ADELAIDE Candela Laser Hair Reduction
Many of the clients who visit Eve On 21 are proud of the hair on top of their heads, but embarrassed by excess hair on other areas of their body. When that embarrassment lowers a person’s self-confidence and self-esteem, our specialists are ready to help.
What causes excess hair growth?
There is no such thing as a normal amount of body hair. Most women develop what is known as peach fuzz, fine hair that develops above the lips and on the chin, as well as on the arms, abdomen, chest and back. The most common triggers for excess hair growth include:
- Adrenal Gland Disorders
- Excess Weight
What solutions are available at Eve On 21?
- Superficial pigment
- Predictable, Permanent, and Pleasing
Prior to your treatment
During your preliminary consultation, you will be given instructions that will help ensure an excellent Laser hair removal experience at Eve On 21. Some of those guidelines include:
- On the day before your treatment, shave with a clean new razor. This will help the light locate the follicles. It is important that the razor is clean to ensure that there is no lingering bacteria that can cause contact dermatitis after your treatment.
- Clients with darker skin are required to use a Tyrosinaise Inhibitor a minimum of 2 weeks before their first treatment, this must be used while undergoing all laser treatment.
- Do not wax, tweeze, epilate or bleach the treatment area for a minimum of 4 weeks prior to, or at any stage during, laser treatment.
- Shaving is permitted in between treatments if desired.
- Sun exposure must be avoided for at least 2-4 weeks prior to treatment, any form of tanning may increase the risk of adverse reaction.
After Your Treatment
Redness and swelling of the skin are common and can last up to 48 hours after your treatment, to ensure the skin is protected it is important that only our Aftercare Skincare is used in the treatment area.
- Avoid excessive physical activity, hot showers, pools, spas and saunas for up to 48 hours post-treatment.
- When treating underarms, deodorant must not be applied for 12 hours post-treatment.