Today, SHR technology is the most effective, gentle and safe method for permanent hair removal.
It is also suitable for light hair and dark skin. Treatments are almost painless, without side effects and provide the best results. The term permanent hair removal is defined by the FDA (Food an Drug Administration USA) as a significant reduction of hair for a period longer than the hair cycle in the corresponding region. The oldest method by which permanent hair removal can be achieved is needle epilation. For some years now, however, laser and flash lamp epilation has been used for permanent hair removal with increasing success. The current state of the art is the SHR technique.
Professional hair removal by experts with SHR technology
Painless SHR technology
In order to always achieve the best possible result, we have specialised in permanent hair removal using the latest SHR technology. Permanent hair removal is performed under medical supervision and is currently the most modern and effective procedure for permanent hair removal.
Experience and conscientious handling of the technology is crucial. All our medically trained employees have the appropriate additional training. We can therefore look back on satisfied customers and great results in permanent laser depilation.
Our specialists will be happy to advise you in an informative conversation and will be happy to meet your wishes. In a detailed conversation you will receive an individual assessment of the expected success of the treatment and everything you need to know about the procedure and the follow-up treatment.
What does SHR mean?
SHR is the short form for Super Hair Removal. It is a patented technique for permanent hair removal. SHR has all the advantages in one system, which achieves the best results in permanent hair removal with the gentlest and virtually painless treatment. Even lighter or thinner hair, which was previously difficult or impossible to remove, can now be treated successfully. The SHR is the first treatment to use an “In-Motion-Method”.
The treatment for permanent hair removal is much more pleasant than with conventional systems and the skin is better protected.
As darker skin or a tan is no longer a problem, you are now completely free to decide when to start permanent hair removal. Even blond or gray hair can be treated in almost all cases. The same applies to skin types. While only relatively light skin types could be treated with permanent hair removal with IPL (Intensive Pulsed Light) or laser, permanent hair removal with SHR is now possible for almost all hair and skin types without any problems.
The previously shaved hairs are still in the skin after the treatment and, depending on the body region, are shed and fall out within 1-3 weeks. A successfully treated hair root is no longer able to produce new hair. In order to ensure permanent hair removal, you should expect at least 6 sessions at intervals of about 4-8 weeks. The repetition of the treatment is necessary, as only 12-15% of the hairs in the body grow. Only the hairs that are in the growth phase (anagen phase) can be treated optimally. The remaining follicles are in a resting state (do not produce hair) and are usually not successfully removable even with SHR technology.
In studies and long-term tests SHR has proven outstanding success in permanent hair removal in comparison to IPL and laser systems. In addition, our SHR system for permanent hair removal is successfully used in major clinics worldwide and has been approved by the American health authority FDA as well as the European Medical Device. They guarantee the greatest possible success in the permanent removal of unwanted hair.
You still have questions about permanent hair removal with SHR?
FAQ Hair Removal contains answers to frequently asked questions about laser hair removal at Dermacare. These questions are not intended to replace a consultation with our doctor, but they do give a first orientation.FAQ about hair removal
Costs of permanent hair removal with the SHR laser at Dermacare
The cost of laser hair removal refers to an intensive treatment and always depends on the area treated. The number of treatments required varies from person to person and is between 6-10 treatments depending on hair density. We will be happy to explain how many treatment units you need in a personal consultation after a skin and hair analysis.
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The consultation is free of charge. We prepare a skin and hair analysis, advise you in detail and check your health suitability. You will also receive an individual cost estimate and a treatment plan.
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