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About Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is a permanent hair removal procedure using laser that involves removing hair without causing damage to the skin by selectively destroying the hair follicles that produce hair. Hair is produced by hair follicles situated deep inside the skin, and in order to ensure permanent removal of hair, the hair follicles must be eliminated completely. Application of a hair removal cream, waxing, and shaving all lead to temporary hair removal effects, and hair will inevitably grow soon afterwards.

Principles of Laser Hair Removal


Laser hair removal selectively attacks and destroys the melanocytes in the hair follicles in the growth stage. This ensures that no scars are formed on the surface of the skin. At the same time, it destroys only the hair follicles in the growth stage, and the effectiveness is lower for the areas with clusters of hair follicles that are in the resting phase or regression stage. In this case, receiving an additional laser treatment ensures that little to no hair is grown afterwards.

Excellent hair removal effects

Low frequency of hair growth Fast and simple procedure Less pain during the procedure


Precautions for Before and After Laser Hair Removal


  1. Do not pull out hair a month to two weeks before the procedure (shaving is okay).
  2. Do not sunbathe or get a suntan.
  3. If you want to selectively treat pigmented areas, then you can apply an whitening ointment for a few weeks before the procedure.


  1. We recommend that you do not get a suntan. So please apply sunscreen when you go outdoors.
  2. Avoid swimming and using the sauna for a week.
  3. Rashes may occur in the areas with lots of thick hair or sensitive skin. In this case, you may need to receive an injection, use an ointment or take an orally administered drug for 2 to 3 days.

Potential Procedure Sites


  • Face / Hairline / Philtrum / Neck, etc.

<Upper body>

  • Chest / Arms / Abdomen / Back

<Lower body>

  • Bikini line / Thighs / Knees / Calves, etc.


*Frequency of procedures (expected): 5 to 10 times (varies from individual to individual)

*Procedure cycle: Every 6 to 8 weeks

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