatments are necessary?

Only hair that is actively growing is affected, therefore multiple treatments are needed. Treatment is conducted every 4-8 weeks, depending on the area treated, until a satisfactory result is seen. The required number of treatments varies, but typically 6 or more treatments are needed for optimum results.

How long does treatment take?

Treatment times can vary, depending on the size of the treatment area.

Consultation procedure

Prior to treatment, a consultation is conducted in which a medical history is taken to confirm suitability for treatment, there is also an opportunity for any questions you may have to be answered. Before treatment commences you must sign written consent form and small test patch will be curried out.