LASER HAIR REMOVAL CLINIC


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Unwanted facial and other body hair is a problem for many people, both men and women.
Laser hair removal is more effective, cheaper than electrolysis and other hair removal techniques in the long-term. 
Research reveals that lasers are only effective when the hair is in the growing phase (Anagen Phase), about 85% of our body hairs are in the phase at any given time.
A light skin person with dark or black skin with coarse texture is the best candidates for laser hair removal.
Dark skinned people with white or grey hair are the worst candidates for laser hair removal.
Light skinned with fine red or blonde hairs need more sessions of laser hair removal to achieve the desired hair reduction.
At Doctors Makeover, our cosmetic surgery clinic, we use top of the range Candela Gentle with cooling system (also Zimmer Cool) and other lasers machines for different types of hair and all skin colours. We ceased to use Intensive Pulse Light (IPL) from 2010 because of its potential risks and ineffectiveness. Our staff is trained and have experience in performing hair hair removal and using laser equipment. We offer high quality laser hair reduction at low prices, for a free consultation with our trained and highly experienced laser hair removal therapist please contact us on: 07769803090

  • How does laser hair removal work?

    Laser is a single view length light which works by targeting the melanin pigment in the hair and disables the hair follicle beneath the skin surface.
    It is thought that shaving, plucking and waxing are things of the past. Laser technology is approved by FDA for permanent hair reduction in humans. During laser firing, the pigment which is naturally found in the hair (melanin) absorbs the light energy and conducts it to the hair root (hair follicle) where the light energy converts to heat and temperature usually reaches above 65 degree Celsius, to the point of being able to kill off the hair follicle cell. Therefore, the hair has been irreparably and permanently damaged by the light heat energy generated by the laser and the hair falls off soon after such damage.
    However, hair growth has three phases. About 85% of our body hairs are in active growth (anagen) and they are connected to blood vessels and contain a maximum amount of melanin. Therefore, because the laser absorbs by melanin in the hair and generates heat in the hair follicle to denature its cell proteins and blocks off the blood supply to the hair follicle is more effective against hair at the anagen phase. The laser hair removal procedure needs to be repeated on several occasions (usually 6 occasions) because some of the hairs in the area to be treated by laser are not in anagen stage and they are in catagen or regressive phase. About 3% of the body hairs are in regressive phase and stop growing for about two weeks at any given time and laser and light treatment will not affect such hairs as they are almost invisible to the laser and light energy. The third phase of hair growth in which on average 10% to 12% of our body hairs, are "resting" for up to five weeks before falling out and new hairs grow in the same places at any given time, is called the telogen phase. Laser also has no effect on the hairs which are at telogen stage. Therefore, research shows that lasers are only effective in Anagen Phase.
  • What are the factors which effects the laser hair removal?

    One of the important factors which influence the result of laser hair removal is the quality and technological specification of the laser equipment which is being used, as there a wide range of different qualities of the same wave length laser machines are on the market. The second most important factor is the person who is operating the system and carrying out the hair removal procedure, as the laser and other light hair removal technologies are heavily “operator dependent”. Therefore, it is important for the operator to be trained appropriately in the use of the equipment because each manufacturer has their own specification. However, there are other factors which are wealth to be considered. It is known that light skinned people response much better than dark skinned people to any sort of laser hair removal methods. The light skin also needs fewer sessions of laser hair removal to achieve the same result as a dark skin might need several more sessions. It is also important to prevent excessive sun exposure and tanning before and during the course of laser hair removal.
    The next important factor is the colour of the hair and it is known that when there is a maximum differentiation between the colour of the skin and hair, the laser works better and laser hair removal treatment result will be excellent. It is also known that black colour hairs with coarse texture respond much better to laser hair removal than fine light brown hairs which need more laser hair removal sessions. Therefore, black and dark hair of coarse texture, dark and medium brown hairs do better than fine and light brown hairs when they are treated with laser. Grey and white hairs like melanin pigmentation and they are almost impossible to be eradicated by laser hair removal. It is also known that not all of our hairs are in the same cycle of hair growth and laser only act on the hairs which are in active growth phase (anagen). Therefore, hair cycle plays an important role in laser hair removal and always more than one session of laser hair removal to the same area is necessary to produce the desired hair elimination effect. There are other factors needs to be considered such as history of herpes in the area to be treated by laser and your laser therapist should be aware of such problem. Laser hair removal is a safe procedure but if there is a history of easy scar formation it should be brought to the attention before the start of laser hair removal treatment.

