There are indications with which we have no experience and in which it is not possible to make a definitive judgment as to whether a permanent hair removal treatment can be performed. We therefore strongly recommend that you consult your doctor before treatment if you have any doubts about your skin or hair.

If the following contraindications are present, treatment is not possible:

– Diabetes
– Psoriasis (acute in the treatment area)
– Neurodermatitis (acute in the treated area)
– Open skin patches (acute in the treatment area)
– Eczema, dermatitis (acute in the treatment area)
– Dark birthmarks (“ABCDE rule”) (these areas are covered and omitted during treatment).
– Tattoos (these areas are covered and omitted during treatment)
– Skin tumors
– Skin cancer (treatment is not possible even if the skin cancer is already cured).
– Preparations that increase skin sensitivity to light (e.g., St. John’s wort or malaria prophylaxis)
– vitiligo
– epilepsy
– Cancer (unhealed cancer of any kind)
– (You must be cancer-free for at least 5 years).
– Pregnancy and breastfeeding