Traditional hair removal techniques, such as shaving, lotions, and waxing, all take time and effort, but laser hair removal can remove unwanted hair in a fraction of the time and with far less effort required. If you are weary of dealing with unwanted hair growth in inappropriate spots, laser hair removal is a great alternative that you may want to consider. People who wish to remove unwanted hair permanently may find that laser hair removal is the best method. However, this treatment may not be the ideal choice for everyone.

Laser hair removal is indeed a safe and effective treatment; nevertheless, there are still some drawbacks to consider, including the fact that it can be uncomfortable and only treat a certain number of problem areas. Removing unwanted hair with a laser can be unpleasant sometimes, but there are ways to lessen the affliction and make the approach more bearable.


Laser hair removal is one of the most popular cosmetic laser procedures in the U.S. Professional laser hair removal machines beam highly-concentrated rays of light into hair follicles. Pigment in the follicles absorb the light, which then destroys the hair cells.

Pre Treatment

Pre Treatment Instructions (for all Moveo Treatments) Avoiding exposure to the sun for at 4 weeks before treatment (may help prevent post-treatment complications) Suspend the administration of Accutane at least 2 months before the treatment Do not take Aspirin for several days before treatment in order to avoid purpura Illustrate the active principle of the laser system Do not remove the hair from the follicle prior to treatments (i.e. no waxing, tweezers, electric epilators) or bleaching hair for at least 2 weeks (better if 1 month) before the first treatment


Post-Treatment Procedure Expected Reactions: may see perifollicular edema, slight erythema with a mild sensation of heat After the Treatment

Post-Treatment Procedure Expected Reactions: may see perifollicular edema, and slight erythema with a mild sensation of heat After the Treatment: Scheduling: Repeat the treatments based on the growth cycle of the area being treated