At the moment, the Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is one of the best techniques to remove the inelegant hair. 
Coupled with the radiofrequency the IPL: represents a real comfort for the patient, is painless and swift results are visible 
This technique is totally safe and invisible 

Discover how Epilpro Diode Laser works for effective and long-lasting hair removal.

Laser hair removal works by eliminating hair at its root through the heat of the laser, which destroys hair follicles. This technique allows for powerful and deep thermo-coagulation of the hair bulb, ensuring either permanent or very long-lasting hair removal. Unlike traditional methods, destroyed hairs do not grow back.

The Diode laser targets the melanin in the hair, absorbing the laser's energy and converting it into heat. This temperature rise at the bulb denatures the germinal zone, ensuring effective hair removal while preserving the skin, thanks to selective photothermolysis.

It is crucial that the temperature is sufficient for optimal results in permanent hair removal, but the machine is equipped with a cooling system to minimize discomfort.

The treatment area includes all parts of the body except for the eye area. For eyebrows, only the area between the eyebrows can be treated. For men, treatment of the testicles is not recommended. Consequently, no treatment will be carried out in this area but bikini line hair removal is possible without any issues.

The number of sessions required varies depending on skin type and hair growth, typically between 6 and 8 sessions are needed for optimal results. The spacing between each session varies from 4 to 8 weeks depending on the treated area, to account for the different hair growth phases and ensure maximum effectiveness in a minimum number of sessions.

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Health and Care Medical Center - Kraainem

Avenue de Wezembeek, 106 – 1950 Kraainem
(Bruxelles à 2 pas de Stockel Woluwe Wezembeek Oppem
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