The Motus AX is the world’s first and only laser haire removal technology to deliver the gold-standard Aelandrite wavelength in a virtually painless mode.
How does laser hair removal work?
Light is emitted and absorbed by melanin within the hair, which is then converted to heat energy damaging the hair follicle.
What does the laser treatment feel like?
With standard laser hair removal treatments, you can feel what is described as the “hot flick” of an elastic band during treatment. However, with the brand new pain-free Motus MOVEO treatment, you will feel little to no sensation at all. The built-in chill tip allows even more comfort for clients, especially when treating an area with lots of dense and dark hair.
How many sessions will I need?
The number of sessions required varies from client to client and depends on many factors. However, as a guideline, it is always recommended to complete a course of at least 8-12 sessions per treatment area.
How long will it take for me to see the results?
Clinical studies show that clients have seen outstanding results, in as little as four sessions.
Who is suitable for treatments?
Most people are suitable for treatment. We recommend a consultation with us first to ascertain if the treatment will be successful for you. Grey/white hair has no melanin so is not recommended for treatment.
What is the difference between IPL and Laser?
Laser hair removal and intense pulse light or IPL has been the ‘go to’ method for long term hair removal for many years. With advanced technology, it is much easier to achieve long-lasting results with laser and IPL than any other treatment. Both laser and IPL use light to destroy the hair follicle and prevent further growth. However, the kind of light and the technology used to deliver the light is quite different. Laser light is monochromatic, non-divergent and targets very specific concerns. IPL produces a broadband spectrum of white light, producing a mixture of many different colours. These colours can be controlled using filters”.
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Understanding Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is selective photothermolysis (SPTL). The crucial element in laser hair removal is matching specific wavelengths of light and pulse duration to the hair target. The hair target is the melanin found in the hair follicle. Melanin is a naturally occurring pigment in our skin and hair is associated with determining colour. Importantly for safety and comfort, the laser energy is focused and absorbed only into the follicle, thus avoiding the surrounding skin tissue area.
The process works by destroying the hair root. This prevents blood flow to the follicle, disabling the hair growth long-term.
Understanding IPL hair removal
IPL, also known as intense pulsed light technology, compared to laser hair removal, uses a broad spectrum of light with multiple wavelengths. This means it has more unfocused energy around the hair and skin area. The light is like the flash from a camera which spreads over a large area against a focused beam of light from a laser.
The good news is we offer both IPL and Laser Hair Removal.