Laser Hair Removal F.A.Q's

A patch test will be carried out at your initial consultation, after your details have been taken, including your medical history and any current medications. When your laser practitioner has gone through everything with you and answered all your questions, a patch test will then be performed on the areas which you are considering having a treatment on. This is a minimum of 24 hours prior to the commencement of your first session.

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What is Laser Hair Removal?

This type of hair removal techniques is used to remove unwanted hair permanently from various parts of the body. The treatment is done by using a light that is transformed into heat when absorbed by the melanin in the hair and causes the hair follicles to slow down to reduce the future hair growth. This treatment is a suitable alternative for waxing and shaving.

How regularly do I need to attend my treatments?

How regularly do I need to attend my treatments?

This may be different from person to person depending on the growth, texture and hair colour. With regards to the number of sessions that you've had already. A proper discussion will be held with you and the laser therapist before leaving the Salon.

What is the number of sessions I may need?

What is the number of sessions I may need?

Normally you will be recommended to have between 6-12 sessions of laser hair removal, although this may vary due to the skin and hair colour

What will I need to do before my Laser Hair Removal treatment?

What will I need to do before my Laser Hair Removal treatment?

You will require to perform a patch test before your treatment, which may enable your laser specialist to choose a specific setting that is best for your skin

All areas must be shaved prior to your appointment treatment

Always stay away from the sun before and after your treatment, however you can use an SPF 30 if unavoidable.

You should not use this method of hair removal techniques such as plucking, waxing and electrolysis at least 4 weeks prior to your treatment

What are my expectations after a Laser Hair Removal session?

What are my expectations after a Laser Hair Removal session?

This may vary depending on how many sessions you’ve had together with the skin and hair colour. Your laser specialist will discuss with you before leaving the Salon

Please avoid waxing, epilating and plucking in between your treatment sessions, preferably shaving the treated areas

Your skin may show some signs of redness, in the area of treatment, but this will only last for a few hours

Please avoid contact with the sun after your treatment or you can use your SPF 30 to cover the areas of treatment for prevention

Also avoid using tanning beds for a period of 6 weeks after your treatment

You must not have any tanning before your laser removal. If you do, it will lead to skin burns during your treatment