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Do you suffer from excessive, unwanted hair growth, for example on the chin, upper lip, legs, armpits, bikini line, back or chest? You can now have this removed permanently and practically painlessly with our advanced laser depilation method.
If you suffer from excessive hair growth, laser hair removal is a good solution for you. But how does laser hair removal actually work? Solution Clinic features the LightSheer Diode laser, both the e.S.A. with small head and the latest innovative DUET laser with much larger head. The DUET reduces the required treatment time to 75 compared to other hair removal equipment. You will be treated with the latest and safest method for removing excess hair growth in a comfortable way. This is a cosmetic treatment that permanently removes the hair.
A hair grows in three stages of growth:
Our laser beam uses the dark pigment (melanin) in your hair as a guide to penetrate the hair follicle from which the hair grows. If we treat you, only a limited part (around 15) of your hair is active and only these contain enough pigment. The hair follicle is then permanently destroyed by the laser beam. Those hairs can’t grow back. The other, inactive hairs have too little pigment and we cannot reach those hair follicles at that time. They remain intact. With each treatment, this process of selective destruction repeats itself, after which eventually the entire treated surface is de-haired. Because blonde, grey and ruddy hair sits without pigment, unfortunately these cannot be treated.
One of the frequently asked questions is why we choose the LightSheer Duet and not for the IPL flashing method. At Solution Clinic we only work with the highly effective LightSheer Duet and emphatically not with an IPL flash bulb.
The purchase of an IPL flash bulb is much cheaper, but a treatment with an IPL flash bulb does not give a permanent result. Treatment with IPL often seems more beneficial at first, but in practice many more treatments are needed than is usually indicated. More importantly, it does not offer a permanent solution to get rid of your unwanted hair growth forever.