INGROWN HAIRS REMOVAL

We provide the Gold standard treatment to eradicate ingrown hairs

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Procedure Time

From 15 minutes

No. of treatments

6 sessions

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Downtime

No real downtime

Results

Hair free Smoother Skin

Price

Starting from £20

About The Treatment

Why consider Ingrown Hair Treatment?

  • Looks unsightly, can be embarrassing.
  • Irritates the skin.
  • Produces red bumps that look like pimples, these can sometimes become infected.
  • Can be itchy and uncomfortable.
  • Can leave scars especially on darker skin.

Results from Ingrown Hair Treatment

  • Significant reduction of Ingrown hairs in the treatment area
  • Eradicates irritation on skin
  • Improves scars and uneven skin tone left from ingrown hairs.
  • Smoother softer baby skin, the laser treatment drastically improves the texture of the skin.
  • Reduces the need to wear makeup to conceal pigment and spots from ingrown hairs.

 

Laser Treatment for Ingrown Hairs

  • Stop Shaving, Waxing, Plucking Epilating right away. You are worsening the condition.
  • The only way to really treat ingrown hairs is to stop the hair from growing.
  • Our Laser treatment is the Gold standard treatment for ingrown hairs that will eradicate them forever.
  • Our Laser treatment will also get rid of the dark patches and uneven skin tone associated with ingrown hairs. This is particularly common with dark skin.
  • You should see a result within 4-6 treatments and then maintenance sessions should be required.

How Laser Ingrown Hair Treatment works?

  • The laser works just as well with ingrown hairs as normal hairs.
  • There’s specific FDA approval for ingrown hairs with our laser.
  • The Laser destroys the hair but the hair cannot escape, eventually the hair gets absorbed by the body’s mechanism just like with tattoo removal.

Why choose us?

  • We utilise the latest Laser & Light systems to ensure you are receiving the best possible treatment for your hair & skin type.
  • We have the most versatile & effective hair removal systems available for coarse hair.
  • We have the largest number of Lasers in one Clinic.
  • Most of our clients are referred to by Friends & Family.
  • We offer the most competitive prices without compromising on quality.

4 Easy steps for Ingrown Hair-free skin

Hair-free Consultation

 This is a Free consultation with our laser technician to determine your skin and hair type and assess whether you are suitable for treatment.

Hairfree Test Patch

The laser technician will perform your requested treatment on a small area to check for suitability and skin reaction. You will need to wait one to two weeks after the test patch before you can book your session.

Hairfree Treatment

The treatment is performed by our trained and certified therapists. Our therapists have been trained under the guidance of a Laser Protection Advisor and a Consultant Nurse and have reached the standard required by Polaris, Candela and Lynton training schools to operate these machines safely.

Hairfree Post Treatment Advice

After your treatment you need to follow the post treatment advice. Your skin is photo sensitive after being exposed to a laser, so the most important thing to remember is to protect your skin by using a minimum of SPF 50 and not use any harsh chemicals on the treatment area during the course of the treatment.

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FACE R.R.P PRICE/SESSION COURSE OF 6
Full Face £120 £60 £300
Front Neck £115 £20 £100
Back Neck £115 £30 £150
Jaw Line £90 £35 £175
Cheek Bones £80 £30 £150
Upper Lip £75 £20 £100
Chin £75 £25 £125
Sides of Face £90 £35 £175
Forehead £50 £25 £125
Eyebrows (Above & Middle) £45 £20 £100
Nose £70 £20 £100
Ears £70 £30 £150
BODY R.R.P PRICE/SESSION COURSE OF 6
Under Arms £90 £40 £200
Shoulders £100 £35 £175
Half Arms £135 £70 £350
Full Arms £220 £110 £550
Hands & Fingers £115 £25 £125
Half Legs £175 £105 £525
Full Legs £300 £180 £900
Feet & Toes £90 £20 £100
Upper or Lower Back £150 £70 £350
Full Back £220 £120 £600
Full Back incl. Shoulders £250 £150 £750
Chest £150 £60 £300
Abdomen £135 £60 £300
Chest & Abdomen £250 £110 £550
Nipples £70 £25 £125
Navel Pubis Line £70 £25 £125
Bikini Line £99 £40 £200
Hollywood (Full Bikini & Peri-anal) £220 £60 £300
Buttocks £150 £40 £200

What are Ingrown Hairs?

