Laser hair removal has become one of the most common cosmetic laser procedures. However, many lasers are not able to treat darker skin types due to their intense pigment. These limitations, until now, caused those with darker skin types to settle for less desirable treatments such as waxing.
Laser Hair Removal With the Motus AY Laser
Not all hair removal treatments are created equal, and not all offer minimal discomfort. In fact, many of them are quite painful. Waxing, plucking, and even shaving can cause pain and irritation.
The Motus is the first, high-speed Alexandrite laser, making it possible for even the darkest skin types to benefit from laser hair removal.
What Is The Motus?
The Motus is able to deliver “virtually” pain-free laser hair removal because of its “Moveo” technology. An Italian word, meaning, in motion, it can deliver fast, more efficient energy. This efficient delivery of energy destroys the hair follicle with minimal discomfort.
Is The Motus Right For Me?
The Motus technology is safe and effective for all skin types. The Motus is also effective on various hair textures, ranging from fine, light hair to darker coarse hair.
Your provider will recommend avoiding sun exposure for a minimum of 4 weeks prior to your laser session.
At Enriched Aesthetics, your provider will meet with you to discuss the best treatment plan for you as well as the desired areas of treatment. We recommend 6-sessions, spaced 4 weeks apart for optimal results. Shaving the hair at least 24 hours prior to your sessions is also recommended.
How Long Will My Laser Hair Removal Take?
The treatment time will depend on the area being treated, though overall the Motus is relatively quick. An area such as the upper lip or chin may only take 5-10 minutes. Perfect for a session during your lunch hour.
What Additional Conditions Can The Motus Treat?
The Motus is effective for the treatment of pigmented lesions, small leg veins (spider veins), and various vascular lesions. During your consultation at Enriched Aesthetics, your provider will help you determine which procedure is best for you.