How much Hairfree do I need to use?

Quantity of tubes shown is the total amount you need for 30 days’ treatment.
Remember, you need to continue treatment for 30 days to achieve permanent results.
If you have thick, dark hair you may need to use up to 50% more cream than shown.

Growth reduction chart

This Hairfree Hair Growth Reduction Chart shows the average time required to achieve 99.5% hair reduction

Participants were measured each week to determine level of hair reduction. The following significant differences could be observed between Hairfree™ treated areas and placebo treated areas of skin. An overall decrease in hair density on areas treated with Hairfree™ of +/- 25% every week was measured using a Cross-Section Trichometer over one square centimeter of skin x 100 (mm2/cm2 x 100). Participants also noted a reduction in hair thickness during the trial. At the conclusion of the study an overall decrease in hair density on Hairfree™ treated areas was +/- 93% measured using a Cross-Section Trichometer. Hairfree™ has been shown to be a safe and effective method for progressively stopping hair root growth.

Coverage Chart Hair Free Hair Remover

  • Left column shows % of hair reduction after each weekly application
  • Lower column shows how many weeks to achieve hair reduction
  • Green column represents male hair growth
  • Yellow column represents female hair growth
  • Hair thickness and density affects the performance of Hairfree
  • Based on Fischer-Saller hair color and density chart
  • Results vary depending on hair thickness and density


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Results vary depending on hair thickness and density. Coarse black hair will take longer to treat than thin blond hair.