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Toss out that razer! With the advent of laser hair removal, the question is why would anyone opt for waxing or shaving? Laser hair removal is non-invasive and effective; the best choice for removing unwanted and unsightly hair. Save time, save money, and have smooth & silky legs all day, everyday!
The process is based on principles of selective photothermolysis. The light penetrates into the skin and is selectively absorbed by melanin of the hair shaft, specifically targeting the hair follicles to destroy hair at the root. Several treatment sessions may be needed in order to achieve optimal results.
We are able to treat all areas on the body, with the following exceptions: we do not treat upper eyelids
or over tattoos or permanent make-up. Also tanned areas are a contraindication and are not approved for treatment.
Depending on your genetics and the coarseness of the hair, a series of 4-6 treatments would give optimal results!
The 810nm laser is known as the “Sweet Spot” for laser hair removal as 755 alexandrite may be too hot for (and burn) darker skin types and 1064nm ND:YAG may not be strong enough to be effective on lighter skin types - which means more sessions, additional costs, and less results.
Several treatment sessions may be needed in order to achieve optimal results based on your genetics, hormones, and coarseness of your hair.
Light‐based laser hair removal is a leading treatment option for long‐term hair removal results in medical spa. The most popular hair removal lasers include long‐pulse alexandrite (755 nm), long‐pulse diode (810 nm), long‐ pulse neodymium‐doped yttrium aluminum garnet (Nd:YAG; 1064 nm), each has its own specifications and advantages that makes it more suitable for specific skin and hair conditions.1 The 810 nm long‐pulse diode lasers present a good efficacy and safety profile and are commonly used for photoepilation.
The previously published results demonstrated high safety profile of the Diolaze laser. No burn, localized infection, skin pigmentation and textural alterations were recorded. No unexpected or significant adverse events were recorded in any of the follow‐up time points, 3, 6, and 12 months post last treatment
The currently presented data of long‐term follow‐up over 12 months indicate that the Diolaze hair removal results are maintained not only for short‐ or midterm periods (3 and 6 months post last treatment, respectively) but also for long term. These statistically significant findings further establish the long‐term safety and efficacy of the Diolaze hair removal treatment
REFERENCE: Goldberg DJ. One‐year follow‐up results of hair removal using an 810 nm diode laser. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2018;17:775–778. https://doi.org/10.1111/ jocd.12757
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Technology: DiolazeXL by InMode Aesthetics.
Make-up may be applied immediately after facial treatment.
Localized redness and swelling is to be expected in the hours immediately following treatment.
The number of treatments is typically varied from 4-6 sessions every 4-8 weeks. There are longer intervals for body hair (6-8 weeks) than for facial hair (4-6 weeks). The best timing is when hair regrowth is observed.
Purchasing a package will discount the service and give you the most cost efficient options.
Sun block should be used for 3 weeks following the treatment.
Moisturizer may be applied after each treatment.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
20969 Ventura Boulevard Suite 23, Woodland Hills, California 91364, United States
La Belle Vie MedSpa & Wellness Center
20969 Ventura Blvd Suite 23
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
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