Almost our entire body is covered with hair. However, some of us may have darker, course hair in places that we wouldn't want. It may be a question of hygiene or aesthetics.
In any case, excessive body hairs may often be considered as embarrassing and bothersome, especially in body areas likelegs, bikini line, chest, neck, arms and armpits, back and so on.
Laser hair removal is becoming the mainstream with women as well as men. It's one of the most popular aesthetic treatments in practices all over the world.
Laser hair removal is a long-lasting, comfortable solution!
No more discomfort
No more ingrown hair
No more irritated or infected skin
Much faster and more efficient procedure
The deep penetration of Fotona Nd: YAG laser ensures it reaches even the deepest hair follicles, while its low absorption in all skin types ensures the surrounding tissue is preserve. This guarantees a safe, fast and effective hair removal, even with the darkest skin types, without causing epidermal damage, in which other light-based treatments may inherently cause. The procedure is quick and largely pain-free. You will be able to return to your normal activities immediately.
REMOVE is a highly effective laser hair removal solution
Using an 810 nm “gold standard” diode laser, REMOVE is the world’s best-selling laser hair removal technology, found in over 5300 clinics worldwide.
The combination of Alma’s 810nm diode laser with patented SHRTM technology makes REMOVE the safest, most reliable and most effective laser hair removal solution available today.
Intuitive, user friendly 15.6” color touch screen.
All skin types, area and sizes
Patented SHR ™ technology makes the difference
It works by gradually heating the dermis to a temperature that effectively
damages the hair follicles, preventing them from growing back, while protecting
the surrounding skin.
The In-motion™ technique used with SHR involves moving the applicator repeatedly
over the treatment area, applying energy over a large grid ensuring full coverage.
The hair follicles are not exposed to a single pulse of high energy, which can
injure the skin, but rather receive multiple, short, low energy pulses until
enough heat energy is generated to damage the hair follicle.