- Face (including upper lip, sideburns, chin)
- Legs (Upper or lower half or full)
- Bikini & Brazilian
- Full Back
- Full Chest
Laser hair removal helps to drastically reduce excess or unwanted body and facial hair, for a smoother skin with long-lasting results. A series of treatments is required to achieve desired results.
Laser hair removal targets the dark pigment in the hair follicle to eliminate the hair at the root. Laser treatments treat the base of the hair follicle to minimize and overtime eliminate hair regrowth.
Please shave 24 hours before your treatment so that the hair is short and the pigment is visible for us to treat. Avoid waxing and depilatory cream as well. Any makeup or creams will be removed from the treatment site before treatment begins. Avoid direct sun exposure & self tanner 2 weeks prior to your laser treatment. Laser hair removal does not treat grey, white, blonde or vellus hair. Avoid retinols 5 days prior to your treatment.
New to laser hair removal?
Please book a “laser hair consultation” at least 24 hours prior to your appointment so we can do a patch test to ensure you do not have any kind of a reaction.
There is no recovery or downtime, so you can return to your regular schedule right after your treatment. Please ensure you apply sunscreen to the area treated every day and avoid direct sun exposure for 2 weeks after.
What is the procedure like?
You may feel a sensation that feels like a tiny rubber band snapping against the skin. We take every measure to maximize your comfort throughout the procedure.
Don’t Tan. This may increase your risks of hyperpigmentation (dark spots) and hypopigmentation (light spots) as well as burns.
Don’t use tanning lotions. While these seem harmless, these products can be irritating to the skin that’s just undergone laser hair removal. You may experience a rash, bumps or a burn. Don’t use prior as well…
Don’t apply lotions with fragrance or perfumes to the area to be treated. These can cause redness, discolouration and irritation.
Don’t apply deodorant to the underarms if this is the area to be treated. Deodorants can cause skin irritation.
Avoid body scrubs. For at lease a few days prior or after as they can be irritating to your skin.