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With Vacumtherapy you get a reaffirming effect, which can be seen from the first sessions.
Vacumtherapy is used for: body modeling and molding, cellulite removal, pre and postoperative, postpartum, buttock lift or enhancement, lymphatic drainage, improves the appearance of the skin, breast lifting and enhancement.
How Does a Vacuum Butt Lift Work?
This massage presents surprising results, as it was conceived to model adipocytes. That is, moving the fat to the right places, hips, thighs and buttocks, Improved blood circulation, relaxing muscle tension, Increased lymph circulation and elimination of toxins ,Improved skin tightness, firmness and elasticity. Giving the body a better contour.
What is a Vacuum Therapy Butt Lift?
A vacuum therapy butt lift is a cosmetic procedure that lifts and contours the butt glutes using suction cups and vacuum suction. It enhances your butt area by stimulating the muscles, breaking down cellulite, shifting fat deposits, increasing lymph flow and circulation, and improving skin elasticity.
What are the Benefits of a Vacuum Butt Lift?
Having the perfect rounded butt is a dream goal for many guys, especially with the rise of social media influencers showing off their perfectly booties.
Vacuum therapy for the buttocks is worth considering if you’re looking to improve the appearance of your butt.
Here are 6 of these amazing benefits:
• Lifts and tones
The suction cups which are placed on both butt cheeks can lift and tone your butt by mimicking the effects of butt exercise. Some practitioners claim that a vacuum butt lift is the equivalent of 1,500 squats.
Your underlying muscles will be stimulated to lift your derriere, while cellulite deposits are broken down.
• Improves skin elasticity
Collagen is responsible for the degree of elasticity your skin possesses. Less collagen equals less skin elasticity.
Studies show that vacuum therapy can stimulate fibroblasts (cells that maintain collagen and promote skin repair), thus enhancing skin firmness and elasticity.
• Increases blood circulation and lymphatic drainage
Vacuum therapy stimulates the glutes and causes more blood to flow in that area. This has been shown to get rid of toxins and improve lymphatic drainage.
• Vacuum therapy breaks down fat deposits and smooths out cellulite. It does this by using the suction mechanism to lift the skin’s underlying fascia, thereby reducing the surface dimpling. After the procedure, you’ll notice that your skin is smoother with a minimized appearance of cellulite.
What are the Benefits of Laser Hair Removal & Hair Growth Reduction?Laser hair removal works by emitting pulses of highly-concentrated light directly into your hair follicles. The pigment melanin - found at the base of the hair follicle - absorbs the heat from the light of the laser, which then destroys the hair follicle, which inhibits future hair growth.
How does laser hair removal work?Lasers designed for permanent hair reduction emit wavelengths of light that are absorbed by the pigment in the hair (melanin). If the surrounding skin is lighter than the color of the hair, the energy of the laser is concentrated in the hair shaft, effectively destroying it without affecting the skin or the follicle. Since lasers target pigment, treatments are most effective on coarse hair because it has a lot of pigment and can absorb a lot of heat. Fine hair cannot absorb much heat. The ability of the laser device to produce a very narrow bandwidth on a consistent basis is the key to a safe efficient treatment. While the laser emits a beam that only heats the hair shaft, heat is transmitted from the hair shaft to the surrounding tissue for several milliseconds after the laser pulse. Several lasers possess cooling attachments which cool the surrounding skin to fully absorb any heat transmitted from the destroyed hair shafts. Intense Pulse Light (IPL) machines are not lasers. These machines use a highly concentrated beam of traditional incoherent light, often in conjunction with a cream or gel, to burn the hair shaft. A serious flaw with these systems is that they lack the laser’s ability to produce a selective bandwidth of light that will only affect the hair shaft (selective photothermolysis). IPLs produce a wide bandwidth of light that can heat up all of the surrounding tissue, making it less effective in disabling hair and putting the patient at a higher risk for burns, especially on darker skin. IPL devices are generally cheaper than laser devices, which is why many clinics choose to use them. Generally, true hair removal lasers (i.e. alexandrite, diode, and ND:Yag types) tend to achieve better and faster results than IPLs.
How many laser hair removal sessions do I need for a permanent result? 🔥Consistency is the key 🔑You will see a significant hair growth reduction even from the first session. On average, about 6 sessions are required to affect all your unwanted hair. 🔥 Consistency is the key 🔑 Four weeks is recommended between laser hair removal sessions. *** Long Lasting results! The effects of laser hair removal are long-lasting. Hair can take weeks or even months to grow back, and with every subsequent session, you will notice that your hair is much thinner and sparser than before. Eventually, you'll find that you're practically hairless - which is the ultimate goal when seeking this kind of treatment.
Is laser hair removal safe for darker skin tones?Yes, laser hair removal is safe for all skin tones. It's important to note that patients with lighter colored hair may need more treatments than patients with darker hair to achieve long-lasting hair reduction.
