What is the term “epilation”? This is an artificial hair removal (from the French epiler – “remove hair”) by destroying hair bulbs in one way or another. The hair contains a pigment, which is called melanin. This pigment can absorb light waves of a certain length (700-800 nm). Under the influence of the laser beam melanin heats up and destroys the hair follicle. Why do I need several laser hair removal sessions? Because, the laser recognizes only the hair in the active stage, and they are usually on the body about 50%. To remove the “sleeping” follicles, several procedures are required at a certain interval (depending on the rate of hair growth). The number of sessions depends on the type and capacity of the equipment. This should be discussed separately.