Laser Hair Removal Treatment Areas
Diolaze™ Laser System by InMode
Diolaze™ is FDA cleared, safe, and effective with removing unwanted hair and allowing you to achieve smooth, silky skin. This laser removes more hair in less time than other lasers, it treats most skin types and colors, including darker skin tones, and it is an almost painless procedure because of the built-in cooling technology.
What Areas Does Laser Hair Removal Treat?
Laser hair removal can be treated in many different areas. Whether the hair is bothering you and making you self-conscious or you just want to remove it because you prefer to have silky smooth skin, this treatment can do it all! The most common areas that laser hair removal treats are:
- Upper lip
- Bikini line
How Is It Performed?
For your laser hair removal treatment, a topical anesthetic is used to numb the area; with this, you may only feel a rubber-band-snapping sensation, or you may feel nothing at all. The Diolaze™ device is then waved over your skin in the target areas, and the laser emits intense pulses of energy to disable the hair follicles. This treatment is minimally invasive and does not harm your skin tissue. Because hair grows in stages, it is recommended that this treatment be repeated several times for optimal results.
Say goodbye to the hot wax and the pesky razors and experience laser hair removal to achieve the soft and sleek skin you’ve been missing out on.
Dr. Tchelebi-Moscatello is a board-certified radiation oncologist and medical aesthetics specialist with a focus on cosmetic services. She studied medical aesthetics in Paris, France, and continues to stay updated with the latest aesthetic techniques under leaders in the field to provide patients with beautiful, natural-looking results. Along with being a member of the Academy of Cosmetic Physicians, the American Academy of Medical Aesthetics, The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, and the American Academy of Mesotherapy, Dr. Tchelebi-Moscatello is also a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.