Q&A

How many sessions do I need, and how often do I have to laser?

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You will need an average of 6-12 sessions initially and then you will be placed onto a maintenance regime. You will have to visit The LaserLab every 6 weeks in the beginning of your course.

Is it really virtually pain free?

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Yes, the technology is pain free on the entire body besides the face, shin, and lips/bum of the bikini area (Hollywood extended treatment), however with that said, most clients still find this new technology a lot more comfortable than the older laser machines.

No uncomfortable ice packs and cold blowing air systems are used to cool the skin. The in-motion technology has a built-in chill tip that keeps the skin cool.

The feelings experienced by our current clients is the following; ticklish, warmth, massage, rubbing, prickle.

Is it safe?

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Yes, the eLase technology offers Cooling of the skin surface as well as constant measurement of the skin’s resistance ensures safety and comfort during treatment.

How long does a treatment take?

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Your treatment can take anything from 5 min to 2 hours depending of the amount of body parts you would like treated.

What is the difference between 810nm Diode laser vs IPL Laser Hair Removal?

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When you book treatment to have unwanted hair removed, you expect to achieve amazing results and suffer as few side effects as possible. Understanding the technology used for hair removal can be difficult and often misleading, making it hard to know if you’re getting the best value for your money. The most important thing to understand before you book laser hair removal is the difference between IPL laser and diode laser technology.
The Diode Laser Difference

IPL laser (intense pulsed light) is often referred to as laser hair removal but in fact, it is not. A true laser, such as the diode variety, travels along a single, focused wavelength and is able to penetrate the skin deeply to destroy the root of each hair. IPL machines use strong broad spectrum light that does destroy hair roots, however since there are many wavelengths, penetration is not as deep, resulting in uneven results. Also, IPL heats surrounding skin which can lead to greater tissue irritation.

Another major difference between diode laser and LPL laser for hair removal is that laser therapy works on all hair and skin colours while LPL is best-suited to light skin and darker hair. Since LPL lightens the pigment in hair, it can render itself useless over time. Clinical research has proven that diode laser hair removal is more effective and lasts longer than its LPL systems.


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072 493 5701 | thelaserlab1@gmail.com | 26 Piet Retief Street, Stellenbosch | Monday to Friday - 8am to 8pm | Saturday - 8am to 1pm