NO MORE SHAVING! NO MORE WAXING!
We use the latest SHR technology for painless and more gentle permanent hair reduction!
What is SHR?
SHR stands for Super Hair Removal, a technology of permanent hair removal which is having a sweeping success. The system combines laser technology and the benefits of the pulsating light method achieving practically painless results. “In Motion” represents a breakthrough in permanent hair removal with light technology. The treatment is more pleasant than with the conventional systems and your skin is better protected.
Which advantages does this have for you?
An optimal intensity can be achieved given that the same area is treated multiple times with low energy impulses. The treatment is more comfortable and the skin is better protected than with conventional methods.
How are different hair and skin colours affected?
Light skin with dark hair responds most favourably to the treatments. In addition to targeting the melanin, SHR-technology affects the chromphore, a protein located in the follicle, enabling the successful treatment of fine hairs.
What does the client feel during treatment?
Treatment with SHR is practically painless as opposed to treatment with the conventional IPL devices. On areas with dense hair growth, warmth from the light impulses is evoked and the light impulses may be felt to a much lesser extent than with laser or IPL.
Which areas can be treated?
Body hair can be removed on any part of the body. A test must be performed on a small patch before the first treatment.
How many treatments are necessary?
Until now hair had to be treated during the growing phase (20%-30%). In the telogen phase stem cells are in a resting phase but can still successfully be treated with the SHR system. Since growth cycles vary, approx. 8 treatments are usually necessary.
How long should the intervals between treatments be?
The hair growth cycle and the interval between treatments should correspond requiring around 6-8 weeks See More
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