    Dr Thomas Fitzpatrick's skin classification, according to individual's skin tolerance to sunlight.

    Type of Skin Colour of Skin

    Skin susceptibility to sunlight

     Colour of Hair  Suitability of hairs to laser hair removal
    Skin Type I White very fair shin, blond or red hairs, blue eyes with freckles Always burns on sun exposure and never tans.

    Grey hairs 

    Blonde hairs

    Red hairs

    Brown hairs

    Black hairs

    Poor results

    Needs more sessions

    Needs more sessions

    Excellent results

    Excellent results

    Skin Type II White with fair skin, blond or red hair, and green eyes Burns but tans with difficulties

    Grey hairs

    Blonde hairs

    Red hairs

    Brown hairs

    Black hairs

    Poor results

    Needs more sessions

    Needs more sessions

    Excellent results

    Excellent results

    Skin Type III White cream skin, fair hair and eye colour mild burn and slowly tans

    Grey hairs

    Blonde Hairs

    Red hairs

    Brown hairs

    Black hairs

     Poor results

    Needs more sessions

    Needs more sessions

     

    Excellent results

     

    Excellent results

    Skin Type IV Mediterranean, brown skin burns rarely but tans with ease

    Grey hairs

    Red hairs

    Blonde hairs

    Brown hairs

    Black hairs

     

    Poor results

    Needs more sessions

    Needs more sessions

    Excellent results

    Excellent results

    Skin Type V Mid-Eastern, dark brown burns very rarely and tans very easily

    Grey hairs

     

    Red hairs

    Blonde hairs

    Brown hairs

    Black hairs

     

    Needs much more sessions (poor)

    Needs more sessions

    Needs more sessions

    Needs more sessions

    Needs more sessions

    Skin Type VI typically African, Black Never burns and tans very quickly

    Grey hairs

    Red hairs

    Blondehairs

    Brown hairs

    Black hars

     

     

     

    Needs much more essions (poor)

    Needs much more sessions

    Needs much more sessions

    Needs much more sessions

    Needs much more sessions

     

  • How can I prepare myself for laser hair removal?

    There are a number of measures you can take to obtain a better result from your laser hair removal procedure. We recommend that you should refrain from waxing, tweezing, threading, bleaching, electrolysis and use of depilatory products for at least 2-4 weeks prior to your laser hair removal treatment because laser light energy needs to absorbed and be conducted by the hair trunk to the hair root (follicle) to be effective. For the same reason any kind of sunbathing, sun tanning, solarium and sun bed should be avoided for at least 4-6 weeks prior to laser hair removal treatment. You can shave but it helps your trained laser therapist if she can visualise your hair colour and texture on your first session of  laser hair removal treatment to assess your hair colour, texture and density. It is also known that laser light can be obstructed or refracted negatively by makeup, lotions, deodorant and other products on the skin. Therefore, these products should be removed prior to treatment. Occasionally, if the area to be treated by laser is pigmented, use might recommend hydroquinone cream as instructed for a period of 4-6 weeks prior to laser hair removal treatment. Please note that when you are using Hydroquinone, you need to use sunscreen lotion daily (minimum factor 30).

  • Is anything I should do on the day of my laser hair removal treatment?

    We recommend that you should wash the area to be treated with laser hair removal thoroughly to ensure removal of all foundation, make-up, skin creams and preparations such as spray, stick and roll-on deodorants because presence of these make up may reflect or refract the laser. You should only shave if you were instructed to do so by your laser hair removal therapist. Please do not apply any perfume, deodorant, powder or any other foundation and make-up preparations. It is best to wear or bring appropriate clothing such as G-string for bikini line, groin and buttocks area.  It is a good idea to avoid tight clothing and if your treatment requires local anaesthetic creams such as EMLA analgesic cream, you should arrive at least 30 minutes before treatment is planned and inform your designated laser therapist on your arrival.

  • How do you assess the patient before laser hair removal?

