Fine Hair Removal

Fine Hair Bleaching

Taking care of skin after fine hair removal. This hair bleaching technique involves fine hair found on the face and body. After a session, the hair will turn into a very light blonde yellow, and start to fall out 10-15 days after the day of the session. Thick hair has the possibility of not falling out, however thin hair will almost always fall out. It is important to not wash the treated area for 3 hours after the treatment as the pores would still be open. You should also avoid contact with heat such as with Moroccan baths, and avoid exfoliating the skin for 3-4 days after the treatment. Do not perform strong skin treatments or laser treatments, and they should be delayed for a week or two if you have any of them scheduled soon. Maintain consistent use of prescribed creams by your doctor. Before treatment, you must avoid any laser treatments and should not remove hair from the intended treatment area.


Fine Hair Removal

Hair removal with laser is generally more effective than bleaching with laser, however, it has an unwanted side effect which is the increase in hair growth and thickness, as such we resort to bleaching the hair with laser, and after the first session, the hair will turn light blonde or white and will start to fall out. Therefore, when we perform the session we do not “shave” the hair as regular laser sessions do, because the bleaching works on the hair itself. An important thing to note is that eyebrow hair is generally thick, and turns blonde after a session without falling out, however in some cases, an excess of sessions may cause fallout of eyebrow hair.

Instructions Before Treatment

  • It is necessary to inform your doctor of any skin or chronic conditions you may have, especially if you have one of the listed: skin diseases, peeling, using roaccutane, botox, filler, laser, or any skin sensitivities.

Instructions During Treatment

  • You should not wear contact lenses during laser treatment.

Instructions After Treatment

  • Do not use makeup for a time period of at least 12-24 hours.
  • Avoid sources of heat like saunas, Moroccan baths, etc., as well as try to avoid direct sunlight for a period of at least 12-24 hours.
  • You can use ice packs if needed.
  • Wait at least 24 hours before using treatments for acne, scrubs, fruit-acid creams, or scented lotions.