CoolGlide

The CoolGlide hair removal system delivers a specially tailored light source for permanent hair
reduction in darker skin types. It can be used to treat large or small areas to reduce visible hair.

About CoolGlide

The CoolGlide hair removal system delivers a specially tailored light source for permanent hair reduction in darker skin types. It can be used to treat large or small areas to reduce visible hair.

FAQ’s

How long does the treatment take?

The treatment time depends on the size of the area being treated. Typically session average about 30 minutes.

Is the treatment painful?

When the pulse of light is delivered, some patients experience a mild pinching or stinging sensation.  No local anesthesia or pain medication is typically required; however, some patients may prefer to use a topical anesthetic when sensitive areas are treated.

What areas can be treated?

CoolGlide can remove hair from all parts of the body including the face, legs, arms, underarms, and back. It can also treat sensitive areas like the chest, nipples, and bikini line.

Are there any side effects?

Although patients experience few side effects, those most commonly noticed are slight reddening and local swelling of the skin, similar to a sunburn. These effects typically last for several hours or less. In rare instances, blistering may occur. Consult with your medical professional for complete information on the benefits and risks of treatment.

How many treatments are needed?

Most areas require 3-6 treatments. However, the number of treatments required for optimal long-term benefits depends on multiple factors – hair thickness, the area treated and your hair’s growth cycle. Each hair grows at a different rate and goes through three distinct phases: growth, regression, and resting. CoolGlide treatments work by disabling the hair that is principally in the active growth phase at the time of treatment. Since other hairs will enter this active growth phase at different times, additional treatments may be necessary to disable all of the hair follicles in a given area.