Laser Hair Removal Is Cheaper Than Ipl Says London Clinic

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City Hair Removal, a London hair removal clinic say that Laser is a more cost effective and cheaper method than IPL. Save London, UK — ( SBWIRE ) — 11/22/2013 — City Hair Removal has been in business for more than 20 years and employs only experienced medical professionals. The clinic is conveniently located in Fenchurch street, London, just a short walk from Bank, Monument, Tower Hill, Monument, and Cannon Street tube stations. The clinic treats upwards of 40 clients every day Monday to Saturday. The clinic say that when it comes to hair removal they would advocate laser treatment over IPL, one reason for this is the number of treatments, on this page they caution potential clients that although IPL may look cheaper it requires many more treatments than laser does to permanently remove hair. Other benefits of laser over IPL treatment are a greatly reduced chance of burning and side effects, more skin types can be treated (City Hair Removal say that IPL is only suitable for Caucasian and some Mediterranean skin types), long lasting even permanent results and pain free hair removal ( see this page on Soprano XL ). City Hair Removal say that when not operated properly IPL treatment has even been known to stimulate hair growth. City Hair Removal has 4 different types of laser, these are Soprano XL, ND:YAG, Alexandrite and The Duetto. The Duetto uses a mixture of ND:YAG and Alexandrite, the clinic recommend this laser towards the end of your treatments, they say it will banish those harder to target hairs that are still remaining.

Hair Removal: For Men Only

Best For : Removing or reducing hair on back, chest, stomach, shoulders, and genital area. Works best on light skin with dark hair; not suitable for blond or white hair. Black skin responds well to only one type of laser, the Nd: YAG. Cost : read this $400-500 per treatment. Lasting Result : After all laser hair removal treatments are completed, results could be almost permanent, with touch-up treatments annually or biannually to maintain results. Expert Comments : “Most men utilize laser hair removal for the back, upper arms, and chest and most want it thinned out, not removed — something which lasers can easily accomplish,” says Goldberg. In fact, other than electrolysis, laser hair removal is the only hair removal treatment that allows for thinning, rather than complete removal.

Wax Vs. Laser Hair Removal

Facials A careless facial performed by an untrained technician can result in serious problems, such as infections or skin that is literally burned off. To stay safe, Borba suggests asking three questions at the salon: 1. Is the person working on your skin certified to be a skin expert? Look at the certificates to make sure he or she is. 2. If the technician is using any electronics or chemical treatments, is he or she used to working with them? Some technicians aren’t trained on all of the equipment, especially because it advances so quickly. 3. Is everything sanitary and in a place you can see it?

Bikini Wax Tips: What You Need To Know Before Getting Hair Removal ‘Down There’

The majority of salons offer waxing services, making it possible to obtain waxing services in any town. Home waxing kits, purchased at any drugstore or beauty supply, allow people to wax in the privacy of their homes. Laser hair-removal must be done in a licensed facility by trained professionals. Such facilities are usually in larger cities, which decreases convenience and increases travel time. Cost Waxing costs less per session, but costs more than laser hair removal over the long run. The average cost for laser hair removal is $429 per session, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Although laser takes several sessions and retouches for successful results, the total investment pales in comparison to the cost of long-term waxing.

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