Specialist Laser Hair Removal Treatment for Men is available at our London Clinics to permanently and safely remove even the coarsest of hair from areas such as back, shoulders and chest.

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Laser Hair removal for Men

Laser Hair Removal Prices for Men

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Laser Hair Removal Men Packages

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Half face & Neck

2 Areas

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Was £ 729
£609 Total
£77 per session
Chest & Abdomen

2 Medium Areas

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Was £ 639
£539 Total
£68 per session
Full Back & Shoulders

2 Large Areas

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Was £ 809
£679 Total
£85 per session
Full Back + Shoulders + Half Arms + Neck

4 Areas

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Was £ 899
£759 Total
£95 per session
Full Back + Shoulders + Full Arms + Hands + Neck
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Was £ 1,049
£879 Total
£110 per session
Full Back + Shoulders + Chest + Abdomen + Half Arms + Neck

6 Areas

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Was £ 1,499
£1,259 Total
£158 per session
Men’s Full Body

13 Areas (Male bikini and Perianal not available)

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Was £ 2,249
£1,889 Total
£237 per session

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Forehead / Underarms / Perianal (Women only) / Nipples / Navel / Hands / Feet
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Was £ 299
£249 Total
£32 per session
Upper Lip / Chin / Sideburn / Hairline / Cheeks / Jawline / Neck
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Was £ 349
£289 Total
£37 per session
Upper Arms / Lower arms / Shoulders / Abdomen / Bikini Line
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Was £ 549
£459 Total
£58 per session
Half Back / Bikini Hollywood or Brazilian / Chest / Buttocks
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Was £ 559
£469 Total
£59 per session
Lower Legs / Upper Legs / 3/4 Arms
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Was £ 579
£479 Total
£60 per session
Chest & Abs / Full Arms / Full Back (Woman only)
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Was £ 599
£499 Total
£63 per session
Beard & Neck / Upper lip & Chin / Jawline & Chin
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Was £ 579
£479 Total
£60 per session
Full Legs / Full Back & Shoulders (Woman only)
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Was £ 839
£699 Total
£88 per session

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Laser Hair Removal London Treatment

Laser hair removal for men is the deliberate removal of body hair using the technology of laser. Hair generally grows all over the human body, some fine and barely noticeable, with other areas having thicker, more prominent hair.

Laser hair removal uses laser light pulses to selectively destroy hair follicles by targeting the melanin (colour) in them. The pigment in the hair follicle absorbs the laser’s light pulse, which damages the follicle enough to significantly retard hair regrowth. The laser delivers an intense beam of light, which is absorbed by the hair follicle whilst the surrounding tissue remains unaffected.

This process is called selective photothermolysis (photo- means light and thermolysis means to destroy with heat). It is selective as it targets the hair and not the skin. Laser hair removal is not electrolysis, electrolysis works by directing an electric current into each individual hair follicle, which is painful, and time consuming. Hair removal Lasers, on the other hand, can target a large amount of hairs in one go, in a much less painful manner.

Because laser pulses target the melanin within the hair follicle, people with coarse, dark hair and light skin respond best to treatment but dark-haired, dark-skinned individuals, as well as those with light hair and skin, can still achieve the same desired effects with the Nd:YAG hair removal laser used in the pulse Light Clinic. That’s because the Nd:YAG hair removal laser has a longer wavelength and better pigment selectivity than other lasers used for hair removal. It can more precisely penetrate hair follicles, leaving the surrounding skin tissue undamaged. This energy damages and goes on to destroy the hair follicle, thus stopping the follicle from producing further hairs.

Following a laser hair removal treatment, the dead hair needs to come through the skin. It is pushed through and then shed after one to three weeks. During this period the hairs will seem to grow as the new skin pushes them out. After the second laser treatment, depending on skin and hair type, the area can already begin to look patchy as certain hair follicles stop producing new hairs.

The skin may be red immediately after the treatment and the hair follicles where the skin has been treated may be raised and bumpy, this usually subsides within a few hours but can take up to 48 hours for some clients. A very few people experience itching a few days later as the hair is pushed out.

