More than 50 percent of people would like to permanently remove hair from some area of their body.
How does laser hair removal work?
Each hair follicle has a growth cycle, and the Lutronic Clarity II targets the follicles during their active growth period with concentrated beams of light. The pigment of the hair in the follicles absorbs the energy and becomes damaged and thus unable to grow hair.
Over the next few days after the treatment, the remaining portion of the hair shaft below the skin is pushed out, which leaves the follicle inactive and empty. In order to ensure every hair follicle is treated during their growth phase, several cycles are needed over a period of time In one area. Over a series of treatments, the follicles are destroyed or disabled, and the skin is left smooth, soft and hairless.
Laser hair removal with the Lutronic Clarity II can take anywhere from a few minutes to an hour, depending on the size of the treatment area. Both legs can usually be treated in about 20 minutes, and the same amount of time is generally required for an average-sized back.