No More .. Shaving / Tweezing / Waxing ... Not Just For Her


Laser Hair Removal

Tired of constantly shaving and waxing unwanted facial and body hair? With light-based hair removal you can get the touchable skin you've always wanted. All you need is a few simple treatments to get lasting results.
The secret lies in the technology that targets and destroys hair cells responsible for hair growth without harming the surrounding skin.

This treatment is fast, easy and practically pain free.

Laser hair removal can remove unwanted hair, wether it is from a condition that causes excess hair growth (Medical Case) or just the desire for a new look. Most individuals will require a series of treatments over time which will result in the removal of the unwanted hair.


Removing Unwanted Hair From:

  1. Face
  2. Leg
  3. Arm
  4. Underarm
  5. Bikini Line ... etc.

How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?

Light is absorbed by the melanin (the pigment in the hair follicle). The light energy heats the pigment and effectively destroys the hair follicle without damaging the surrounding cell.
The laser is placed on the skin and a short pulse of light is released, which target many follicles simultaneously. The applicator is then moved to the neighbouring area of the skin and the process is repeated until the entire area is covered.

Energy is used to target and destroy hair follicles responsible for hair growth without causing damage to the surrounding skin.
Most people are suitable for treatment. Best results are seen with people who have lighter skin and darker hair. Dark hair is more easily treated as it has a high concentration of melanin. Fair hair however contains less melanin so is harder to treat. Grey/white hair has no melanin so is not suitable for treatment.
Treatment sensation varies but is often described as a "Flick of an Elastic Band". No anaesthetic is required and most clients describe the discomforts as moderate and tolerable.
The hair follicles are damaged by the heat but the hairs remain in the follicles. The dead hairs shed after 1 to 3 weeks as the epidermis renews. During this period the hairs will seem to grow as they are pushed out by the new epidermis.
The skin may be red immediately after treatment and the hair follicles may be swollen and raised but this usually subsides within a few hours. Adverse reactions are rare but may include a small blister or temporary lightening or darkening of the skin.
Only hair that is actively growing is affected, therefore multiple treatments are needed. Treatments are conducted every 4 to 8 weeks depending on the area being treated, until a good result is seen. The number of treatments varies, although typically 6 treatments or more are needed for optimum results.
Treatments can take as little as 10 minutes and up to 1 hour, depending upon the size of area being treated.