Tuesday 11 August 2020

How much do you know about Laser Hair Removal Treatment?

Image Credit: Thérapie Clinic

{This post is written in collaboration with Austin K}
For those who are tired of plucking, tweezing, shaving, and waxing their unwanted body hair away, laser hair removal treatment could be your perfect choice as it is one of the most advanced hair removal treatments chosen by thousands of people each year, because of its outstanding outcomes.
If you are looking for a permanent hair-free solution within just a few treatments, then search no more, as laser treatment could be your answer. As a cosmetic treatment, the laser is known for its non-invasiveness, precision, and speed in treating unwanted body hair anywhere on your body. The concentrated laser beams target and destroy the hair follicles that are present inside the skin’s surface so that hair no longer grows back and it only affects the specific structures of the hair and follicle, leaving the surrounding skin undamaged.
If you’ve held back, worrying about how much it will hurt, then fear not as the cooling technology attached to the laser will reduce the pricking sensation and make the entire process mainly pain-free and super simple, whilst being very effective. A top tip is to avoid caffeine before your treatment as this can make your skin more sensitive.
Of course, when you are choosing where to have your laser treatment, the price may play a part in the decision-making process but I’d urge you to choose carefully. Don’t go for a small local salon or spa who are just offering laser alongside their other beauty treatments and are offering a rate that appears too good to be true, it probably is! Make sure you choose a reputable clinic, like Thérapie Clinic who have successfully delivered over five million treatments in their network of clinics in the UK and Ireland.
Your decision to go with a trusted and certified clinic will definitely be a good one, as Thérapie Clinic use only medical-grade lasers with the most advanced technology available and this means they can guarantee you the results you want. The great news is that when you are having laser hair removal treatment with an advanced laser you might need fewer treatments than with an older or less effective laser, that a beauty salon may use.

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You’ll feel reassured by your choice of clinic as they’ll want to have a consultation with you before undertaking the treatment. The trained therapist will devise a treatment plan just for you, with factors like your skin and hair types taken into consideration. Normally a course of six treatments is ideal for lasting effect, but you’ll probably start to notice a difference after just two or three treatments. The length of your treatment course will be dependent on the area of your body that you are having treated, for example, a mans chest hair will be far denser and course than a ladies’ upper lip. As part of your consultation, your therapist will do a patch test to ensure that laser hair removal is suitable for you and they will also give you guidance on pre and after laser care.
It’s important to have a course of treatments rather than just the one, as the laser only works on hair that is in the growth phase of the hair cycle, known as anagen and your hair will be in different phases of the growth cycle at different times. Thus, by having a few treatments over a period of weeks, your therapist should be able to reach all the hairs in the anagen phase and help you achieve a good smooth result.
You may be wondering what is the best clinic for you, so check out some of the review sites like Trustpilot and see what genuine customers have to say about the clinic that you are considering using. Also, look at some reputable websites and read more around the topic of laser hair removal, to make sure you fully understand what you are committing to.
Laser hair removal has a lot of advantages going for it and if you can afford the treatments, I’m sure you won’t be disappointed with the lifelong results you’ll achieve. Writing this article has certainly got me interested!

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