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How laser hair removal works
Here’s what you can expect from your laser hair removal therapy…
LASER HAIR REMOVAL
Your journey to hair-free life
Here’s an example timeline to help you on your way to a hair-free life. Your therapist will be able to provide more information during your consultation.
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The idea of switching from waxing to laser hair removal can seem like a big step – especially if you’ve been in a routine of waxing for a number of years. But waxing, plucking, epilating, and shaving are all types of hair removal that take a lot of time, effort and money to keep on top of unwanted hair growth. And let’s face it, you’ve got more important things to worry about! If you’re undecided about whether to choose waxing or laser for your hair removal, here are some things to consider. Laser is less painful than waxing Waxing as
Laser hair removal is a safe option for skin of all types. But as with any kind of hair removal treatment, knowing what to avoid before and after your sessions is key to staying safe and getting the best results possible. So consider this your go-to do’s and don’ts checklist for before and after your laser hair removal sessions and you’ll be delighted with the results! Before laser hair removal treatment Before getting laser hair removal treatment at Ministry of Laser, please avoid the following: Fake tan – Your laser technician will tailor your sessions, choosing your laser settings based
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (known as PCOS) is a very common hormone disorder that affects how a woman’s ovaries function. Symptoms can vary for each individual, but the most common symptoms of PCOS include excess facial and body hair growth, weight gain, acne and oily skin. PCOS affects one in five women in the UK, and a lot of our clients who make appointments for laser hair removal in Glasgow suffer from PCOS. Why does PCOS cause excess hair growth? Excess hair growth for women with PCOS is caused by the higher levels of male hormones in their body – primarily
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Before you commit to laser hair removal, we offer a free pre-treatment consultation and patch test.
These are a fundamental part of the laser hair removal process that allow us check your medical history and ensuring suitability for the treatment. It’s also a great time for you to get to know your therapist and for us to answer any questions you have about the process, before you book.
The patch test is really important too. We use it to check that your skin is suitable for laser therapy and that you don’t have any adverse reactions to the laser before proceeding with the full treatment plan. Sound good? Book today!