- Safe and effective Syneron laser1*
- Can be done on all skin types1*
- One of the fastest devices available!1*
Laser Hair Removal AreasWhat areas can be treated with Syneron? An advantage of the Syneron hair reduction system is the ability of the handpiece to treat both large and small areas. Therefore, Syneron can remove hair from all parts of the body including the face, legs, arms, underarms and back.* Even sensitive body parts such as the nipples and bikini area can achieve hair reduction with this system.*
Laser Hair Removal Treatments
What do Syneron treatments feel like?
Patients describe the sensation as a “snap” or “hot flash” against their skin. The Syneron handpiece has a cooled section on it which immediately passes over the treated area, increasing patient comfort and minimizing any adverse reactions. Pain medication or topical anesthesia is usually not needed. However, both are available when laser hair removal treatments are performed on more sensitive body areas.
How many Syneron treatments will I need?
Six treatments are recommended for full results.* However, the number of treatments needed for optimal long-term benefits depends on many factors such as hair thickness, your hair’s growth cycle and the body area being treated. No laser hair removal system available is able to get rid of 100% of a person’s hair follicles. Syneron promotes at least 80% reduction in hair growth and thickness.1*
What happens after each treatment?
Immediately following each laser hair removal session, the area may appear slightly red and/or swollen. You can return to your normal activities right away, although you may not wax or pluck your hair in between treatments. It is permissible to shave. The use of sunscreen is highly recommended on any area receiving laser hair removal treatments.
What are the possible side effects?
Syneron is known both for its efficacy and for its safety.1* Most patients experience no side effects, other than perhaps some slight redness for an hour or so after their laser hair removal treatment.* In rare instances, blistering may occur, which could lead to scarring.