    During your initial free, no obligation consultation, we will ask you to fill in a form which covers your relevant medical history and we assess your suitability for laser hair removal and give you information on the pros and cons of laser hair removal. If you decided to use our services for laser hair removal, you will be supplied with a copy of your informed consent form which covers the main adverse-effects of laser hair removal and your laser trained therapist will carry out your laser hair removal treatment. One of the main universal criteria for skin assessment is individual's skin tolerance to sunlight which has been designed by Dr Thomas Fitzpatrick in 1975.  According to  Fitzpatrick skin classification people in group I, II and III are best for laser hair removal as the hair of these skin types absorbs more laser and they need less laser hair removal treatment sessions to achieve the best results.

  • What does laser hair removal involves?

    Before lasering, the hair will be shaved and skin will be prepared then the laser machine will be programmed according to the colour of your skin, colour and texture of your hair before the aesthetic operator targeting the hairs and eliminating them by firing laser. It is important both the aesthetic practitioner and the patient protect their eyes from the laser by wearing suitable eye protection goggles.

  • How should I plan my subsequent laser hair removal treatment sessions?

    We recommend that your laser hair removal treatment sessions should be 4-10 weeks apart. It is important to avoid waxing, electrolysis, tweezing and plucking and depilatory and bleaching cream to control unwanted hair growth in the area which has been treated by the laser and to obtain the desired effect during the course of your laser hair removal treatment it is best to stay away from engaging in sunbathing, sun tanning, and solarium and sun bed usage. You are advised to wear minimum factor 30 sunscreen.

  • What are the side-effects of laser hair removal?

    Depending on the type of laser equipment and knowledge, skills and experience of the operator laser hair removal is a safe and painless procedure which might only cause slight temporary redness, bumpy, puffy and swollen which disappear within a few hours after completion of laser hair removal. Redness is like very mild sun burn and the bumpiness is the result of the heat generated by the laser trying to escape from the hair follicle. These are normal reaction after laser but if some crusting occurs moist the area with plenty of Vaseline until it subsides.
    However, more laser energy is absorbed into the skin of the people with dark skin during laser hair removal which might occasionally lead to mild and temporary skin colour changes. Therefore, there are very dark skins which might not be suitable for laser hair removal and in addition, some drugs such as isotretinoin (accutane) associated with adverse reaction to laser hair removal and medical history should be checked before laser hair removal. Redness and red spots may appear on the treated area. Rarely, tightening and some blistering of the skin may appear after 8 - 10 hours after laser hair treatment may crust which takes about two weeks to disappear completely. Decreased skin pigment (hypopigmentation) or increased localised skin pigmentation (hyperpigmentation) after laser hair removal treatment is more likely to occur in dark skinned clients and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation usually disappears within several weeks. Localised herpes simplex experiencing a recurrence following laser hair removal treatment should be treated.
    We mainly use Candela Gentle Yag laser with a cooling system which is suitable for all types of skin colour and it is safe, effective and painless high quality systems. 
    Laser hair removal is medically approved and is a convenient method to get rid of unwanted body hairs for both man and woman. Laser hair removal is a quick and painless procedure and depending on the area size to be treated and the technological specification after laser machine to be used it can take minutes to hours in duration and you can continue with your daily activities without any interruption. You need a course of laser hair removal consisting of usually six sessions with intervals of about 4 to 8 weeks between each session. 

  • Should we speak about permanent laser hair removal or laser hair reduction?

    It is well-known in the hair removal industry that there is no perfect system of complete and permanent hair removal. Therefore, we should be honest in dealing with the public and speak about laser hair reduction, although we also know that laser hair removal depends on several factors including the colour of skin and hair apart from number of sessions and most importantly the type and quality of laser equipment. Because laser is a single wave beam of light which can be targeted more specifically and it is more effective against hairs than Intensive Pulse Light (IPL) systems. There is almost general consensus that good quality laser system such as Candela Gentle Yag which is currently in use in our clinic can remove up to 90% of hairs after a course of 6 sessions. It is also recommended that after such an achievement a session of laser hair removal per year will keep the area in which hair has been removed under control as some of the hair may start to regrow but they are finer than original hairs in texture and respond to laser hair removal treatment. Therefore, it might be more correct to speak about laser hair reduction rather than permanent laser hair eradication.  Occasionally, about 10 days after laser hair removal, there are some hairs which might seem regrowing, these are dead hairs and they fall off soon and continue to shed in the next six weeks.

