About the Service


Diode hair removal

Laser hair removal is the most common procedure for getting rid of unwanted hair on

different parts of the body and face.

The best result of diode hair removal is obtained by the Israeli device InMode Diolaze XL.

This a hybrid laser device that affects only melanin.

It does not damage tissue skin, burns and injuries are excluded.

The device has the ability to adjust light and frequency thanks to storage. Individual approach to each client.

Diolase is 100% safe for tanned skin. In addition, it can be used on skin, prone to rashes and easily irritated.

• 3D contact cooling ensures comfort and safety of the procedure.

• The device is intended for all skin types.

• A special gel is used in the epilation area, which facilitates the movement of the head apparatus.

• An individual regimen is selected depending on the quality of the skin and hair.

Advantages of diode hair removal DIOLAZE XL

• Minimal pain during procedures․

• Fast and efficient process․

• 3D freezing before, during and after pulse․


• Phlebeurysm

• Herpes or fungal diseases in the area to be removed

• Diabetes

• Colds and infectious diseases

• Pregnancy and lactation

Preparation before the procedure includes several important steps:

1. Avoid tanning: Please avoid sunburn and tanning during

several weeks before the procedure. Sunburn can increase the risk of burns and complicate

effectiveness of the procedure.

2. Shaving the treatment area: You need to shave the area you plan to

epilate. This is done so that the hair is not too long and did not create additional obstacles for the laser


3. Avoid using creams and lotions: avoid on the day of the procedure. Using creams, lotions or deodorants on the area affected you plan to process.

4.After the procedure, the depilated area cannot be washed for 24 hours.

Following these recommendations will help you be as effective and safe as possible carry out epilation.

However, before starting the procedures, it is imperative consult a professional when performing the procedure.