What is Laser hair removal?

Laser hair removal works by emitting an intense pulse light, which targets the root of the hair follicle.

How does laser hair removal work?

The hair absorbs the energy from the laser, destroying the root cells cause permanent reduction hair growth. Modern hair removal is typically done with the laser as it allows for the treatment of more skin type and provide more permanent results than other old technologies such as IPL.

Why is it better than having a waxing?

Some people have sensitive skin and find that waxing can be too painful, uncomfortable and leave nasty rash on the skin, shaving is also non-permanent and can also cause razor rash and stubble skin.

What machine do we use?

We use two different techniques of laser hair removal such as DIODE and ND YAG; Let’s talk about first ND YAG, it’s stands for Neodymium yttrium Aluminum Garnet is a light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. It’s one of the most effective and safe treatment for all skin type as more suitable for darker and tanned skin which help to remove the body’s unwanted hair. It usually emits light with 1064 nm wavelength ensures that all skin tones from the darkest to the lightest can be safely treated, and it can be treated large areas swiftly. Our machine is integrated with cooling system in to allow for super healing and it provide you relaxing treatment experience to reduce the risk of any unwanted side-effects such as swelling or reddening of the skin.
Overall, this modern technique is appropriate for particularly pigmented skin tone without harming surrounding tissues. To get the best, Permanent and desire result you need multiple sessions to go.
Diode laser hair removal is the most advanced method of hair removal in today’s beauty market. This is really kind to skin and it can be treated large body areas quick and rapidly so it can penetrate deeper in the skin layer with 808 nm wavelenght. Generally, it’s safe and efficient technique for unwanted hair removal to all skin type. This machine is integrated with cooling system in it to allow for better healing, comfortable and more safe treatment to reduces the chances of any unwanted side-effects such as swelling or reddening of the skin. Overall, you need 4 to 8 sessions to get a long term and permanent result.

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Am I suitable for laser hair removal?

Unfortunately, if you are pregnant or breast feeding or If you have a electronic pace maker, you are not currently suitable for laser hair removal. Additionally, those that suffer from conditions such as diabetes, epilepsy, blood disorders/skin conditions or are on particular courses of medication may need a doctor note before treatment. More information will be given in your consultation.

How we consider?

We will welcome you with respect and make you comfortable before go through the consultation because consultation procedure is really important before booking you in for treatment. It will indicate whether or not you are likely to have a reaction to the treatment and will leads us if your skin is sensitive. After completing a consultation our qualified therapist will do a patch test which required 24 hours result need to be seen and they will be able to answer any question you may have.

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What should I do before my laser hair removal appointment?

We advise you to shave the treatment area one day before your laser appointment because the root of the hair must be present in the follicle for the laser to identify it. you should avoid shaving on the day of the treatment as this will only make your skin more sensitive. You must avoid any perfumed and oil based products at least 24 hours before the treatment; make sure your skin is clean and completely product free, don’t use an moisturiser or deodorant.

What should I do after the treatment? ( After Care)

Try to avoid sun exposure for at least 24 hours after the treatment as the treated area will remain photosensitive. Use sun screen SPF 50 before go in sun. You need to avoid direct heat like sauna, Steam, sun bathing/ sun beds and natural tanning or fake tanning can increase the risk of side effects.
Try not to use any perfumed and oil based skin products such as cream, moisturisers or lotion. No make up for 24 hour after the treatment. You should avoid should avoid plucking and waxing in the weeks following up your appointments.