Laser Hair Removal and Mole Removal: Features and Indications

Today, innovative laser equipment is used to remove hair on the body and face. One of the most demanded services in aesthetic medicine is laser hair removal, it differs from other methods in safety and painlessness. The procedure guarantees the result and the absence of irritation, therefore it is suitable for people with different skin types.

Features of laser hair removal

To perform epilation, a diode laser of the latest generation is used, so the procedure is safe and does not cause discomfort. Like any other technique, laser hair removal has its own contraindications.

These include the period of pregnancy and breastfeeding, cancer, diabetes, hepatitis, skin and inflammatory diseases in the treated area, poor health, etc.

Before the procedure, you need to consult a specialist who will rule out possible contraindications. The number of sessions and their duration depend on several factors, including the type of skin, the treated area, the characteristics of the hair, and its structure.

Before starting laser hair removal, an anesthetic cream is applied to the skin to reduce possible discomfort. After the procedure, you should follow the simple recommendations of a specialist. During the week, you should refrain from visiting saunas, baths, swimming pools, swimming in open water. A special cream is applied to soothe the skin.

Laser removal of moles: what is special?

In addition to laser hair removal, moles, birthmarks, spider veins, etc. are removed with the help of a laser.

Every person has moles from birth, but they can appear throughout life. They are removed for aesthetic or medical reasons using the latest laser equipment.

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For this, a carbon dioxide or erbium laser is used, and the procedure takes up to 20 minutes. The main advantages of laser removal of moles include the following:

  • security;
  • no pain and discomfort;
  • reliability;
  • result guarantee;
  • fast skin recovery;
  • minimum of contraindications;
  • lack of scars and scars.

Compared to other methods, the use of a laser guarantees a cosmetic result and no risk of bleeding. In addition to moles, spider veins and nets on the body and face are removed with a laser.

Anesthesia is not required and the procedure is performed on an outpatient basis. Need a specialist consultation to exclude relative and absolute contraindications. During the rehabilitation period, medical recommendations should be followed in order to prevent the development of complications.

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