Bay Medical Aesthetics offers unisex laser hair removal in Bayside, helping you to get rid of un-wanted hair. Our experienced team uses the latest technology for effective laser hair removal in Melbourne, giving you the confidence to freely bare your skin.
Laser hair removal is a safe method for long-term reduction of unwanted hair that involves pre-cisely targeting the hair follicle without damaging the surrounding epidermis.
The DIODE laser we use is not only the latest in technology, but also represents a new way to ap-proach the problem with safe and excellent aesthetic results. This device is designed to remove unwanted hair faster, with less discomfort and more reliability.
The day before your laser treatment for hair removal, the entire area must be shaved. This is be-cause laser energy travels more effectively when the follicles are short. The hair should be coarse, and black or dark brown in colour. White, blonde, and very fine hair cannot be removed with laser.
During the procedure, a layer of cold gel is applied. The wavelength, pulse width, and the energy level is adjusted based on your skin type and hair density. The laser is then activated and glided over the treatment site. There will be a brief sharp sensation as the hair is destroyed.
After the treatment, the hair normally remains intact and will start to shed a few weeks later. After this, there should be a hair-free period. For optimal results, we usually recommend multiple ses-sions.
The DIODE laser targets melanin within hair follicles using precisely concentrated light and heat. This method damages the follicles and inhibits future hair growth. For the treatment to be effec-tive, the follicles must be targeted in the correct phase of hair growth.
Hair has 3 growth stages – Anagen, Catagen and Telogen. Anagen is the active phase of hair growth when there is abundant melanin. This is the optimal phase for the hair to be targeted with laser removal. Catagen is the growing phase of the hair, while Telogen is the dormant phase of the hair. Laser treatments done during these other phases may not effectively destroy the hair bulb. This is another reason why multiple sessions are required for effective laser treatment for hair re-moval.
Our laser hair removal clinic in Bayside recommends 7-10 treatments, spaced 4-6 weeks apart to notice a considerable percentage of hair reduction.
Visit us for a complimentary consultation at our laser hair removal in Bayside to find out if this treatment is suitable for you. Our experienced clinicians will personalise a treatment plan to suit your unique hair removal needs, with regular follow-ups provided. Call us today on (03) 9589 0200.
Treatable hair colours are black or dark brown, in both colour and coarse. White, blonde, and very fine hair cannot be removed with laser.
The hair usually remains intact after the treatment and will begin to shed a few weeks later. After this phase, there should be a hair-free period. The next growth of hair that was dormant (Catagen phase) beneath the skin during the initial treatment will begin to surface a few weeks later. The treatment can be repeated once there is enough hair on the surface. The process continued until the desired result is achieved. Our laser hair removal clinic in Bayside recommends around 7-10 treatments, spaced 4-6 weeks apart for optimal results.
Laser hair removal is a safe and effective method for long-term reduction of unwanted hair. It involves precisely targeting the hair follicle with our DIODE laser, without damaging the surrounding skin.
The treatment area must be shaved the day before the procedure. In the case of full body laser hair removal, the entire body should be shaved. When the follicle is short, it allows the laser energy to travel more effectively.
A layer of cold gel is applied during the procedure. The wavelength, pulse width and the laser energy level will be adjusted based on your skin type and hair density. When the laser is activated and glided over the treatment site, there will be a very brief sharp sensation as the hair is being destroyed.