The laser light targets only hair that are actively growing (anagen phase), therefore multiple treatments are necessary to treat all the hair as they are not all growing simultaneously. Different hair follicles will be in different hair growth stages at any one time. For this reason, it requires several laser hair removal sessions to ensure catching all of the hair in the anagen phase.

At Pulse Light Clinic London, our highly experienced practitioners use the laser hair removal system by Gentlemax Pro. This hair removal device is suitable for all skin types and hair types.

It is a safe and gentle laser designed to add versatility and efficiency. This laser is a single consolidated multi wavelength system consisting of a 755nm Alexandrite combined with the 1064nm Nd:YAG laser.  These combined technologies make it one of the fastest on the market for laser hair removal.

Over the past 16 years The Pulse Light Clinic has acquired vast experience in the use of lasers for hair removal (from IPL to Diode lasers and many others) and to date, the best laser for hair removal on light skin is the GentleLase and the best laser for hair removal on dark skin is the GentleYag but dark-haired, dark-skinned individuals, as well as those with light hair and skin, can still achieve the same desired effects with the Nd:YAG laser. That’s because the Nd:YAG laser has a longer wavelength and better pigment selectivity than other lasers used for hair removal. It can more precisely penetrate hair follicles, leaving the surrounding skin tissue undamaged.

Because lasers can only target anagen, or hair follicles in the active growth stage, you should expect to undergo four to six laser hair removal treatments. But you won’t have to wait long to see results. A few weeks after a laser hair removal session, you’ll notice that your unwanted hair has become sparser and finer, your skin smoother, and your pores less visible.

The laser hair removal systems used at Pulse Light Clinic are state of the art machines provided by one of the top leading global non -surgical aesthetics company. Pulse Light Clinic is one of the largest owners of Candela technology in the UK. We are constantly updating our equipment as it comes on to the market ensuring customers are receiving the safest and fastest laser hair removal technology currently available.

Syneron- Candela technology allows Pulse Light Clinic to treat all skin types safely using the Alexandrite and NdYag lasers. These lasers allow treatment of Caucasian, Asian, Hispanic, Arab, Mixed race, Black Caribbean, Black African skin types.

Pulse Light Clinic conduct a skin test typically at the consultation, in order for you to have an idea of what the laser feels like and also to decide if the laser and chosen laser settings are appropriate for your skin at that time. If the skin/patch test does not react you are able to have treatment from as early as 48 hours later!

Have a look at our Instagram and YouTube pages to see how we conduct laser hair removal sessions and to familiarise yourself with how it all works. Or take a look at our latest before and afters

* results may vary from person to person

Laser Hair Removal Near Me

Pulse Light Clinic has 3 laser hair removal clinics in London, two in the heart of the city, within a few minutes from Monument and Bank stations and one clinic on Tottenham Court Rd.

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Laser Hair Removal for Men FAQs

Should men remove body hair?

This question has no right or wrong answer, as it is a personal preference. Some men may remove body hair for aesthetic reasons, while others prefer to keep their natural look.

Some common areas men may remove hair include the chest, back, arms, and legs. It's all about personal preference and what makes you feel comfortable in your skin.

There are many benefits to laser hair removal for men. Not only does it provide a longer-lasting solution compared to shaving or waxing, but it can also reduce ingrown hairs and irritation caused by these traditional methods. Additionally, smooth, hair-free skin can boost confidence and enhance muscle definition in certain areas.

It's important to note that laser treatment for hair removal on men may require more sessions than women due to their typically thicker and denser body hair. Also, laser hair removal may not be suitable for all skin types and hair colours, so it's essential to consult a professional before starting treatment.

How does laser hair removal work?

During the procedure, a concentrated beam of light is directed onto the targeted area, such as the underarms. The light is absorbed by the dark pigment in hair follicles, damaging them and inhibiting future hair growth. This process typically requires multiple sessions to achieve desired results.

Is laser hair removal painful?

This is a common concern for many men, but the truth is that discomfort levels vary from person to person. Some may experience mild stinging or tingling sensations during the procedure, while others may not feel much at all. We operate cooling devices to help minimise any potential discomfort.