Does laser hair removal work on blonde & grey hair?Unfortunately, white, blonde, red, or grey hair do not respond to treatment because there is not enough melanin. Melanin is the pigment found in skin and hair color. Grey & blond hair could be removed one by one by electrologist. It's important to note that patients with lighter colored hair may need more treatments than patients with darker hair to achieve long-lasting hair reduction.
What laser do you use?Currently, there are three popular types of hair removal lasers made by various manufacturers: Alexandrite, Diode, and Nd:YAG. Practicing with a Candela gentle yag laser convieniently allows me to cater to any skin color. These lasers are extremely safe and great for dark-skinned or light-skinned patients. Any skin color will recieve the same outstanding results! This is the only type of laser that should be used on skin types V and darker.
Is laser hair removal painful?Our system is very gentle proces, ensures additional comfort through Dynamic Cooling Device™ which uses cooling bursts of cryogen over the treatment area. Patients can expect a quick & very light “Snap".
Why does multiple treatments matter?There are three phases of hair growth; two resting and one growth phase. Only hair in the growth phase is effectively targeted by a laser system. Hair that is in the resting phase will not be affected. At any one time only 50 to 75% of your hair is in the growing phase. This explains the need for multiple treatments.
Why do results vary from one person to the next?Skin pigment, hair pigment, and hair texture are very different skin types and ethnic groups, are all important factors in treatment efficacy and what settings we could safely apply. With our latest generation laser hair removal technology, every patient will be able to achieve their desired hair removal goals.
Does laser hair removal effective treatment for ingrown hair?"No ingrown hairs ever" with laser hair removal, this could be your life!. You get ingrown hairs when your hair grows back into the skin instead of up to the surface, causing an extremely painful and irritating pus-filled bump. There are a handful of reasons why these little nuisances grace us with their presence. The laser targets hair directly from the root, and in the process, also prevents ingrown hair from cropping up. Fix & significant improvements even from th first application.
Long Lasting results?The effects of laser hair removal are long-lasting. Hair can take weeks or even months to grow back, and with every subsequent session, you will notice that your hair is much thinner and sparser than before. Eventually, you'll find that you're practically hairless - which is the ultimate goal when seeking this kind of treatment.
Why its important to shave before laser haire removal session?Lasers heat hair to damage the stem cells in the hair follicles to inhibit new growth, but if the hair is too long, the laser can singe your hair and burn your skin. It is extremely important to shave treated areas very SMOOTHLY before your laser hair removal session. Dont have enought time? At AlexSpot24 we have a body shaving service, with a hot towel therapy, the right way! Request that service before scheduling your session.
Are They any Laser Hair Removal Risks or Side Effects?Some people may experience the following potential temporary side effects: Itching Redness for up to 3 days Swelling around mouth of follicle for up to 3 days Tingling or feeling of numbness The following rare side effects are indicative of inappropriate laser type and/or settings: Crusting/scab formation Bruising Purpura (purple coloring of the skin) Temporary pigment change (hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation) At Alexspot24 Private men spa we designed a post laser therapy to calm your skin and ease discomform after laser hair removal, especially for men clientele.
Tips to prepare before laser hair removal for men?To prepare for your laser hair removal appointment, follow our tips below. • Don't apply any oils, moisturizers, or creams to your skin after showering on the day of your session. • Gently exfoliate 3 - 4 days before your appointment to help remove any dead skin cells from hanging out around the opening of your hair follicles. • Closely shave the treatment area (well, to-be-treated area) 24 hours before your appointment - not immediately before your session. No plucking or there won't be anything for them to laser away--resist the urge to tweeze! When you are shaving, avoid using too much pressure on the razor as this will make your skin very sore and sensitive. If you find yourself having to repeatedly shave over the same areas, it could be time to buy a new razor. Always shave with a clean razor blade to avoid a build-up of bacteria that can result in acne. When you are shaving, be sure to give yourself adequate time in order to do it properly. If you speed through your shaving efforts, you may cause nicks and cuts on your skin that will have to be avoided with the laser during your treatment. As we mentioned a little earlier, if you don't shave before your appointment, the laser will singe the hair, and we will need to shave it with our service to prevent burn to your skin. • Stay away from tanning beds and heavy sun exposure 7-10 days before you get lasered. If it's your first session, relax--you're in the hands of a professional, and getting rid that unwanted hair in your underarms and bikini area is virtually just a zap away!
Laser hair removal aftercare recommendations🍑:We hope you enjoyed your appointment. Laser hair removal aftercare recommendations: - After laser hair removal, patients may experience redness or swelling on the treated area, but this should subside after 2-3 days. Use Ointment creams daily to protect your skin and promote quicker healing. - Avoid sun exposure to reduce the risk of hyperpigmentation (darker pigmentation) No direct sun light for at least 3-4 weeks. Apply sunscreen to the area of treatment every day. (SPF 30+) - During the few first weeks after treatment, patients should avoid retinoid, glycolics, and salicylic acid agents. Avoid topical sunless tanning products for 7 days. - Due to skin sensitivity avoid excess heat for 24-48 hours such as hot showers, saunas, hot tubs, or heat packs - Avoid make-up, deodorant, or other topical creams or medications for 24 hours.