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Hello Laser,

Goodbye Razor! 

Remove unwanted hair growth from both Men and Women on the Face and Body using the Candela GentleMax Pro.


Fast, Safe and Effective results with no downtime!


With little discomfort thanks to the dynamic cooling device that will cool and protect the skin. 


Laser Hair removal works best on pale skin and dark hair. 

















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No more irritated skin with razor rashes or ingrown hairs!

Laser hair removal not only gives you permanent hair reduction but it also can treat ingrown hairs and leave your skin feeling silky smooth. 


No need to worry about about growing your hairs between appointments like waxing. You shave before your treatment as all we need is the root to treat the area!


How does the Laser Work?
Hair and skin both contain Melanin (pigment). The laser does not see the difference so this is why it is extremely important not to have any tan on the area being treated. 
The laser is attracted to the melanin in the hair which will cauterize it's blood supply  effectively destroying  the hair without causing any other damage to surrounding skin or tissue. 
Hair will then shed, for the face this could take a few days or for the body it could take up to two weeks for the hair to fall out.
Candela GentleMax Pro 
GentleMax pro is a dual wavelength laser that combines the fastest and most powerful 755 nm Alexandrite laser with the 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser for high performance treatment for speed, efficacy, outstanding performance, safety and patient satisfaction. 
The Nd Yag laser is used for Darker skin as the laser penetrates deeper into the skin. 
Who is Suitable?
Best candidate is pale skin, dark coarse hair. 
Grey, White, Auburn or blonde hair cannot be treated as there is little, to no pigment in the hair. 
Up to skin type 4+ can be treated. For darker skin types more treatment may be needed as lower energies have to be used. 

   Side of Face area treated

using Candela Alexandrite 755nm Laser




Before Treatment 

After six Treatments

  Man's beard treated by Gentlelase Alexandrite laser for 

Pseudofolliculitis barbae (Razer Bumps) 

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