Laser hair removal is the most effective method of permanent hair removal. At Angel Clinic, laser hair removal is performed with the Light Sheer diode laser. The laser emits a wavelength of 800 nm that penetrates up to 2 mm into the skin. Thanks to this, we can be sure that the operation of the laser is only superficial and does not affect the functioning of the body. The emitted gentle beam of rays penetrates the skin directly into the hair follicle and destroys it irretrievably.

Laser hair removal is considered the most effective method of removing unwanted hair, on average, a series of 4 to 6 treatments is enough to get rid of unwanted hair for a very long time. Individual treatments are selected taking into account the phases of hair growth. Hair that is in the growth phase reacts to the laser light, these are the hairs visible to the naked eye on the skin, the rest in the “sleep” phase are removed in subsequent treatments.

At Angel Clinic, laser hair removal is performed by qualified cosmetologists.


  • removal of unnecessary hair

Preparation before the treatment:

  • one month before the planned treatment, you should avoid contact with the sun and visits to the solarium and self-tanning creams,
  • at least 4 weeks before the treatment, do not pull your hair out with an epilator or tweezers,
  • a week before the treatment, do not use hair removal creams,
  • the day before the treatment, the skin should be shaved (leave a small piece of unshaven skin 5×5 cm)

Temporary contraindications

  • irritated skin
  • fresh tan – wait 4-8 weeks
  • using self-tanner
  • the use of painkillers and NSAIDs (Ibuprofen, Pyralgina, Ketoprofen, Nurofen, Ibuprom and others) – should be discontinued 24 hours before the procedure
  • use of topical drugs: photosensitizing, topical retinoids (Isotrexin, Differin, Zorac, Retin and others)
  • oral therapy with retinoids (Roaccutane, Izotek) – requires a six-month break between the end of the treatment and the first treatment
  • use of antibiotics at the moment – requires a 2-week break between the end of the treatment and the first treatment
  • use of opioid drugs (Tramadol, Codeine and others)
  • using antidepressants (clomipramine, isocarboxazid, maprotiline, mirtazapine, sertaline, venlafaxine, amitriptyline, doxepin, clomipramine, nortriptyline) and herbal medicines, e.g. Deprim (discontinue one week before)
  • taking herbal remedies (St. John’s wort, marigold, chamomile, horsetail, nettle including figura tea) – should be discontinued a two weeks before the procedure
  • consuming large amounts of beta carotene
  • topically applied cosmetics containing: retinol, vitamin C, E A, photosensitizing herbs
  • performing fruit acids – should be discontinued 4 weeks before the procedure
  • depilation with wax, tweezers, epilator (before the procedure, hair must not be pulled out with wax, mechanical epilator, tweezers for a period of 4 weeks in the case of the face and 6 weeks in other parts of the body)
  • previous, some cosmetic, dermocosmetic and surgical procedures
  • performing mechanical peeling, manual cleansing up to a week before the procedure
  • if the patient uses any medications, herbs, dietary supplements, cosmetics, and is not sure whether they are not a contraindication to the procedure – please contact the person performing the procedure in advance
  • vaccinations (wait 2 weeks after taking a dose)


  • pregnancy
  • breastfeeding (first 6 months)
  • cancer and precancerous conditions (lifetime)
  • individual hormone therapy, infertility treatment (if photosensitizing drugs are used)
  • White hair
  • active viral infections (herpes, warts), fungal diseases, bacterial diseases
  • photodermatoses
  • albinism (relative)
  • psoriasis
  • inflammatory changes
  • pigmented birthmarks at the treatment site
  • nodules of unknown origin
  • thyroid diseases (relative) – lower effectiveness, sometimes even no effectiveness
  • unstable diabetes (relative)
  • heart disease, pacemaker, metal implants in the treatment site
  • coagulation system diseases, hemophilia, tendency to hemorrhages
  • epilepsy (relative)
  • discoloration tendency (relative)
  • marbled skin (reticularis)


At Angel Clinic, we take care of every detail that will make you feel like an angel in our offices. We follow trends on an ongoing basis.