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Primelase HR is a diode laser technique with the greatest peak power on the market (4000w). It is characterized by its use of very short pulses with high doses of energy, ideal for residual hair in the last sessions. The dynamic or pain free mode is another characteristic of primelase HR. This system allows us to work without any kind of discomfort, making laser hair removal bearable for all kinds of patients during all the sessions, including men and thick hair. Furthermore, primelase HR uses the “crystal freeze” system in its applicators, and exclusive cooling system created by Cocoon medical which constantly and automatically adjusts the temperature making hair removal much safer.
Questions & Answers
What are the benefits of primelase HR laser hair removal?
Permanent hair removal is achieved in a short time, improving the quality of the skin. It also helps to remove cystic hair and improves problems with folliculitis, carbuncles, hypertrichosis and hidradenitis.
How many sessions are required?
Laser hair removal requires multiple treatment sessions as we can only remove hair in the growth phase known as Anagen. The number of sessions depends on the area to be treated, the thickness and color of the hair, skin type and the specific needs of each client.
Is hair removal permanent with the primelase HR?
Primelase HR equipment eliminates progressively active follicles permanently (hair in Anagen growth phase) through successive sessions. At certain times there are several factors that can activate currently inactive follicles (destruction not possible). Hormone changes, for example, can be found among these factors.
Is it painful?
It is practically painless, and it is tolerable for the patient, although some patients may feel some discomfort and heat, inherent to the laser, or cold from the device’s cooled tip.
How long does the treatment last?
The duration depends on the size of the area to be treated. An upper lip may take up to 5 minutes, 15 minutes for each underarm and between 30 minutes to 1 hour for legs.
The patient should avoid sunbathing, using self-tanning lotions and discoloring the hair the days prior to treatment to avoid discoloring of the skin. From the moment treatment starts, avoid the use of tweezers, waxing, electrolysis or any other type of hair removal systems which remove hair by the root. Do Primelase HR treatments have side-effects? The risks are minimal, and most of them are reversible. The most common reactions include redness, residual erythema, and perifollicular edema.