Removal of Unwanted Hair (Any Colour)

Presently, hair removal using laser does not contain many options. People are content since, over the years, laser treatment has safely and effectively removed unnecessary hairs. The melanin present in hair bulbs and shafts selectively absorbs the laser radiation. In return, it leads to thermal damage of the hair follicle. However, the adjacent skin structures do not respond to laser radiation.

With the correct selection of radiation wavelength and also optimising other laser radiation parameters, it ensures the highest selectivity of hair follicle photothermolysis process, plus the maximum quality of hair removal.

To perform the procedure of laser hair removal, G. Evoline UK suggests the use of the EvoLINE system, which effectively integrates Alexandrite lasers and Nd: YAG.

Alexandrite lasers accurately remove red and fair hairs and Nd: YAG laser effectively removes dark stubble hairs and is also safe for dark-skinned people.

Both lasers have quick, wide-ranging, and modifiable parameters, which is impossible for most of the conventional approaches. With this modern approach, doctors, nurses and laser techinicans can obtain exceptional options for individual situations, as well as manage to adapt the laser radiation parameters to every single patient’s skin and hair irregularities.

Thanks to the accessibility of the two wavelengths that represent the golden hair removal standard and also the most extensive radiation parameters range. EvoLINE, the hair removal laser method, enables the high selectivity of patient treatment of nearly any phototype, removing hairs of about any type and without seasonal constraints. It removes right from stubble to vellus, black to fair and red, and from superficially-bedded hairs to those bedded up to 5mm deep.


The EvoLINE comprises two lasers representing the golden standard of cosmetology and ensures a widest range of their parameters adjustment thus allowing to excellently perform all the popular laser procedures almost without seasonal limitations.

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