It usually takes between 6 and 8 sessions of leg hair removal.
Each session is spaced about 8 to 12 weeks apart and lasts about 20 to 45 minutes depending on the size of the area to be treated and your hairiness.
Before a leg hair removal, a first consultation with the doctor is carried out and allows him/her to learn more about your history and your expectations regarding the procedure. He or she will also examine your skin and hair to determine the intensity of the laser but also to detect any contraindications that could prevent you from performing laser hair removal.
On the day of the leg hair removal, the practitioner takes the time to examine the skin and hair on your legs again. He or she will then check the shaving of the legs and, if necessary, may have to shave them himself or herself.
Once the checks are done, he gives you a pair of protective glasses that you must wear. Then, he delimits the treatment area with a white pencil to avoid areas where hair removal is not necessary. He will then proceed with the laser test on a small part of your skin and check the intensity of the laser.
Finally, he scans the area with a handpiece. The cryogenic system of the device avoids pain and redness thanks to the diffusion of a cold liquid during the operation.
At the end of your session, the doctor applies a moisturizing and soothing cream to your legs to soothe redness and pain.