Hair removal is an annoying process for many people, especially when dealing with sensitive areas of the body. However, there are more and more ways to remove hair with less pain, safely, effectively, and with results from the first session! This is photoepilation, a technique that progressively eliminates hair removal from your life.

What is photoepilation?

Photodepilation with pulsed light, also called IPL is the most effective option that currently exists to eliminate hair, since it is not only versatile, but it has good results in all skin types.
It works very simply, since it consists of several shots of light through a device from a distance of between 1 and 5 mm. In this way, melanin is absorbed from the skin and hair. The hair root is simply heated to about 70 ° and the hair root is destroyed. When this happens, the hair is less likely to grow back.
In what parts of the body can you get photoepilation?
Photoepilation can be done in:
• Ears
• Moustache
• Pin
• Armpit
• Bikini
• Hands
• Feet
• Nape
• Abdomen Line
• Face
• Brazilian
• Abdomen
• Buttocks
• Half Arm
• Shoulders
• Chest
• High Back
• Lower back
• Full Arms
• Half leg
• Full Legs

How many sessions are required?

The number of sessions needed for photoepilation varies, but in general four to seven sessions of between 15 minutes and one hour are required. It is important that the treatment is done with one month between each session, since this way you can achieve the best 90% hair removal.

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San José del Cabo
+52 (624) 105 2900
Koral Center
Transpeninsular Hwy Km 24.5,
Cerro Colorado, San Jose del Cabo,
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.

Cabo San Lucas
+52 (624) 104 3600
Plaza del Rey
Transpeninsular Hwy Km 6.3,
Cabo Bello, Cabo San Lucas,
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.

Opening Soon in Palmilla
+52 (624) 104 3600
Palmilla Dunes Local 5, Transpeninsular Hwy Km 27.5,
Palmilla, San Jose del Cabo,
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.


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Sunday: Closed




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Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm                          Sunday: Closed


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