Laser Hair Removal
Advanced Laser Technology to Remove Hair Permanently.
Say goodbye to unwanted hair
If you’ve been looking at treatment options for permanent hair removal then you have probably come across both laser hair removal and IPL and are wondering what the difference is. In short, laser hair removal is safer, more effective, and the only way hair removal should ever be performed.
Laser hair removal is suitable for any skin types, even tanned skin. Our diode laser is a medical grade laser targeting not only dark hair but light and grey hairs too!
The laser uses the strongest wavelength of light to deliver heat energy to destroy the hair without damaging the skin. For more questions on laser hair removal, see below.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Monthly full body (5 areas) – £160
- Half Leg £75
- Full legs £95
- Full leg and bikini £140
- Bikini Standard £50
- Bikini Brazilian £65
- Bikini Hollywood 80
- Underarm £50
- Lip £30
- Lip & Chin £40
- Full Face £50
- Back £100
- Chest £100
- Full Arms £70
Both treatments have been available commercially since the mid 1990s, but are distinctly different. The issue here is that many hair removal clinics claim to provide “laser” hair removal, when in fact they only use IPL.
Both hair removal treatments involve producing light energy, which is then absorbed into the dark pigment of the hair. The goal is to destroy the hair root and also reduce hair growth.
The main difference between laser and IPL for hair removal lies in the technology that each use to generate light as well as the different properties of light being used.
Laser technology is simply much more effective on all skin types whereas IPL is only suitable for white skin, and achieves substantially better results than IPL with most clients achieving optimal results of permanent hair removal of 80% or greater after four to eight treatments.
Hair growth is determined by your hormone levels, so this will depend on that but on average 4-10.
Treatments are scheduled at 4 – 5 weekly intervals.
Once you start laser hair removal, you must not wax but only shave as it will effect the hair growth cycle.
You will need to shave the area you are having treated on the morning of the treatment.
Yes. It is as effective for men as it is woman. From a back, chest or a few tufts of hair, we can remove it for you.
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