Does it hurt?
That’s a really good question. The sensation will be different for everyone. What we can tell you is we chose to invest in one of the best lasers available. It’s a Lynton Laser and comes with MOVEO handset. The MOVEO handset has a sapphire cool tip and glides across the skin like an ice cube, making treatments virtually pain free.
How does laser hair removal work?
Light is emitted and absorbed by melanin within the hair, which is then converted to heat energy damaging the hair follicle and preventing a new hair from growing.
What does a laser treatment feel like?
With standard laser hair removal treatments, you can feel what is described as a ‘hot flick’ of an elastic band during treatment. However, with the brand-new pain free Motus MOVEO treatment you will feel little to no sensation at all. The built-in chill tip allows even more comfort for clients especially when treating an area with lots of dense and dark hair.
How many sessions will I need?
The number of sessions required varies from client-to-client and is dependant on many factors. However, as a guideline, it is always recommended to complete a course of at least six sessions per area treated. These sessions will start at a 4 week interval but this may be extended to 6 weeks based on the re-growth. It does mean that you may be having treatments over a total period of 6-12 months.
How long will it take for me to see results?
Clinical studies show that clients have seen outstanding results in as little as four sessions.
Who is suitable for treatments?
Most people are suitable for treatment and we do treat ladies and gentleman. We recommend a consultation with our Laser Specialists to ascertain if the treatment will be successful for you. Grey/white hair has no melanin so is not suitable for treatment
How long does it take to do the treatment?
That does depend on the area we are treating, an underarm treatment is very quick and you will probably find you are in and out within 15 minutes. A full leg treatment may take up to 90 minutes to carry out.