Following a laser hair removal procedure, hairs do not fall out immediately. The hair is shed over a period of days to weeks. Because hair growth and loss naturally occurs in a cycle, to you this may look like continued hair growth. But don.t worry its's a natural process. This is why 6 to eight [...]
If you decide that laser hair removal is a treatment you would like to undergo, do your research. Choose a doctor or practioner who's certified insured and registed with the relevant authorites for laser, dermatology or cosmetic surgery and has experience with laser hair removal treatments. Please be cautious of which laser techology is to [...]
Laser hair removal is a safe treatment as long as it is carried out in the right hands. However like any laser or cosmetic treatment risks of side effects are possible and vary with skin type, hair color, treatment plan and adherence to pre-treatment and post-treatment care. The most common side effects of laser hair [...]
Typically a course of 6 to 8 treatments sessions is required for successful hair reduction. However this is also dependent on your hair growth cycle and the thicknes of your hair.
When it comes to laser hair removal, the laser can only target your hair pigment. So, as long as your hair is not red, white or grey, you should be a suitable candidate for our laser hair removal treatment. By booking a full laser consultation and laser patch test is the best way to find [...]
During your consultation you will required to undertake a laser patch test. This will allow us to check whether your skin is suitable for laser hair removal. Our laser practitioner will examin the area to be treated, the thickness and colour of the hair to establish calculate the right settings for your treatment. A patch [...]
At Skinlogica our laser technology has tip cooling, which means the skin is cooled when the laser handpiece tip comes in contact with the skin. Along with the use of a laser cooling gel, you should experince an almost pain free treatment. Some patientss experience a mild prickling sensation, whilst most have a pain free [...]