After starting treatment, it is important to pay attention to the hair growth cycle. Why this has to be considered, you will find here.

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Treatment rhythm for permanent* hair removal

If you cannot avoid taking a longer break from treatment, e. g. during a holiday, you should consider this in advance.

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Below we explain the reasons for this.

4 weeks: bikini zone, armpits, armpits, intimate area

6 weeks: foot, thigh, lower leg, abdomen, chest, tits, buttocks, back, neck, shoulder, forearm, upper arm, hands

8 weeks: neck, head, face, upper lip, chin

But why is it so important to follow the hair growth cycle?

the cycle

The different growth phases of a hair

Each hair goes through several cycles in the course of growth. The telogen phase (resting phase) and the anagen phase (growth phase) play a role for us. During the telogen phase (resting phase), the hair is not fed because there is no connection between the hair and the hair root. As a result, the hair can not grow and rest instead. While the hair is in the anagen phase (growth phase), there is a connection and it can grow.

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The rest and growth phase

Only in the active phase (anagen phase) of the hair can a treatment be performed reliably. The connection between the hair root and the hair ensures that the light of XENOgel® Technology reaches the hair root. There, the hair root is denatured by the heat of light and the nutrient supply is interrupted. As a result of the lack of nutrient supply, this hair then falls out.

About 10% of the hair is in the active phase at the same time. The remaining 90% are therefore at rest. A hair enters the active growth phase every 4 to 8 weeks and can therefore be treated. After completion of the active phase, this hair rests then for 9×4 to 9×8 weeks. It is also important to note that each hair cycle is individual.

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