Laser hair removal for light and vellus hair is a combined non-invasive laser procedure that combines the application of a special preparation with a laser procedure.
Laser hair removal is ineffective for light and gray hair
Laser hair removal is an effective method for millions of people who have decided to get rid of unwanted facial and body hair. However, about 30% of salon visitors are rejected from the laser hair removal procedure, these are people with light brown, vellus, red, white, gray hair.
Blond hair does not contain enough melanin to be removed during laser hair removal. Today, there is no laser in the world that could remove blonde hair without Meladine.
Blond hair? This is not a problem!
Meladine is a topical preparation that contains melanin in the form of liposomes. After applying Meladine to the area of intended hair removal, melanin is captured by the cells of the hair follicles without accumulation in the surrounding tissues.
Liposomes are microscopic spheres that are small enough to effectively penetrate the hair follicle without entering the bloodstream. As a result, melanin saturates the hair follicles, which allows patients whose hair was not very sensitive to laser hair removal, to achieve good results.
It's just effective
Meladine does not belong to complex devices and novelties of the laser industry, Meladine is a safe, natural cosmetic product that increases the melanin content in hair follicles. And while there have been many attempts to improve the effectiveness of laser hair removal with special treatments and treatments, Meladine is the only FDA-approved cosmetic product in the world with proven efficacy and safety for laser hair removal on blonde, red and gray hair.
Melanin with liposomal delivery system improves laser hair removal results. During laser hair removal, the action of the laser beam is directed at the melanin contained in the hair follicles. Dark granules of melanin absorb the energy of the laser beam, heat the hair follicle and destroy it, after which hair growth stops. At the same time, the surrounding tissues are not damaged, as they are "transparent" for the laser beam.
In persons with fair hair, less melanin is produced and an insufficient amount of it makes the hair follicle as "transparent" to laser beams as the surrounding tissues. Therefore, laser hair removal and photoepilation of white, gray, red and gray hair is ineffective. Melanin, which is injected from the outside, compensates for the lack of its own melanin, making laser hair removal effective.
- vellus hair removal
- epilation of gray hair
- epilation for red hair
Preparing for the procedure
It is necessary to sign up for a consultation and purchase Meladine to prepare for laser hair removal of light and vellus hair. Our experienced specialists will diagnose the hair type and tell you in detail about the dosage regimen of Meladine, and during laser hair removal, they will correctly set the laser parameters to effectively remove light hair.
Recommendations after the procedure
After the procedure, it is necessary to follow the recommendations, as after usual laser hair removal: do not sunbathe for 1-3 months, apply SPF 30+.
Prices for hair removal in Kiev
|Upper lip||500 UAH||10 minutes|
|Chin||850 UAH||10 minutes|
|Cheeks||980 UAH||10 minutes|
|Whole face||1650 UAH||20 minutes|
|Ears||500 UAH||20 minutes|
|Armpits||850 UAH||15 minutes|
|Bikini Bottoms||1500 UAH||20 minutes|
|Full bikini area|
(pubis, labia, intergluteal fold)
|2200 UAH||30 minutes|
|Legs (full)||6600 UAH||120 minutes|
|Hips||3850 UAH||50 minutes|
|Shins||3750 UAH||40 minutes|
|Forearm||2250 UAH||30 minutes|
|Shoulders||2750 UAH||30 minutes|
|Full arms||4100 UAH||30 minutes|
|Hands (including fingers)||1500 UAH||15 minutes|
|Fingers of the hands||650 UAH||10 minutes|
|Single pulse||250 UAH|
|Pain relief||15%||40 minutes|
|Shaving the epilation area||15%|
ATTENTION! Shaving of large areas is not performed in the clinic, the patient needs to shave his hair before the visit
Frequently Asked Questions
How many procedures will you need?
Each case is different. Usually, 1 to 3 treatments are required. This is individual and depends on the depth and prevalence of the process.