Aspire to be hair free
Imagine the joy of not having to think about shaving your legs every other day or having to cover up because you’ve just not had the time. There may not be much cause to shave legs now that autumn is here, but now is the perfect time to start thinking about getting our bodies ready for next summer so you don’t have to think about shaving your legs ever again!
Research reveals that on average, a woman will spend £6,500 and eight weeks of her life shaving unwanted hair. Whilst women who wax twice a month will spend around £23,000 on this during their lifetime. Which is why the popularity of laser hair removal is increasing as it saves both time and money and is a permanent solution. Laser hair removal is an ideal and effective treatment to get rid of unwanted hair on any part of the face or body, and is revered by both women and men and all skin types, including dark skin.
Here at Aspire Clinic, we are launching a brand-new laser hair removal treatment, using the latest technology – Cynosure, so you can now aspire to be hair free in an easy and cost-effective way!
How does it work?
Laser hair removal targets the hair follicle using brief pulses of light energy. The laser light is absorbed by melanin (pigmentation) in the hair follicle and creates heat which travels down the hair shaft and destroys the hair follicle, this giving you a permanent hair removal result. The process is completely safe and leaves the surrounding tissue unharmed.
How long does it take?
The actual treatment itself is very quick, and a course of eight treatments is arranged to achieve permanent reduction. These are usually spaced at four-to-six week intervals, depending on which area is being treated. After treatment, the active hairs will start to fall out within two weeks.
Who’s it for?
Laser hair removal is ideal for anyone – both men and women - with unwanted hair. Whilst the bikini area, legs and underarms are particularly popular amongst women, laser hair removal is also an ideal for solution for:
- Ingrown hairs
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome, which causes high levels of testosterone resulting in excess hair growth
- Pilonidal cysts caused by hair and skin debris
- Unwanted facial hair
- Athletes such as cyclists, swimmers and runners to increase performance and prevent chafing
- Hairy backs
A 0% finance option is available to those booking a course of treatments. The clinic also offers a 20% discount to women diagnosed with PCOS.