Is laser hair removal permanent for men?

Laser hair removal is a long-term solution for reducing unwanted hair, but it's important to note that results may vary from person to person. While some men may see a permanent reduction in hair growth after a few sessions, others may require touch-up treatments every few months to maintain their desired results. It's also essential to follow the recommended treatment plan and attend all scheduled sessions to achieve permanent hair reduction.

How long does a laser hair removal treatment take?

Treatment time depends on the area being treated, with sessions starting from 15 minutes and taking up to 2.5 hours for a full body treatment.

What are the negatives of laser hair removal?

While laser hair removal has many benefits, it also has a few potential negatives. Some people may experience temporary side effects such as redness, swelling, or discomfort in the treated area. These usually subside within a few days but can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.

Laser hair removal can be expensive and require multiple sessions for long-term results. It is important to budget accordingly and plan for follow-up appointments if necessary.

There is also a risk of skin damage or burns if an experienced technician does not perform the procedure correctly. This is why choosing a reputable and qualified provider for your laser hair removal treatments is crucial.

Lastly, some people may not be candidates for laser hair removal due to certain medical conditions or skin sensitivities. Before undergoing the procedure, it is important to disclose any relevant information about your health and medical history.

Does hair grow back thicker after laser hair removal?

This is a common misconception, but the answer is no. Laser hair removal targets the melanin in the hair follicle, and once it is destroyed, the hair will not grow back. However, suppose you were to stop your laser treatments before completing the recommended number of sessions. In that case, some hairs may eventually regrow due to hormonal changes or new growth from previously dormant follicles.

It is also important to note that laser hair removal is most effective on dark, coarse hair. If you have lighter or finer hair, you may require more sessions for optimal results. During your free consultation, our technician will assess your skin and hair type to determine the best course of treatment for you.

Can laser hair removal be performed on tattoos?

Laser hair removal should not be performed directly on tattoos as the laser can disrupt the ink and cause fading or skin discolouration. It is essential to avoid treating areas with tattoos during the hair removal process.

Do you shave before laser hair removal?

Yes, shaving the treatment area before undergoing laser hair removal is recommended. This helps ensure the laser can target the hair follicles directly and effectively. If there is visible hair on the surface, it may interfere with the effectiveness of the treatment.

Shaving also helps prevent discomfort or pain during the procedure, as the laser won't have to pass through longer hairs. Our practitioners will provide pre-treatment instructions for optimal results at your free consultation.

Can I shave after laser hair removal?

Yes, you can shave after laser hair removal. However, the treated area may be slightly sensitive and red immediately after the procedure, so it is recommended to wait a day or two before shaving. This will also give any potential swelling or irritation time to subside.

Furthermore, shaving after laser hair removal can improve the results. As the hairs continue to grow back in, they will be thinner and lighter in colour due to the effects of the laser treatment. Regularly shaving these hairs will help maintain these results and prevent them from growing back thicker and darker.

Can I wax after laser hair removal?

Waxing after laser hair removal is generally not recommended. Waxing involves pulling the hair out at the root, which can disrupt the hair growth cycle and interfere with the results of your laser treatment. This could lead to patchy regrowth or even reverse the effects of the laser.

If you must remove hair between laser treatments, it is best to stick with shaving or a depilatory cream. These methods only remove the visible portion of the hair and do not affect the follicle or its growth cycle.

Additionally, it is important to wait until any redness or sensitivity from your laser session has subsided before attempting hair removal. This will allow your skin time to heal and reduce the risk of irritation or complications.

Is laser hair removal safe for all skin types?

Laser hair removal can be safe for all skin types, but it is essential to use the appropriate laser technology for different skin tones. Consult with a trained professional to determine the most suitable treatment for your skin type.

Does laser hair removal affect male fertility?

This is a common concern among men considering laser hair removal. However, there is no evidence to suggest that the procedure impacts male fertility. The laser only targets the hair follicles and does not penetrate deep enough to affect reproductive organs.

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