  • What should I expect from each session of laser hair removal treatment?

    After the first session of hair removal 5 to 10% and after the second session 10 – 20%  and after third session up to 30% fourth up to 60%, fifth laser hair removal session up to 90% and finally the sixth session might lead to 85 – 90 to 95% hair loss. However, there are several factors which effect laser hair removal read more.

  • Does laser hair removal hurt?

    Laser hair removal is painless (depending on the type and quality of laser equipment) but discomfort and pain are unpleasant and subjective feelings and laser hair removal is less painful than plucking, waxing and shaving. For laser hair removal, we mainly use Candela Gentle Laser Machine which is equipped with cooling system and it is well-known in the hair removal industry to be a painless procedure. Occasionally, we also use other laser depending on your skin and hair characteristics. Therefore, taking into account your tolerance, we might be able to apply local anaesthetic creams and give you mild painkillers such a paracetamol before your laser hair removal procedure. However, we are aware that pain sensation is one of our natural body defence mechanism and help us to fine-tune and adjust the light energy delivered by the laser machine to prevent any skin burning during your laser hair removal procedure. On completion of your laser hair removal procedure you can apply ice packs to the area to reduce redness and swelling. Skin burn and superficial blister formation is very rare but a known complication of laser hair removal which, despite being even rarer event with advanced high tech laser machines, can be treated by an antibiotic cream until complete healing without leaving any marks.

  • Does laser hair removal treatment painless everywhere on the body?

    Generally speaking, laser hair removal treatment is not painful procedure but some people describe the firing beam of laser as feeling like momentary snapping of a rubber band against the skin. However, pain threshold is different between individual and some areas of the body such as lips, underarm and bikini are more sensitive than others. It is also known that light skin and finer hairs are less painful than coarse and thick laser hair removal treatment.
  • Who is not suitable for laser hair removal treatment?

    It is known that very dark and black skin and grey or white hair are unfavour for laser hair removal treatment. Tanned skin colour also might cause problem particularly if the skin bares fines light hair. There are a few skin conditions which almost exclude the sufferer from having laser hair removal treatment, for example, psoriasis and history of easy keloid scar formation and presence of active skin infections. It is also not given to pregnant woman and children.
  • Is laser hair removal treatment different in male and female?

    Areas of hair growth in men are extensive and shaving, waxing and electrolysis are painful. In comparison, laser hair removal treatment offers the accuracy of shaving and longevity of electrolysis, therefore, laser hair removal treatment is an ideal method of hair removal treatment in men because other methods such as waxing, and electrolysis is more painful in a man than a woman.
    Bushy eyebrows and facial hair are common in men but some women also have hairs on their chin, upper lip and sides of their face. Laser hair removal treatment is a safe procedure on the face but eyes need to be protected. We advice six sessions of laser hair removal treatments for face and see our laser hair removal price list and if you take a course of 6 sessions we add an additional session free of charge. With our top of the range Candela Gentle laser it takes about 15 minutes for full face laser hair removal treatment. Once the facial hairs have been removed you need a touch up laser hair removal treatment per year to keep the hair under control.
    Back and shoulder hairs are common in more than half of the adult male population. Depending on the colour of hairs and the skin and thickness of density of hairs 5 to 9 sessions of laser hair removal treatment is necessary for back and shoulder hair removal. See our laser hair removal price list and offer an additional free session if you book a course of 6 sessions. We use the top of the range Candela Gentle laser equipment in our clinic and it takes about 30 minutes for back and shoulder laser hair removal treatment.
    Underarm is a relatively small area and it takes a few minutes to be done by our Candela Gentle laser equipment. We suggest 6 sessions see our laser hair removal price list.
    Chest and abdominal hairs are thick and the best treatment for them is laser hair removal otherwise they are very painful with other methods like waxing and tweezing. We recommend at least 6 sessions and offer a session free of charge. It is necessary to have at least a session per year to keep the chest and abdominal hair under control. We charge see our laser hair removal price list. or slightly less depending on hair density.
    Hairy bikini area is prone to irritation, itching, inflammation, infection and folliculitis and laser hair removal treatment is effective, simple and painless and usually eradicate the hairs and reduce unpleasant sensations. The success of laser hair removal treatment depends on the colour and texture of your hair and colour of your skin and with our top of the range Candela Gentle laser see our laser hair removal price list. and if you take a course of 6 we will add an additional session free of charge.
    Arms and legs laser hair removal are popular and usually they need 8 sessions and see our laser hair removal price list. you need to keep hair regrowth under control by at least having a session per year.

