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Monica L. Halem, MD | NYC Board Certified Dermatologist

988 FIFTH AVENUE | NEW YORK, NY 10075 | 212-988-2400

Gentlelase Pro™

GentleLase Pro, the aesthetic industry’s premier laser, is an ideal solution for hair removal, treating pigmented lesions and the treatment of vascular lesions, such as port wine stains. It’s fast and loaded with advanced features that continue to deliver extraordinary results that have earned the trust of practitioners worldwide.


What can you treat with Gentlelase Pro Series?

  • Beard Bumps (PFB)
  • Facial & Spider Veins
  • Laser Hair Removal
  • Leg Veins
  • Pigmented Lesions

Are Candela’s laser Hair Removal treatments safe, and are there any side effects?

Laser and light-based treatments have been safely used for many years for a variety of medical and cosmetic procedures.


How long do Candela’s laser Hair Removal treatments take, and how many treatments will I require?

Treatment times may vary depending on your specific needs. Hair growth is reduced after each treatment and the number of treatments required will be based on your hair color and type, body area and skin tone.

What precautions should I take throughout this process?

Avoid sun exposure at least two weeks before treatment. Do not bleach, pluck or wax 4 to 6 weeks before and after treatment. Wait for tanned skin to fade before beginning treatment.


Are laser hair removal treatments painful?

Candela’s Laser Hair Removal treatments use a patented Dynamic Cooling Device™ (DCD™), which prepares the skin for treatment by spraying the upper layer with a cooling burst of cryogen in adjustable durations—milliseconds before the laser pulse. DCD helps ensure that the treatments are as comfortable as they are effective.


What are Candela’s Laser Hair Removal treatments like?

Laser energy is delivered through a small handpiece operated by your Dr. Halem. The laser delivers an intense beam of light, which is absorbed by the skin and converted to heat. The heat is then absorbed by the cells being targeted, while the surrounding tissue remains unaffected. Your skin may be slightly red immediately following the procedure. This typically lasts from a few minutes to several hours after the procedure.