Free consultation available however you need to book in. Patch tests are an essential part of the pre-treatment process. The point of the patch test is to determine the level of laser energy that will be needed to give you the best possible results. This patch test will also give you an idea of what having laser hair removal treatment will be like and how it will feel.
Laser Hair Removal
Consultation and Patch Test £30
Single Course of 6
Treatment Treatments Saving
Upper lip £30 £150 £30
Chin £35 £175 £35
Upper lip & chin £50 £250 £50
Underarms £60 £300 £60
Full Face £70 £350 £70
Classic bikini £75 £375 £75
Extended bikini £90 £450 £90
1/2 arm £90 £450 £90
Hollywood £100 £500 £100
Full arm £120 £600 £120
1/2 leg £110 £550 £110
Full leg £200 £1000 £200
AFTER THE TREATMENT, YOU MAY EXPERIENCE:
Skin turning pink and being a little sore immediately after treatment
A mild sunburn sensation (redness, peeling and swelling) that may last a few days
Rarely, you may experience blistering
For 48 hours-
Avoid all heat treatments including hot baths, saunas, steam baths and hot showers.
No swimming in strongly chlorinated water.
Do not use bleaching creams.
Avoid perfumed products e.g. soaps, creams or perfumes.
Leave any temporary skin responses such as redness to subside naturally.
Do not touch, pick scratch or otherwise irritate the treated area.
For 72 hours-
For 1 week-
Do not exfoliate the treated area or use any peels
For 2 weeks-
No UV exposure
No self tanning
Avoid waxing, plucking, threading
Avoid depilation creams
Avoid prolonged outdoor activity that may expose the skin to a lot of wind or sun.
For 6 weeks-
Use sun protection SPF30+
Limit sun exposure and do not use tanning beds.
If you're not happy with shaving, tweezing, or waxing to remove unwanted hair, laser hair removal may be an option worth considering. IPL stands for intense pulsed light, and it is a form of light therapy, used for various dermatological procedures including hair removal.
IPL produces a wide spectrum of light that shallowly penetrates the skin. This wide spectrum is diffused and does not target any specific aspect of the hair. The hair absorbs some wavelengths of the light, resulting in heating and disruption of the follicle, while the rest are reflected away. Only some of the energy generated during IPL affects the hairs, making it a less efficient method of hair removal than laser treatment.