Get silky-smooth skin and say goodbye to shaving, waxing, and plucking with our laser hair removal technology. Safe, comfortable, and efficient for any body area.

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Up to 90% hair reduction 
Major reduction in Ingrown hairs.

From 15 mins per treatment
Free consultations & patch tests

Clinic In Bank, EC3M 6BB
Opposite the Sky Gardens

What is Laser Hair Removal?

Laser hair removal method affects hair follicles while they grow, which is called the anagen stage. When using a laser beam is producing accurately controlled pulses of light and affects the pigment or the melanin of the hair reaching into the existing hair follicles under the skin. Basically, the light burns the hair – directly to the root – harmlessly destroying it without burning the tissue or skin. This process is also called photothermal destruction.

Usually, photothermal treatments are courses of six or eight sessions, following the period when hair will be visibly decreased or permanently removed, and the skin will be smoother and healthier.

Which is more beneficial for hair removal, IPL or laser?

Often, the IPL method will need more sessions and may generate less hair reduction. The new laser machines we operate within the clinic are more advanced and powerful than IPL technology, with less pain as they are equipped with cooling accessories. Meanwhile, our lasers can satisfy a broader range of skin and hair types than an IPL would. For that purpose, we utilise IPL for more inclusive treatments such as skin rejuvenation.

Even though most skin experts believe that when customers simply require to remove their hair, an actual laser is the best method, both lasers and IPL are useful when being carried by a qualified laser practitioner. It is required to consult our practitioners for any special concerns but also to take into consideration the skin type so that we can guide you on the most suitable plan for your needs.

Who can and can’t receive laser treatments?

Most male and females over the age of 18 years are suitable for laser treatments. Any skin or medical condition will be reviewed through the consultation, and hence any contraindications which may jeopardise the treatment will be remarked.

Particular conditions prevent clients from being treated with light-based machines; usually, they are related to medications that produce light (photo) irritation or for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

* results may vary from person to person

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