How Does it work?
The laser targets and destroys hair follicles below the skin’s surface, but new follicles can develop due to lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise, and other factors
What Are the Risks?
The biggest risk with lasers is eye damage. Both you and the person operating the laser should be wearing goggles specific to the type of laser that’s being used. Skin damage such as blistering, redness, or irritation is uncommon with modern laser technology.
Does It Hurt?
With our new Motus lasers, the pain previously associated with Laser Hair Removal is a thing of the past. Many customers even note that the process “tickles” a little bit.
Will It Work on My Skin Type and Hair Color?
Laser hair removal works on almost every skin type-from very light-skinned people (or what’s known as Type I on the Fitzpatrick scale, a skin-typing test) all the way up to Type V or even VI (which is dark skin).
How Long Does It Take?
The actual procedure time depends on the area being treated. Each hair follicle is zapped in a millisecond, so a small area (such as the armpits) will take less than five minutes to complete, while a larger area (such as the legs) might take a half hour.