Principle of laser hair removal

The depilatory laser emits a light that passes through the skin without damaging it. This light is carried by the hair pigments to the hair follicle to destroy it. This alteration of the hair bulb prevents the manufacture of hair.

After several sessions, the treated area is completely rid of its hair in a sustainable way.

The effect of laser hair removal is long lasting. Hair regrowth can occur and require occasional maintenance sessions.

A sensation of sunburn can be felt and redness may appear for a few hours. Solar exposures are strongly discouraged during the treatment period.