• How often do I need to get Laser Hair Removal?
    Depending on your hair and skin type and the area being treated, you will usually require treatments at 4-6 week intervals. Each part of the body has a different hair growing cycle, so the hair loss will vary depending on what phase your follicles are in at the time of treatment. However at least 10 treatments are required for a permanent result.
  • I have blonde hair, can I still get Laser Hair Removal?
    Unfortunately, blonde, grey/white and some types of red hair do not respond to treatment. Laser hair removal cannot treat these colours as they do not produce any pigment. Therefore, the laser will not be able to attract hairs of this colour and will essentially miss them.
  • Does Laser Hair Removal hurt?
    One of the benefits of laser hair removal is that the treatment is virtually painless, especially compared to waxing. Each pulse lasts less than second, producing a slight tingling feeling. In particularly sensitive areas, such as the upper lip, it may feel like a rubber band snap on the skin. Our advanced cooling machines used in all laser treatments cools your skin before, during and post treatment to minimise any discomfort.
  • Can I have Laser Hair Removal over the top of tattoos?

    No, unfortunately we cannot put our laser technology over the top of tattoos.

  • I have dark skin, can I get Laser Hair Removal?

    Because we use only the most advanced medical grade Candela Lasers for our laser hair removal treatments, we can treat medium to darker skin tones. We offer two different laser machines, the GentleLase Pro and GentleYag to achieve the safest, most effective results. Our laser technicians use the Fitzpatrick Classification Scale to determine your skin type at consultation, allowing for the most suitable machine to be selected for your hair removal treatment.

    GentleLase Pro is best for skin types with a fair to medium skin tone. GentleYag is best for skin types with a medium to darker skin tone.

    Your laser technician will assess your skin at each consultation and treat you using the most appropriate settings for your skin type and recent results. Your settings will change throughout the course of your laser hair removal treatments to ensure optimal results.  

  • How long should I go in between Laser Hair Removal appointments?

    Depending on your hair and skin type and the area being treated, you will usually require treatments at 4-6 week intervals.

    Each part of the body has a different hair growing cycle, so the hair loss will vary depending on what phase your follicles are in at the time of treatment.

  • What is included in a Full Body Laser Hair Removal treatment?
    The Full Body Laser Hair Removal Treatment covers every areas of the body, excluding the top of the head.
  • What do I need to do to prepare for my Laser Hair Removal appointment?

    Before your appointment, we ask that you:

    • Shave the area between 12-24 hours before your treatment
    • Avoid chemical peels or laser resurfacing
    • Exfoliate to remove any dead skin build up
    • Ensure no residue fake tan is present on the skin
    • Avoid excessive sun exposure on area being treated two weeks prior (including solariums or tanning drugs)
    • Avoid using topical creams/moisturisers, perfumes to the area being treated before appointment
    • Do not wax or pluck hairs four weeks prior to laser treatment
  • What is included in a Female Brazilian?
    A Female Brazilian treatment includes the removal of all hair from the entire pubic area, excluding the anus.
  • What Laser Hair Removal machines do you use?
    We use the medical grade Candela GentleLase Pro and GentleYag Pro which are the most advanced technology to achieve the most advanced results. Our advanced cooling machines used in all laser treatments cools your skin before, during and post treatment to minimise any discomfort.
  • Can I still get Laser Hair Removal if I am pregnant/breastfeeding?

    There are no conclusive studies on laser being safe or unsafe for pregnant or breastfeeding women. If you have any concerns about proceeding with Laser Hair Removal please consult your doctor.