MEDICAL GRADE TECHNOLOGY
Gentle Hair Removal is a laser treatment targeting the hair follicles with intense laser light energy for thermal destruction, but without damaging the surrounding tissue.
Safe for Fitzpatrick’s I-IV.
Laser Hair Reduction: The Process
Laser Hair Reduction: The Pricing
How it works.
The gentle laser targets the hair follicle with intense laser light energy for thermal destruction to provide permanent hair reduction over the course of a few treatments.
With fast treatment times, the laser hair reduction process delivers a more comfortable patient experience through its distinctive Dynamic Cooling Device™. This cooling system sprays the skin before each laser pulse with a cooling burst of cryogen over the treatment area, providing a cooling protection factor more than 50% greater than contact or air cooling for optimal comfort.
Our gentle hair reduction treatment is faster and more comfortable than standard laser hair reduction treatment, with 80% permanent hair reduction in only three (3) treatments.
A treatment can take as little as a few minutes to as long as an hour, depending on the treatment area and the condition being treated. Both legs can often be treated in as few as 15 minutes, as can an average-sized man’s back.
Some clients may feel slight discomfort, which has been compared to snapping a rubber band against the skin. This discomfort resolves quickly and is minimized by our patented Dynamic Cooling Device™
Multiple treatments are required to achieve the full hair reduction effect. The hairs on your body are not always at the same stage, so you’ll need to undergo 6-10 treatments, an average of six to eight weeks apart, to catch them all in the growth stage.
Permanent side effects are rare. Temporary side effects may include redness, swelling, hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation, blistering and purpura (laser bruise) in the treated area. [These usually do not last more than a few days.]
A New You does not take insurance.
Laser Hair Reduction at A New You Spa is overseen by an off-site medical director.