Almost every part of an adult human being can potentially be covered by hair growth, some people more than others. Whatever your situation, we have the very latest hair removal devices to achieve the best possible results.
Almost every part of an adult human being can potentially be covered by hair growth, some people more than others. For both men and women, this can be difficult to manage and lead to distress and embarrassment when in public. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal condition, found particularly in women of which excess hair is a symptom. Sometimes excess hair growth has no identifiable cause; this tends to be more common in skin types from the Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and South Asian background. This condition can also be hereditary.
How Aesthetics of Liverpool can Help?
Whatever your situation, we have the very latest hair removal devices to achieve the best possible results. Laser hair removal treatment works by targeting the hair follicles with a high beam laser. The laser beam is pulsed over the skin in the area being treated, ensuring that every hair has been targeted across each session. After a few days, the hairs fall out from the root so there are no prickly patches or ingrown hairs. The treatment is suitable for both the face and body and is designed to treat all skin types and tones.
How does laser hair removal treatment work?
The use of Light for Medical purposes has been used for many years, with the use of Lasers becoming increasingly popular in recent years. Laser Hair Removal is a method of gently removing unwanted hair and is medically proven to dramatically reduce hair growth. The treatment works by a process called Photothermolysis whereby light and heat destroys a specific target. With Laser Hair Removal brief pulses of light energy are emitted. This energy is then absorbed by the Melanin in the hair, where if in the right stage of hair growth causes the hair follicle to over-heat. This heat then damages both the hair follicle and bulb, therefore inhibiting future hair growth.
Where on my body can I have treatment
• Bikini area
In fact, most areas of the body can be treated.
What results can be expected?
Results vary depending on the client. Some clients notice a difference after just one treatment, however, most see results by their fourth treatment. Our Laser treatments are progressive, starting on a low setting and slowly increasing with each session to ensure a comfortable yet effective. Results may be slower to start off with but hair will be reduced dramatically. It is also important to bear in mind thicker hair has deeper roots so will take slightly longer to achieve optimum results. Hair growth is a natural process and whilst Laser treatment will significantly reduce hair, no procedure can rid the body completely, therefore we do recommend top-up treatments every few months.
Can I remove excess hair permanently?
There is no way to completely remove all unwanted hair permanently – but there are methods which provide a permanent reduction. Even when the hair follicle is damaged or destroyed via laser or electrolysis, hormonal changes can cause new follicles to develop, meaning hair will grow in that area. Laser hair removal is one of the most effective and long-lasting solutions for hair removal as it targets the individual follicles and is administered through a course of treatments. We also recommend a top-up treatment every 12-18 months to keep on top of the hair removal.
How do I book a consultation?
At Aesthetics of Liverpool our Clinical Team consist of experienced leading professionals. We will work closely with you to listen carefully to your concerns, understand what route you are comfortable with and all in all we give assurances that we will compose the very best treatment route personalised to help you get started on your journey to feeling like the best possible version of you.
To book your consultation with us, please call Aesthetics of Liverpool on 0151 203 1393 and we will look forward to welcoming you.