Diolaze is a hair removal solution offering high peak power, fast treatment speeds and permanent results. Designed with state-of-the-art diode lasers, DiolazeXL offers patients an effective hair removal solution. DiolazeXL has built-in safeguards to ensure that all sessions are comfortable and relatively pain-free. DiolazeXL targets coarse and stubborn hair, up to skin type VI.
Common areas on which laser hair removal is performed are the chin, upper lip, chest, underarms, back, bikini line and legs.
Although there are many temporary treatments, including tweezing, shaving, using depilatory creams and waxing, to remove unwanted hair, patients seeking more permanent and less irritating/painful methods are frequently good candidates for laser hair removal. Through what is a safe and usually painless procedure, hair can be removed from nearly any area of the body (the eye area is an exception because of the possibility of serious eye damage).
What Can I Expect During A Diolaze Laser Hair Removal Treatment?
The Diolaze machine is placed on the settings that best suit the patient's skin and hair type among the factors considered are the areas being treated. A handheld device that emits intense laser pulses is moved across the area, focusing on individual hair follicles.
Hair growth takes place cyclically, in three stages. The most effective laser hair removal takes place during the andogen (full-growth) stage, because the hair follicles in this stage are susceptible to laser energy. But, because all hair is not in the same stage of growth at any given time, several laser treatments, usually between three and five, spaced 4 to 8 weeks apart, are necessary. To some extent, the length of treatment depends on the texture of the patient's hair, and the location from which it is being removed.
What Can I Expect After Laser Hair Removal with Diolaze?
The process begins to work immediately. You should be able see some reduction in hair after two to three weeks of your first session. Multiple sessions will be required to achieve your optimal outcome. Typically 4-6 sessions are needed with maintenance 6 months to 12 months later. Hair growth can sometime be affected by changes in hormones which can also affect your results. You laser specialist will discuss this with you during the consultation.
The most common complication of laser hair removal is the regrowth of the unwanted hair. Frequently, however, the hair that regrows is finer and lighter than the hair that was removed. Usually, regrowth can be addressed with a few additional treatment sessions. Other complications that may arise after laser hair treatment include skin irritation such as blistering and crusting; changes in pigmentation or texture of the skin; and scarring at the removal site.
Some redness, soreness or swelling may occur immediately after laser hair removal, but they almost always disappear within a few days. Cold compresses or ice packs, moisturizers, and anti-inflammatory creams may minimize discomfort. Sun exposure should be avoided as much as possible for some period of time.