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Ingrown hair removal treatment with laser. Does it work?

Laser Hair Removal is the fast, best and the only most effective choice for the treatment of ingrown hair. Ingrown hair are most commonly caused by excessive shaving or waxing. In case the hair follicle gets infected due to bacteria or fungus the area closer to ingrown hair becomes irritated, develops dark raised scars or small red bumps.

Ingrown hair can be caused in most body areas but commonly found on face, legs, underarms and bikini area. As laser beam can destroy the hair follicle at deeper levels than what is possible using shaving, tweezing, waxing or electrolysis, ingrown hair treated with laser produces the most effective result.

Where to start from?

It all start with analysing and skin typing. Being able to describe the correct skin type is at the core of achieving effective hair removal results. To know your Fitzpatrick skin type continue to read.

Want to know more about how are we supporting our customers to save money on laser treatments? Please continue to read.

Complete price list for laser hair removal can be found from below link. Please note an important requirement before treatment can be carried out is for you to attend a free consultation and patch testing appointment. This is also visible in the below price list as free item.

Use the "Free Consultation & Patch Test" to go through the availability calendar to find out if the desirable date is available. There are no payments needed to book a session. Please note it is mandatory to book a consultation and patch test at least 48 hours before making the booking for the actual treatment.

There are a number of preparatory steps to be understood and taken to ensure your laser hair removal visit goes through quicker and you are better prepared.

Browse through frequently asked questions (FAQs) we get from clients about the laser hair removal treatments. Please give us indication that content is helpful to you through the heart sign show on the right hand side below.


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