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Say goodbye to your razor, once and for all!

how it works

Palomar Vectus

Vectus is a Diode 810nm laser for hair removal developed by the R+D=I at Palomar Medical Inc, the leading company in patent design for laser hair treatments in close collaboration with Wellman Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital, the best laser research centre worldwide.

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

A technique is based on the principle of selective photo- thermolysis. Having more melanin than other tissues, the hair follicle's pigment absorbs the light, which is then converted into heat. The light energy heats the hair follicle only and inhibits its growth mechanisms without harming the skin.  The IPL device allows for customizable settings (wavelengths, number of pulses, duration of pulses, delay between pulses, and power delivered) to best match the relative depth, size, and absorption characteristics of individual's hair type and to avoid causing damage to the areas that need to be preserved . This machine works on most  skin and hair types (except grey and fine blond). It works best on dark and coarse hair. IPL tremendously speeds up the procedure though the use of a large-size crystal that allows to project treatment onto a larger area. The procedure time is cut so drastically that some of our customers manage to get their treatment done during lunch time.

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what's the difference?

IPL  vs Vectus Diode 810 nm Laser Hair Removal

Vectus create more heat directed at the hair follicle than IPL systems, hence achieving better results, only 4-6 treatments required  for up to 80% hair reduction. Because the heat is absorbed by the follicle, and not the skin, there is decreased risk of burning when using Vectus Diode Laser. IPL  hair removal cheaper but less effective and it will take 12 to 15 treatments to achieve the same result as Vectus.   

before & afters

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Laser hair removal uses lasers to target the roots of hair beneath the surface of the skin. Several treatments are needed for desired results. Most laser treatments will significantly reduce, and may even eliminate, the overall amount of hair in the treated area, but while results are typically long-lasting, permanent results are not guaranteed. Your results will depend on many factors, including the type of laser used, your skin tone, hair color, areas treated, and more.

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