Laser hair removal is safe, efficient and cost-effective method of hair removal, ideal for areas such as the face, arms, chest, back and legs because the laser is able to treat large regions at once.
Where do we and where don’t we treat on the body?
This is a question we are asked frequently from our clients. The simple answer is that if you are comfortable, then so are we.
When is the best time during a transition to start laser hair removal?
Depending on the area of the body being treated and the density of hair growth, treatment can be anywhere from 6 months to 1 year, so it may be best to start in the early phases of your transition or, depending on your personal circumstances, even before. A common approach is to first focus on the most visible areas first, areas such as the face and arms.
Laser hair removal and hormone replacement therapy
While hormone replacement therapy reduces hair and result in more feminine growth patterns, it will not take the place of permanent hair removal. It is completely safe to undergo laser hair removal treatments during hormone therapy.
Combining laser hair removal with electrolysis
Laser hair removal is regarded as being a semi-permanent to permanent hair reduction process, whereas electrolysis is the only permanent form of hair removal guaranteed to work on all skin types. However, since it works on a single hair follicle at a time, it can be a time-consuming process. For large patches of hair, many people choose to start with laser treatment to reduce the amount of regrowth, and then finish with electrolysis.
Free one-to-one consultation
Before we do any treatments, we will carry out a free one-to-one consultation to discuss your medical history and check your suitability for the procedure. We will then tailor a treatment procedure specifically to you. If you wish to proceed with treatment, we will carry out a patch test at a cost of £25, which is then deducted from your first treatment.