The laser beam affects the hair follicles in the anagen (active) stage. All roots are not active simultaneously. Therefore, when the telogen (passive) roots become active, they will also need to be applied. A permanent solution is achieved only after several laser hair removal sessions.

Since the thickness and density of the hairs are different in each body, it is not possible to give an exact number of sessions, it varies from person to person and from region to region. On average, 4-6 laser epilation sessions are usually sufficient. In laser epilation application, dose selection is made according to skin type. In this way, it is aimed to finish the treatment as soon as possible by working with a power that will affect the hair root but not damage the skin. Since everyone’s body structure, hormonal levels and skin type are different, the time required to achieve results in laser epilation varies from person to person. The sessions are repeated at suitable times for catching during the growth phase of the hairs.