Hair removal

Epilation is the removal of hair by its roots, follicle sack. Hair embryonic cells have some resources that are consumed in the removal of several stages and will not grow again unless there are pathological conditions associated with hormonal background.

Optical hair removals are considered one of the modern methods of hair removal, among which is diode laser. It has patented wavelength, which is why producers use 810 nanometers of wavelength. We can say that it’s the best compared to photoepilation and alexandrite lasers.

 

Laser hair removal

The method is based on the usage of either only optical energy or including  RF (radio waves). For hair removal lasers of different origin are used. Each of them has its own characteristics and performance criteria. The whole method is based on the phenomenon of light absorption from the natural pigment  melanin. Hair bulb contains a lot of melanin especially at the stage of active growth.  Received light energy is transformed into thermal energy and damages both  hair bulb melanin and  follicle nourishing capilliars.

After each procedure hair quality and quantity are reducedand they gradually disappear.

Needle Hair Removal

Needle epilation is a proven hair removal method. The human factor is large here, because non professional specialist’s work can have serious consequences, causing cosmetic defects. Besides, it requires further care and rehabilitation and compared to laser epilation, it needs a longer period of rehabilitation.

Needle epilation is not advisable to apply on bioactive points or near the glands.

Needle epilation is recommended to perform before puberty, i.e. before the hair gets rough.


Bio and thread epilation

Bio epilation is an epilation done with natural adhesive materials. It is done by hands or with special papers.


Sugaring

Sugaring is a type of bioepilation, which is done of the basis of sugar.