Sick of spending money on temporary methods like shaving, waxing, and plucking only to have your hair grow back within a few days? Renew offers a long-lasting solution to unwanted hair problems once and for all with advanced laser hair removal treatment. Using the latest, most advanced Astanza MeDioStar laser technology, Renew delivers smooth, hair-free skin in as little as six treatments!
How It Works
The anagen phase, also known as the active growth stage, is the only stage that laser hair removal is effective in. The anagen phase is when the root of the hair is still attached to the papilla, which is necessary for the laser to target. The catagen phase, also known as the transition phase, is when the hair follicle detaches from the papilla, cutting off the nutrient blood supply. The telogen phase, also referred to as the resting phase, is when an old hair sheds and new hair begins to grow. Therefore, restarting the hair growth cycle. Since each hair grows at a different rate, it’s impossible to target every hair during the anagen phase. That’s why multiple treatments are needed for optimal results. Renew recommends each patient receives a minimum of 6 to 12 treatments for long-lasting results. Our Astanza MeDioStar laser performs the fastest, safest, and most effective results for all skin types and hair colors, even newly tanned skin! Call us today to book a free consultation.
Different Hair Cycles
During treatment, our Astanza MeDioStar laser emits a pulse of light energy that travels through the skin and targets the melanin in the hair follicle. The laser heats up the follicle and destroys the papilla or hair root, successfully cutting off the hair’s nourishment and growth source. Once the damage has been administered, the follicle cannot produce hair. For long-lasting hair results, multiple treatments are needed. It’s important to note that laser hair removal is only effective during a specific growth stage, the anagen phase. Hair grows in a cycle of three stages: the anagen phase, the catagen phase, and the telogen phase.