Natural Beauty

The Ultimate Laser Hair Removal

With 3 different laser light technologies at our clinic (Alexandrite, Yag, IPL), we are confident that if your hair is suitable (not blonde/white) and there are no underlying medical or hormonal reasons for your hair growth, we can effectively treat them. We may try multiple technologies in order to achieve the best possible results for you and your hair type. Each person's hairs are individual - and they may vary across different areas on the same person, too. 

 

Laser hair removal is the Permanent Reduction of hair within the treated area. The hair follicle must be within the Anagen phase of growth in order to be successfully treated in treatment, and a maximum of 40% of hairs are in this stage at any one time. With each treatment more hair follicles are damaged, making hair growth thereafter thinner, softer hairs, and less of them! Not every person will achieve full removal, and some hair types are not suitable. 

 

We can treat almost all skin types (although not light hairs - and the hairs must be significantly darker than the skin). We only ever treat clients after a patch test, so if you're unsure, please book a Laser hair removal Patch Test, and our specialist can run through everything with you and check your suitability. Patch tests need to be carried out at least 4 days prior to treatment (skin tones 1-3) or at least 7 days prior (skin tones 4-6). 

 

During your consultation our specialist will:    

Discuss the area(s) of hair you wish to remove including likely treatment plan and outcome

 

Do a small routine patch test to check your skins response to the laser

 

Explain what happens during your treatment, how to prepare, aftercare, & costs

 

Answer any questions you may have, please visit our FAQ for information prior to this.

Skins with an active tan (suntanned within last 2-4 weeks) or ANY fake tan present can not be treated or even patch tested under any circumstances. There are also some cautions we must take with tattoos, birth marks, scars, and other visible skin lesions. Please visit our FAQ page for more information.