Facial Hair Removal In Norwich
With over 16,000 treatments performed to date, Laser Hair Removal is a safe an effective treatment to permanently remove unwanted hair on just about any part of the body. We use the Soprano Ice, a world renowned laser leaving smooth, hair free skin skin from almost any part of the body. Our technicians are the best qualified and most experienced in East Anglia giving guaranteed results on most areas except the Face. The unique nature of facial hair means that we can often achieve long lasting significant reductions in facial hair growth but occasional top-ups are often required.
Why Facial hair removal?
Facial hair is typically only associated with men. Whilst it’s true that men have much more prominent facial hair than women, this doesn’t mean women’s faces are entirely hair free.
Many women experience unsightly hairs on their upper lip and chin, typically caused by a hormone imbalance during instances of pregnancy and POS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). This can cause extreme embarrassment, especially if the hair is dark and visibly noticeable.
Due to this, some women may even resort to shaving this facial hair off. In addition to razor burn and ingrown hairs, shaving this area could also resort to little cuts if you’re not careful – this will simply heighten the obviousness of your hair, making it clear to everyone you come into contact with that you’ve tried to shave.
Whilst commonly associated with larger areas of the body such as legs, laser hair removal is equally effective on the face. We use highly advanced Soprano Laser technology to specifically target unwanted hair on the upper lip and chin. Varying wavelengths of light are used, administering intense beams directly to the hair follicles to destroy them and inhibit further hair growth. A hair-free face will be achieved with repeated treatments, successfully eliminating embarrassment – without risky shaving!
Advanced Laser Technology
The Soprano Ice provides effective results for all skin tones and hair types and is virtually painless. Treatments can be performed on tanned & dark skin and patients can benefit from no down time. It’s the perfect laser for sensitive or hard to reach areas too.
ditch the Razor! Say hello to laser!
Laser Hair Removal allows you to ditch the razor for good, eliminating the need to think about shaving ever again.
Laser Hair Removal Specialists
We employ only the best laser specialists to treat patients at the clinic. As well as this, we use only the best equipment on the market.
Frequently Asked Questions
During your consultation with us, we’ll answer any questions or concerns you may have.
One session of laser hair removal typically won’t take longer than an hour, but this depends on the specific areas receiving treatment.
Prior to actual treatment taking place, we offer a free test service in which a patch test is conducted a few days before the first treatment. This is to rule out any potential allergic reactions your skin may have.
Before arriving, we highly recommend shaving your chosen treatment area to prepare your skin for the laser. If hair is still present, pigment above the skin will absorb the light as opposed to the deeper follicles, causing the entire treatment process to be virtually ineffective.
Some other methods of administering laser hair removal can be painful due to short, sharp administration of light.
However, the Soprano technology we use here guarantees a virtually painless experience over all areas of skin. Its unique cooling mechanism ensures skin doesn’t sting or burn due to the laser’s heat, and outer layers of visible skin won’t be damaged.
Multiple treatments every 4-6 weeks are likely required to be entirely hair-free for a long period of time; hair must be treated at the correct point of its growth cycle to ensure maximum follicle damage.
If you’ve received treatment on a typically-exposed part of your body, we highly recommend staying out of the sun during the entire process of receiving laser hair removal treatments.
Skin may be slightly sensitive or red directly after treatment, but this is totally normal and should subside within 24-48 hours.