  • Ingrown hairs are also known as Folliculitis Barbae or Razor Bumps.
  • An ingrown hair occurs when a shaved or tweezed hair grows back into the skin. The problem is that the hair does not emerge from the follicle but remains embedded into the skin.
  • They can become infected, they cause scarring and can be quite distressing!
  • With the average male growing about half a millimetre of facial hair a day and with thousands and thousands of hair follicles it is hardly surprising that many men suffer from some form of folliculitis or ingrown hairs.
  • It can sometimes look like acne on the face but in fact is an infection of the follicles due to hair growing. This condition gets worse by regular removal of the hair such as shaving or waxing.
  • Women are equally affected by ingrown hairs on areas such as legs and Bikini.

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What causes Ingrown Hairs?

  • Hair Removal methods such as plucking, waxing, epilating, shaving can cause ingrown hairs.
  • It can happen if the hair follicle becomes clogged with dead skin cells.
  • If the hair is strong or curly it forces the hair inside to grow sideways.
  • It becomes a particular problem if you shave an area regularly, the hair that grows back has a sharper edge and more likely to poke back into the skin.
  • Ingrown hairs can also be genetic.
  • The problem is more likely to occur on people with dark, thick, curly hair.

Which areas are affected?

  • The common areas affected are Beards, Legs, Bikini, Under Arms and Buttocks.
  • Usually, areas that have thick coarse hair and where hair removal is carried out regularly.

Problems with Ingrown Hairs?

  • Your body detects the ingrown hair as something foreign and trigger an immune response that causes the area to become swollen, red and itchy.
  • Red raised spots sometimes become infected and turn into painful puss-filled spots.
  • Inflammation, irritation, itching, sensitivity and stubble can be difficult to deal with. Ingrown hairs can also leave a scar and pigmented marks, especially on darker skin types.
  • Females tend to wear makeup to cover up ingrown hairs and marks and do not wear short skirts or dresses.

Laser Treatment for Ingrown Hairs

  • Stop Shaving, Waxing, Plucking Epilating right away. You are worsening the condition.
  • The only way to really treat ingrown hairs is to stop the hair from growing.
  • Our Laser treatment is the Gold standard treatment for ingrown hairs that will eradicate them forever.
  • Our Laser treatment will also get rid of the dark patches and uneven skin tone associated with ingrown hairs. This is particularly common with dark skin.
  • You should see a result within 4-6 treatments and then maintenance sessions should be required.

How Laser Ingrown Hair Treatment works?

  • The laser works just as well with ingrown hairs as normal hairs.
  • There’s specific FDA approval for ingrown hairs with our laser.
  • The Laser destroys the hair but the hair cannot escape, eventually the hair gets absorbed by the body’s mechanism just like with tattoo removal.

So what are you waiting for, Book your Ingrown hair Laser treatment today!

  • Exfoliate regularly at home or try deeper exfoliation like Micro-dermabrasion to remove dead skin cells. Exfoliation remains the best weapon against ingrown hairs.
  • Baking soda has soothing properties and is an anti-inflammatory. Mix baking soda with one cup of water and dab it onto the skin with a cotton pad. Repeat one to two times a day.
  • Aspirin has anti-inflammatory properties. Soak two soluble aspirins in a small amount of water to make a paste and apply on the affected area. Leave on for 10 minutes and wash off with cold water. Repeat this one to two times a day.
  • Can use an antiseptic such as tree tea oil over the puss-filled spots. This can be applied daily on the affected area.
  • There are many lotions and gels for ingrown hairs on the market. There’s no solid evidence to suggest that any of these work. However, people have reported that they have noticed some benefit using the products regularly before hair removing.
  • Can remove the ingrown hair with a sterilised tweezer. Exfoliate the skin and wash with warm water. Sanitize the skin with alcohol, stretch the skin as much as possible and pull the hair up to the surface with a tweezer. Do not pull the hair out completely from the root, leave it for a couple of days to heal and then pull the hair out of the root.
  • If you shave then shave in the direction of the hair growth. Do not shave with a dull blade, change your blade frequently. Blunt or damaged blades can lead to ingrown hairs. Use a gel or foam to protect the skin and use an anti-inflammatory or antiseptic cream after like tea tree or calamine lotion.
  • You can use creams to reduce inflammation such as cortisone or creams containing tea tree, witch hazel or calamine.
  • For severe infection of the follicles you may require antibiotics from your GP.

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