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Candela Alexandrite

Candela Alexandrite

Are you fed up with continuously removing or waxing unwanted hair? Want a long-lasting answer to your hair removal issues? IPAL’s Alexandrite Candela Therapy is the only solution you need. This powerful laser technology targets the hair follicle and destroys it at the root, resulting in permanent hair reduction. Say goodbye to the inconvenience and discomfort of conventional hair removal treatments, and welcome to velvety smooth skin with IPAL’s Alexandrite Candela Treatment.

Candela Alexandrite is utilized for permanent hair removal and hair reduction by concentrating laser light energy on the skin and concentrating on pigment. It can also eliminate pigmented lesions, brown spots, and age spots. This laser is the most sensitive and aggressive available and the most effective on the market.

How Does it Work?

The alexandrite laser beam penetrates the hair shaft until it reaches the hair follicle at the root of the hair. After this, the laser causes damage to the hair follicle, which is the component of the scalp that is responsible for hair formation. At first, the hair will come back thinner due to the damage, but eventually, it will return to its normal thickness. On the other hand, after a sufficient number of treatments, the hair follicles will finally be damaged, resulting in no new hair growth.

This laser technology is completely risk-free for use on any skin type and can efficiently treat a wide variety of hair hues and textures. Our skilled medical professionals will collaborate with you to develop an individualized treatment plan, ensuring that you achieve the desired outcomes with minimal discomfort and recovery time.

Expectations and Results

Although the alexandrite laser is not the right choice for everyone, those using it can experience significant advantages. If you are a good candidate for alexandrite laser therapy, it may only require a few sessions to produce the desired results.

If your sessions for laser hair removal aren’t performed in immediate succession, you should expect to require a slightly greater number of treatments. The process can also be slowed down by hormonal disorders or hormonal medicine (such as the pill used to prevent pregnancy). Depending on the region being treated and the disease being treated, the treatment duration could range from a few minutes to an hour.