Laser Hair Removal
Laser Hair Removal - does exactly what it says on the tin. It removes hair nearly painlessly and quickly over a number of sessions making those shaving and waxing days a thing of the past!
How Laser Hair Removal Works
The system is simple: it works in the same principles that lasers and light energy do to absorb and target cells where there is colour present in the skin.
This light energy converts to heat and this damages the area that is being targeted - these systems send out lots of wavelengths in every pulse of light instead of just one.
This means that penetration is maximised and the laser system that we use filters out and refines the energy output for effective treatment of larger areas.
The result is enhanced penetration and targeting of the lower layers of the dermis without damaging the epidermis.
There is no downtime; many patients will come and have their sessions in their lunchtime.
Laser Hair Removal Consultation
Laser Hair Removal is by far the newest and most exciting painless way to remove unwanted hair.
Both male and females can benefit from the treatment for the following areas (and there are many more besides!):
Laser Hair Removal Treatments Required
The number of treatments that will be needed depend on the area, the hair's thickness and of course, your own hair growth cycle. Usually, around 6 treatment sessions are required to achieve hair loss as desired.
There is usually anywhere between 4 - 8 week intervals between each session depending on the body part being treaated to make sure that the hairs in each stage of their growth cycle are disabled.
Laser Hair Removal Results
We use the very best and latest technology in Laser Hair Removal – our treatment will remove hairs on most skin types without pain and with this in mind, there are no need for numbing creams or painkillers.
The pictures below really do speak for themselves in terms of just how effective our treatments are.
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