  • What are the recommended methods of hair removal for each part of the body?

    There is a general consensus among experts that laser hair removal is much superior in terms of effectiveness and works on all parts of the body. However, there are some evidence that laser hair removal treatment works better on face, bikini, arms, underarms and legs areas than the rest of the body.  see our laser hair removal price list.

  • What are your post laser hair removal treatment instructions?

    Please also read pre-treatment instructions which influence the outcome of your laser hair removal treatment. However, it is also important to keep in mind a few helpful hints during the period of post laser hair removal treatment. There is almost always some redness or swelling after each laser hair removal treatment. It is known that swelling reduces within hours but redness takes longer to resolve. Some patients complain tenderness in the area, very similar to mild sunburn. We recommend that you should avoid sun exposure until the skin has no more tenderness, redness and swelling. Your trained laser hair removal therapist may recommend a post-laser lotion that should be used twice a day for 3 days after each treatment.
    You can use makeup about 2 hours after the completion of laser hair removal treatment unless blistering has occurred. It is better to use powder instead of a deodorant for underarms, during the first 24 hours after your laser hair removal.
    Please avoid tweezing, waxing picking, scratching or using hair removal methods that disturb the hair in its follicle and avoid shaving the hair within a week of treatment unless absolutely necessary. During the first three days after your laser hair removal treatment, when washing the treated skin, always be gentle and pat dry.  You can on the fourth day, gently scrubbing the area to exfoliate. It is known that the treated hairs will shed and fall out for anywhere from 1-3 weeks post- laser hair removal treatment. After the first week, you may begin gently pulling out the shedding hairs. The hairs should come out as if unattached to the skin; if not, wait several days and try again. It is best to avoid hot baths, steam, sauna and swimming and any sports or strenuous activities for at about 8 hours after your laser hair removal treatment.
    Contact the clinic and speak to you laser therapist or the doctor, if you are worried about any problem.
    We also supply you with a “laser hair removal Instruction" sheet to remind you some points. It is known that laser hair removal is more effective and even cheaper than electrolysis and similar techniques in the long-term.

  • What factors effects the laser hair removal prices?

    The area in which you are living also influences the price of the laser hair removal  and it is varied greatly in different geographic locations, for example, you can obtain the same treatment for a fraction of price which you are paying in a Harley Street or Centre of other city clinics. The price of the laser hair removal also depends on the type and quality of the laser equipment and the laser therapist skills. Laser hair removal are charged per session. we also offer a course of 6 with some discount apart from adding a free laser hair removal session at the end of your laser hair removal treatment, if you pay in advance.
    How laser hair removal treatment prices compares with costs of other methods of hair removal in the long-term?
    Other methods of hair removal include; shaving, electrolysis, tweezing, depilatory creams and other techniques. If you note down the number of razor blades, waxing kits which you need to buy during your lifespan and add up the cost of skin care creams and preparations, electrolysis and threading and other methods to it, you will be in agreement with us that laser hair removal treatment is far cheaper and the best long-term investment in yourself. In addition, your skin permanently feels smoother and softer after a few sessions of laser hair removal treatment. please see above our laser hair removal price list. 
  • Is laser hair removal treatment influenced by age?

    We carry out laser hair removal treatment on over 18. It is known that young people are more sensitive to the body hair and many of them are annoyed by their hair. Particularly when the hair is on their face, arms and legs. It is known that shaving and waxing might accelerate and change the texture of hair on young people. Therefore, laser hair removal treatment is a painless and effective alternative method of hair removal. Please laser and other light therapies are not effective against grey and white hairs.see our laser hair removal price list.

