Hair Removal

The hair is composed of a follicle and a shaft. The follicle is a small sac containing the hair root as well as a high concentration of melanin.

The hair root and its nutrient vessels are our target.

Heated up for at least 1 millisecond at a temperature of approximately 65°, nutrient vessels will be disabled and the hair root destroyed, preventing new growth of the hair.

The hair growth cycle is divided into 3 phases:

  • Anagen,
  • Catagen,
  • Telogen


Only during the first phase the bulb and shaft are attached to the hair root, therefore only during the anagen phase are we able to destroy it.

This, combined with skin complexion and pigmentation, hair colour and thickness explains why several cessions are needed to ensure optimal results.