Department of Laser Hair Removal
Laser Hair Removal has gained its popularity due to its effectiveness, convenience, minimal side effects, almost non-invasive, painless and produces long-term results compared to traditional hair removal techniques such as shaving, plucking and waxing.
The number of sessions required depends on the patient. The patient’s skin type, skin color, type of hair, hair color. Generally, patients would need a minimum of seven sessions depending on the coarseness of the hair and the color of the skin. Also, the main reason of the growth of hair if it is a medical condition such as hirsutism may require more sessions. Medical conditions or patients under medications that causes more hair to grow may require more sessions. Coarse dark hair on white skin is the easiest to treat.
The period in between sessions that is highly recommended is 3-8 weeks depending upon what is the treatment area. The safest would be six weeks, as hair growth cycle must be completed before the next hair removal session. During this time before the next session, the hair would be allowed to grow and the effect of the treatment is that hair would fall off by its own without any efforts from the patient.
Are there risks, side effects and is it painful? The worse side effects would be swelling, itchiness and redness around the treated area that would last for a maximum of 3 days. While being treated the feeling is similar to snapping rubber bands on the skin. Depending on the pain tolerance of the patient, anesthesia is available at CMC such as cream that is applied half an hour before the session starts. The risks are minimal depends on the machine used and the skill level of the laser technician. Check out our highly trained technicians to assure safety and security.
Q Switched Laser
Q Switched Laser is the application of specialized laser energy to improve skin texture, reduce wide pores, treat acne, skin rejuvenation, brightens pigmentation and dark areas. It is also used to bleach the unwanted body hair and erases tattoos.
- Long-term results
- No downtime
- Safe for most skin types
- Enhances skin tone
- Comfortable procedure
- No messy creams
How Q Switched works?
Tiny laser energy pulses with pigments are released every billionths of a second deep into the skin. It is naturally absorbed by the skin and is also naturally disposed by the body. This process removes 75 – 100% dark color of a spot in one single session. The patient will feel tiny hot dots but this discomfort can be avoided by using topical anesthesia (especially for tattoo removal).
- What is Q Switched used for?
- Tattoo removal
- Hair removal
- Removal of dark spots and pigmentation
- Removal of unwanted brown spots such as moles
This technique of laser used to improve the appearance of the skin and treat facial and body flaws.
It requires less recovering time compared to other ablative lasers.
- It can also cure:
- Burn & acne scars
- Wide or large pores
- Pigmentation such as freckles and melisma
- Laser for pigmented lesions and skin rejuvenation
- Laser Hair Bleaching
- Laser Tattoo removal
- Laser vascular treatment
- Fractional laser – See above how it works.