Laser Hair Removal

What is Laser Hair Removal?

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Laser hair removal is still one of the most popular aesthetic procedures. The treatment has gained acceptance globally and has become the standard for both women and men of all ages from early teens upward.
Due to technological advances, laser hair removal is now even quicker, more convenient and more affordable than ever before – enabling the fast treatment of larger areas with minimal discomfort and no downtime.

Why The Skin Nurse?

The Skin Nurse team is here to support your journey, guiding you every step of the way.

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FAQ

Why do I need a consultation and patch test before starting laser hair removal treatment?

This is a very important part of your laser hair removal treatment, on consultation we check through your medical  and skin history, assess your skin and hair to ensure you are suitable and answer any questions you may have regarding treatment.

Your patch test is  vitally important as it allows us to test your skin for any sensitivity from the laser and also will ensure you are a suitable candidate for treatment.

How long should I leave between each laser hair removal session?

We recommend  leaving 4-6 weeks between each session.

Can I tan while having laser hair removal treatment?

No, tanning is not recommended while having laser hair removal. Tanning does have an impact on the amount of sessions needed and will impact on your results. This is more prevalent when you begin your treatments as it is important to have at least 6-8 treatments with a 6-8 week gap in-between.

Can I use fake tan while having laser hair removal treatment?

You can apply Fake Tan approximately 5 days after your session and between each session. It is vital that you don’t use any tan for a week before your treatment and ensure that you are exfoliating your skin daily to remove any residue. If there is any residue on the skin we cannot perform your treatment until all tan is removed.

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