  • Can laser hair removal treatment be carried out during pregnancy?

    There is no clear research based on evidence on the effect of laser hair removal treatment during pregnancy.  However, our knowledge indicates that only laser penetrates a few millimetres into the skin and theoretically is harmless particularly during the first half of pregnancy.  During the second half of the pregnancy it is best to avoid any laser hair removal over the abdomen and bikini and breast area.  In our clinic, we normally advise pregnant ladies to wait until well after their delivery.    However, during pregnancy it is known facial, breast abdomen and limbs hair growth increases because of the hormonal changes during pregnancy. 

  • How much does laser hair removal cost, laser hair removal price list?

    Laser hair removal equipment are very vary in their quality and effectiveness. From October 2010, we are using the top quality Candela Gentle laser. We believe that we are one of the most competitive service providers in the country. We charge per area and please read our general price policy and click here for our laser hair removal price list.

    LASER HAIR REMOVAL AREA FEMALE (price in Pounds) MALE (price in Pounds) promotion/free session
    Abdomen (line) 20 35 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Abdomen (whole) 40 50 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Abdomen & Chest 80 110 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Arms Upper - all around 45 60 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Arms Lower - all around 40 55 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Arms Whole - all around 70 100 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Armpits (underarms) 20 30 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Back (lower) 45 55 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Back (upper) 45 65 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Back (full) 80 110 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Back and shoulders 80 110 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Buttocks 60 80 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Bikini (line) 20 50 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Bikini (extended) 30 60 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Bikini (full, Hollywood) 40 70 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Cheeks 30 40 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Chin 20 30 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Chest (including breast/nipples) 50 70 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Face(sides) 20 30 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Ears 20 35 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Feet & toes 30 40 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Face (full) 40 50 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Hands & fingers 25 30 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Legs (lower - all around) 70 95 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Legs (upper - all around) 70 100 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Legs (full - all around) 120 150 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Nipples 20 25 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Neck - front 20 30 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Neck - back 20 30 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    Neck - full 40 55 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    sides of the face 25 35 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    sideburns 25 40 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    shoulders 30 50 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
    upper lip 20 25 Book a course of 6 and get one session free
  • How you compare different methods of hair removal?

    Hair Removal Methods

    advantages of  Each Method of Hair Removal

    Disadvantages of Each Method of Hair Removal

     Hair Removal by Threading

    Can be done quickly.

    hairs might grow slowly

     

     temporary measure

    discomfort and pain.

    can be on certain areas such as eyebrows and face

     

     Hair Removal by Waxing  

    Relatively easy to perform

    Can be done quickly and last about 4 weeks.

    Hair may grow finer in the long term .

     

     temporary measure

    discomfort and pain.

    hair may grow faster

     Hair Removal by Shaving  

    Relatively easy to perform

    Can be done quickly

    Cheap but in long-term add up

     temporary, fast re-gwoth 

    skin irritation, abrasions and cuts

    ingrowing hairs.

     Hair Removal by epilation  

    Relatively easy to perform

    Can be done quickly and last about 4 weeks.

    Hair may regrow finer and less in the long term

     temporary measure, needs regular repeat

    skin irritation and abrasions 

    discomfort and pain and ingrowing hairs..

    hair may grow faster

     Hair Removal by Epilatories  

    Easy and relatively painless to perform

    Can be done for any area.

    Hair may regrow less in the long-term

     temporary measure, chemical smell 

    skin irritation and rash..

    hair may grow faster

     Hair Removal by Electrolysis  

    Needs special skills to be effective in the long-term. 

     painful, risk of scarring

    may take a long time (years) to obtain.result  

    skin irritation, abrasions and cuts

    expensive

     Hair Removal by Laser and Intensive Pulse Light (IPL)

     relatively painless, depending on the equipment

    Fast laser hair removal, almost permanent.

    can be used for any area ob the body

    can be use on all types of skin

    6 sessions of laser hair removal can reduce hairs by about 90% of hairs and could last up

     Lasers are better than Intensive Pulse Light (IPL)

    need a course of 6 sessions

    does not effect white hairs

    may cause skin discolouration but almost all are temporary

    superficial burn is known rare complication

     

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