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The GenteLase laser emits a beam which will be absorbed by the hair’s melanin and hemoglobin present in the blood capillaries nourish the hair’s bulb.
This penetrating light is then transformed into heat damaging the hair’s ecosystem of the hair, in particular:
The bulb, which is the place where the hair is generated and nourished by a complex microvascular network.
The bulge, (located at the level of the erectil muscle of the hair) generating site of the germinative cells responsible for the growth of the hair. All the types of hairs can be treated, but the hair must always be darker than the skin color.
The hair growth cycle is divided in three phases :
Anagene: phase of growth, the hair is gorged with melanin and is connected to the bulb.
Catagene: phase where the bulb is destroyed, then the cell multiplication and the production of melanin are stopped. Telogene: phase of fall (then birth of a new hair).
3 to 4 weeks on the face, pubic area and underarms
3 to 6 months on the legs and arms
According to the localization on the body, the number of hair in anagene phase and their thickness, it is obvious that a long-term result will be more effective in areas with strong hair density during the anagene phase.
Every part of the body can be treated, however the most common sites are; underarms, bikini, integral and brazilian bikini, arms, legs, shoulders, neck, upper lip, chin, eyebrows and face.
The number of sessions depends on the color and the thickness of the hair, the patient phototype (color of the hair, skin, eyes, etc) and the hair cycle.