Experience 90% Hair Reduction
The GentleMax Pro® combines two fast and powerful lasers: the Alexandrite for light skin tones and the nd-YAG for darker skin tones. The lasers work by destroying hair follicles, brown spots and blood vessels through a series of treatments without harming the surrounding skin. This laser also uses a Dynamic Cooling Device™ (DCD™), where cryogen is sprayed onto the skin a fraction of a second before each laser pulse, which provides increased comfort during treatment.
The most powerful laser on the market!
Gentle Max Pro
How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?
3 stages of hair removal!
Anagen: The growth stage, when a strand of hair is at its strongest.
Catagen: The transitional stage, when that strand begins to come loose from the follicle.
Telogen: The shedding stage, when the strand falls out and is replaced by a new hair.
Gentle Hair Removal is a laser treatment targeting the hair follicle at the root and combines the power you need with speed and comfort you can trust, regardless of your skin type! Gentle Hair Removal is easy on your skin, delivering results with less discomfort.
Why Is This Device Better than others?
The machine reads all skin types,
regardless of the color!
No sticky Gel! the Gentle series uses bursts of liquid cryogen to keep things comfortable!
Better Speed and Performance, with a larger hand piece we're able to treat a bigger area in a shorter time! With a shorter pulse cycle we can also work quicker, getting you back to your day!
Results and Cost
Patience Please, results are not immediate! Your hair follicles are always in 1 of 3 stages, so multiple treatments (5-7) are required for optimal results!
Cost varies depending on the size of area and ranges between $99-$300 - treatment (we recommend 5)
A complimentary consultation is a great place to get an exact price! You can always BOOK ONLINE.
Frequently asked questions
What can I expect during treatment?
After the skin is cleansed and eye protection is applied, a small hand-piece will be used to deliver each laser light pulse. A light spray of coolant onto the skin will be felt just before each laser pulse. A treatment can take a few minutes to an hour depending on the treatment area and condition being treated.
Does it hurt?
Some patients may feel slight discomfort with each laser pulse, sometimes described like a snapping of a rubber band on the skin. This discomfort resolves quickly and is minimized by the patented Dynamic Cooling Device™ (DCD™). For some patients a topical anesthetic may be used prior to treatment.
What can I expect after treatent?
Immediately after treatment, there will be redness and swelling and the area will feel sunburned. A cool compress or aloe vera gel may be applied for comfort following your treatment. Any redness or swelling should resolve within a few hours, but sometimes can last for two to three days.
How many treatments will I need?
The number of sessions depends on the treatment you require and condition of your skin. For laser hair removal, reduction of hair can be seen after one treatment but because hair grows in cycles, not all hair is affected in one treatment. Everyone usually requires at least 3-8 treatments, about 6-8 weeks apart. Other skin conditions may require 1-3 treatments.
How do I prepare for a treatment?
Avoid the sun 4-6 weeks before and after treatment. Patients who are actively tan or sunburned will need to re-schedule their treatment session. Additionally you cannot be treated if you have a spray or artificial tan. Hair removal patients should avoid plucking, electrolysis or waxing for six weeks prior to treatment. If you have a history of herpes simplex virus (cold sores), prophylactic antiviral therapy may be prescribed. Skin should be clean-shaven and thoroughly cleansed, removing any makeup, creams, oils, topical anesthetics or self-tanning products before laser treatment.
Are there side affects?
There is temporary redness and swelling that occurs immediately after treatment. Other potential side effects include hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation, blistering and purpura (a laser bruise) in the treated area.
What precautions should I take after treatment?
Sun exposure after treatment can increase risk of hyperpigmentation, so we recommend sun avoidance and use of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB sunscreen SPF 30 or higher. In the first few days after treatment, don’t scrub or rinse the treated areas with abrasive skin cleansers. Written post treatment guidelines will be provided after your treatment.