SHR Hair Removal
SHR's is a new and most advanced technology use light and electric pulses to heat the hair follicle and destroy its roots without damaging the surrounding tissue or skin. By targeting the follicle, laser hair removal treatments inhibit any future hair growth.
Q & A ?
What is SHR- Super Hair Removal ?
Super Hair Removal is a breakthrough technology used for permanent hair removal. When using SHR, we apply the "In-Motion" method, a gliding technique, that allows a more accurate treatment of the targeted zone. The precise positioning of the hand piece is not necessary, because the new glide technique represents indeed a safer and more effective option for permanent hair removal. The efficiency of the SHR technology relies at the most for 50 %, on the melanin contained in the hair (contrary to the IPL and laser devices that rely entirely on the melanin). SHR also directly affects the stem cells to eliminate the production of new hair.
How is SHR different from IPL?
SHR technology is newer and more effective than IPL hair removal. SHR causes minimal pain due to the cool touch laser hair removal methodology as compared to IPL. SHR can cover all parts of the body such as hair removal for face, arms, legs, underarms, etc. SHR causes less discomfort as compared to IPL hair removal. SHR is also suitable for all hair types and skin tones as compared to IPL, making it an effective means for permanent hair reduction.
It shouldn’t be painful?
When it comes to pain level, SHR hair removal falls somewhere between shaving (painless) and waxing (painful). It will usually use a cooling system to numb the area before and after the SHR treatment. It also gets progressively less painful as treatments continue and the hair becomes finer.
How frequently must a SHR be done?
For your initial course of SHR Hair Removal treatment, we recommend approximately 6-10 treatments. Treatments are spaced at three weeks in the beginning. As hairs become lesser and finer, treatments will be spaced between four and five weeks.
Please note that results differ between individuals, such as:
Individual hormones (or on medications)
Unlike darker hairs, red or blond hairs will need more sessions.