Laser hair removal
Affordable laser hair removal treatments
Tired of constant shaving and waxing? Embarrassed by excess hair? Suffering from rash or ingrown hairs?
Laser hair removal is safe, fast, effective, affordable and available in all our clinics. Laser is different to IPL and other permanent hair reduction treatments. Laser is more effective, less painful and can treat all hair types and skin types. High quality Laser machines are expensive, which is why most clinics don’t have them. But The Cosmetic Clinic only use the best-in-class equipment and product, so you can be assured of getting excellent results, safely and affordably.
The luxury of silky, smooth skin now comes at an affordable cost – so wave goodbye to waxing and book an appointment for laser hair removal at one of our clinics!
We have qualified technicians offering safe, effective and low cost laser treatments at our laser hair removal clinics. Using medical-grade equipment, our fully trained aestheticians can target hair of any colour, except for grey, pale red, white and white blonde and treat any skin tone from dark to fair.
Treatments can be tailored to eradicate hair from all areas of the face and body, including the underarms, legs, face, bikini, chest, stomach, back.
There’s a reason why it is one of our most popular treatments! See more information below on treatments and click here to see our laser hair removal costs.
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Pre and Post Care
How can I prepare?
We cannot treat you if you have had sun exposure within two weeks of your laser hair removal treatment and you must skip the spray tan; laser will sizzle any pigment on your skin including spray tanning products. We can arrange your treatment on the day of your consultation, so shave the night before, but do not use wax or depilatory creams for two weeks prior to treatment. Finally we cannot treat you if you have had the sun-tanning Vitamin A injections within the last six months.
Before your first treatment you will need a short 15 minute consultation with one of our technicians. This is needed to assess your skin and hair type, assess your suitability for treatment and discuss how to prep your skin for the best possible result.
If you require a treatment on the day of your consultation, this can usually be arranged too.
Do not wax or use depilatory creams beforehand, but you should shave the night before.
What should I do post-treatment?
During the next month, the hair will fall out gradually. The timing of your treatments dramatically influences the outcome due to hair growth patterns, thus we suggest you book a course of laser hair removal treatments rather than sporadic appointments. Treatments should be every 4-6 weeks but your therapist will advise you according to your hair and skin type.
Treated areas may appear “sunburnt” after treatment; Institut Laser Aid (post laser treatment) and cold compresses will ease discomfort and swelling. Avoid applying makeup to the area in the unlikely event of blistering and stay out of the sun, using sunscreen on the treated area to prevent discoloration or sunburn. Remember your skin will be sensitive to the sun for 48 hours after treatment.
Getting the best results
Do not wax or use depilatory creams for 2 weeks before your laser hair removal treatment. You can shave up to the day before your treatment. Timing of your treatments will dramatically influences the outcome, so we recommend that you book a course of treatments rather than coming in ad hoc.
Why try laser hair removal?
Using only medical-grade equipment, our competitively priced and effective treatments will work wonders for men and women and teenagers seeking a long term solution for hair removal.
For many people, permanent laser hair removal means no last-minute wax appointments or rushing with razors (and no shaving rash!). Can you imagine never worrying about your Brazilian again?
Women most commonly seek to remove hair from their bikini, under arms, legs and face, while many men wish to thin or eradicate hair from their chest, back, stomach, neck and genitals. The Cosmetic Clinic offer treatments on all areas of the body to ensure smooth skin after six to eight sessions.
What does laser hair removal involve?
Prior to your first session, you will undergo a 15-minute consultation with a laser therapist to assess your skin and hair type and discuss prepping skin for optimum results. We will recommend the most suitable for your complexion, your hair type and body area being treated.
Our lasers can treat all skin types including dark brown. We have separate machines for lighter and darker skins. We use fast Candela GentleLASE and Candela GentleYAG equipment with a larger than average laser spot size. All our laser therapists are fully trained, and have the relevant laser licensing in place.
On the day, your therapist will adjust the laser settings according to your complexion, hair type and other relevant information. Your practitioner will complete the treatment, which can take five minutes to an hour depending on the area.
Is it safe?
Our staff undergoes vigorous training in laser safety before they can treat clients unsupervised. The Cosmetic Clinic staff work under strict guidelines. While some patients feel no pain during laser, others experience a mild discomfort. Advise your practitioner if you are in pain and they will adjust the laser accordingly or provide relief.
We know hair removal is never a fun process, so we invest in quality equipment to ensure your speedy path to smoothness. Clinics and salons can spend $15,000 to $150,000 on equipment and with manufacturers unlikely to sell high-grade machinery to non-medical practices. Using the best technology and the most efficient operators, The Cosmetic Clinic will normally kill these roots in six to twelve sessions*, compared with 12 to 15 with less effective machinery!
If you are planning laser hair removal, always ensure the practitioner’s equipment is approved by any government regulatory bodies.
Skill & Qualification
Before our staff are able to treat clients, they undergo vigorous training in laser safety and have to complete a specified amount of training hours before they can work unsupervised.
When planning your laser hair removal, you should ask the practitioner whether or not their equipment has any government regulatory body approval.
Permanent Hair Removal?
No laser clinic can claim 100 per cent permanency, as some hair will always strive to grow back. Re-growth is affected by hormones and other biological factors which vary from person to person.
Laser hair removal on teenagers may often require re-treatment in later years but most teenagers still feel they have had significant benefit despite this. Where re growth occurs the hair is usually much finer than the original growth and can be maintained with one treatment every six months.
**Results may vary from person to person.