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Laser Hair Removal Designed for Everyone

Comfortable. Efficient. Fast.

Laser hair removal is a popular cosmetic procedure used to permanently reduce or eliminate unwanted body or facial hair. It works by using a concentrated beam of light (laser) to target and damage the hair follicles, which are the small structures in the skin that produce hair. At NEOMO Skin these procedures are performed by our trained Medical Esthetician or our RPN's.

The most common areas to remove hair from are:

  • Bikini Area

  • Armpits

  • Legs and Toes

  • Stomach, Chest, and Back

  • Upper Lip and Chin

  • Stomach, Chest, and Back

  • Upper Lip and Chin

  • Hairline

  • Neck or Beard Line

Ready to ditch the razor?

Frequently Asked Questions

Laser hair removal works by using a concentrated beam of light to target and destroy hair follicles. The laser emits a specific wavelength of light that is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle, damaging it and preventing future hair growth. The procedure is safe and effective, and can be used on various parts of the body.

Trust us, you won't be disappointed with the results!

How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?

Laser Hair Removal works by selectively targeting the hair follicles with intense pulses of light energy for thermal destruction, but without damaging the surrounding tissue.


The epidermis is protected by the Dynamic Cooling Device™ (DCD™), which sprays the treatment area before each laser pulse with a liquid cryogen coolant. This system provides a cooling protection factor over 50% greater than contact or air cooling, and can be adjusted to individual needs to make the procedure as comfortable as possible!

Can Hair Removal be done on darker skin tones?

Yes! Many laser hair removal treatments don’t cater to all skin types, but the GentleMax Pro Plus platform is safe for darker skin types because it offers two wavelengths, a 755 nm and a 1064nm wavelength better known as the Nd:YAG wavelength. 

This wavelength is selectively absorbed by the deeper levels of the dermis—bypassing the skin's surface and only targeting deeper melanin at the level of hair follicles.

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