Safe and effective and gentle for all skin types and most hair colours.
Say goodbye to unwanted hair growth on all body areas including: upper lip, cheeks, chin, neck, breasts, stomach, arms, shoulders, bikini area, legs and back.
We’re proud to offer elos, the first and only technology that uses combined energies to effectively and gently remove hair of many colours including grey and types from all skin tones.
How does elos technology get rid of hair?
Gentle light and electric energys combine to damage the hair folical. This disables the folical from growing hair, which means that gradually over several treatments, there is long term reduction in the amount of hair in that area.
What kind of results can be expected from Elos hair removal treatments?
Each treatment will result in less hair coming back, as well as hair growing progressively lighter in colour, becoming finer and also slowing regrowth. It takes more than one treatment to affect all the follicles growing in an area. Most people achieve satisfactory clearance after 4-8 treatments, however individual results vary depending on medical and genetic factors. Lighter coloured hair may require more treatments than darker coloured hair.
How frequent do hair removal treatments with Elos technology need to be performed?
Most people achieve satisfactory clearance after 4-6 treatments, which are usually performed every 4-6 weeks. This depends on individual factors that the practitioner will discuss during consultation.
How does the Elos Fotofacial treatment feel?
The sensation is often described as a ‘hot pinch’ or ‘snapping’ feeling. The sensation only lasts for a fraction of a second and warmth or tingling sensation is experience for a short time afterward. Most people tolerate treatment without any topical anaesthetic, but individuals who are more sensitive may prefer to have skin numbed before treatment.
Who is suitable for Elos hair removal treatment?
Anyone seeking a long- term solution to shaving, waxing, plucking or electrolysis. There are a few medical conditions that contraindicate people from treatment that the practitioner will discuss during consultation.