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Laser Hair Removal

Are you sick of shaving, waxing, or plucking? When you get rid of unwanted hair, do you get razor bumps or acne-like breakouts? If so, laser hair removal might be a good option.


We at surgiderma hospital  use lasers to safely and successfully remove unwanted hair from the face and body. With our most advanced quadruple wavelength laser machine , laser hair removal is safe for most people.


Six or more sessions may be needed to get rid of the extra hair. Laser hair removal is permanent on most parts of the body after it is done. Because of hormones, it doesn't stay on a woman's face forever.

Diode Laser for Hair Removal

When hair comes back, laser hair removal can be done again. Most parts of the body can be treated with hair-removal lasers. A lot of lasers can treat big areas well. Laser hair removal can be used to help with:


  • Armpits

  • Back

  • Bikini area

  • Chest

  • Face, especially the upper lip and the chin

  • Legs

  • Neck

  • Shoulders

Lasers are a big part of fixing many problems with the skin, hair, and nails. Laser treatment has come a long way in the last few years. Dermatologists have been at the forefront of these changes.


One example is that laser hair removal is now safe for more people. In the past, laser hair removal was safe only for people with dark hair and light skin. Today, laser hair removal is a choice for people with light hair and light skin as well as people with dark skin. In these people, laser hair removal must be done very carefully. Dermatologists know what steps to take to make sure that laser hair removal is safe and works well.

Things to think about before getting laser hair removal

Ask the following questions before laser hair removal to make sure your treatment lives up to your hopes:


  • Will a dermatologist who is qualified by a board do the Laser hair removal?

  • How many times has the doctor done these laser treatments on people with my skin color?

  • How many times will I need laser treatments?

  • What can I expect to happen?

  • What do I need to do before getting laser hair removal?

  • What are the possible downsides?

  • Am I more likely to get any side effects?

  • Can you show me before-and-after pictures or let me talk to some of the people you've helped with laser hair removal?

  • What will the cost of the treatment be?

During the appointment, your dermatologist can also tell you if there's a better treatment for you.

Information to give your doctor before laser hair removal

Before you get laser hair removal, be sure to tell your doctor if you have:


  • Scars tend to form.

  • A fresh tan.

  • Have you ever had a keloid, a kind of raised scar?

  • A tendency to get cold sores or herpes in the groin area.

  • Taken isotretinoin, which is a medicine used to treat serious acne, or any other medicine, including over-the-counter medicines like aspirin.

The dermatologist will also look at your skin, since the success of this procedure relies on a number of things. These factors include where on the body the unwanted hair is, what color and texture the hair is, and where it is in its growth cycle.

Care needs to be taken

If you have laser hair removal, you should start doing what your doctor tells you right away. This helps lessen the chance of possible side effects. Your dermatologist will give you directions like:


Do not tan (outdoors and indoors).


Do not use sunless tanners.


Use sunscreen to keep your face safe. Every day before going outside, you should put on the sunscreen. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more and a water-resistant formula.

Process for Laser Hair Removal

The place that will be treated will be cleaned before the treatment begins.

The area is evaluated by Dr Sujaya S N or other dermatologist. A numbing gel is given to some people. A numbing cream takes about 30 to 60 minutes to work.


The laser treatment will take place in a room that is set up especially for laser treatments. During the process, everyone in the room must wear eye protection. During the process, the laser is used on the skin while it is held tight. Many patients say that the laser waves feel like rubber bands snapping against the skin or warm pinpricks.


A laser gets rid of hair by turning it into smoke. This makes little puffs of smoke that smell like sulfur.


The length of your treatment depends on how big the place being treated is. It takes minutes to treat the upper lip. If you are having a big area like the back or legs treated, your treatment may take longer than an hour.


Post procedure you should protect your skin from the sun to avoid possible side effects. After removing hair with a laser, you should:


Keep your treated skin out of direct sunlight.


Don't use a sun lamp, tanning bed, or any other indoor tanning tools.


Just do what your doctor tells you to do.


After treatment, there will be some heat and swelling. Often, this looks like a light sunburn. Putting on a cool compress can help take away some of your pain.

  • Is there a Down time?
    No, laser hair removal doesn't usually take any real time off. After laser hair removal, your skin will be red and swollen right away. Even so, most people go back to their normal lives.
  • When will I be able to tell if the laser hair removal worked?
    Most likely, you'll see the effects right away after treatment. The results are different for each subject. The effects depend on the color and thickness of your hair, the area that is treated, the type of laser that is used, and the color of your skin. After the first treatment, you can expect 10–25% less hair. Most people need anywhere from 2 to 6 laser treatments to get rid of the hair. Most people don't see any hair on the treated skin for months or even years after the treatments are done. When hair comes back, there is usually less of it. Most of the hairs are also smaller and lighter in color.
  • How long will laser hair removal's effects last?
    Most people stay hairless for months or even years. When some hair comes back, it will probably be less obvious. A patient may need upkeep laser treatments to keep the area free of hair.
  • What are some possible side effects?
    Most of the time, the side effects are mild and only last for 1 to 3 days. Among these side affects are: Discomfort Swelling Redness
  • When laser hair removal is done by a dermatologist or under the direct guidance of a dermatologist, other side effects are rare. Some other things that could go wrong are:
    Blistering Herpes simplex outbreaks (cold sores) Infections Scarring Skin whitening or darkening Over time, skin color usually goes back to normal. But some changes to skin color last forever. This is why it's important to see a doctor who is good at laser treatments and knows a lot about the face. Also, it's important to do what your doctor tells you. If you follow the advice before and after treatment, you will be much less likely to have side effects.
  • When is it safe to get another laser hair removal treatment?
    This is different for each case. A number of laser treatments are often needed to get rid of hair. Most people can have laser hair removal done every 4 to 6 weeks. Your doctor will tell you when it's safe to have another treatment. Most people see at least some hair growth. Your doctor will be able to tell you when it is safe to get laser treatments to keep the results.
  • How safe is it to use a laser to get rid of hair?
    Laser hair removal is very safe with no down time and minimal side effects
  • What are indication in males for LHR?
    Laser hair removal can also be used for beard reshapeing and in rare disease such as pilonidal sinus Males are also excellent candidates but require more seesions to see the best results.
Process for Laser Hair Removal
Cost of Laser hair removal

We at Surgiderma have attractive packages

Our price starts from 999 per session and cost vary depending on skin type and density


Full body packages start from Rs. 45999 

Call on 8050620427 or 9535377896 for more information and an appointment.

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