sk:n - a close up on laser hair removal face treatment
24th July 2014
Let's face it, no woman wants to be covered with excess facial hair. Not only can it often be a social taboo but it can also make you feel extremely self-conscious.
If this sounds familiar and you've recently been seeking for a more permanent hair removal solution, then why not start your laser hair removal treatment sessions with us at one of our sk:n clinics? Below is a short clip, which gives a closer insight on how a typical laser hair removal treatment is conducted by the experienced dermatologists at our clinics.
Further details on the laser hair removal face treatment clip
As you can see in the clip, the practitioner carries this procedure out at a steady pace, which doesn't take too long to administrate on the client. The skin specialist consistently gives clear instructions throughout the treatment and insists that the client to informs her about any uncomfortable sensations at any point throughout the treatment session.
The treatment begins with the dermatologist clearing her skin with cleansing wipes, applying Aloe Vera gel on the facial areas and then using the laser machine to carry out treatment.
For safety reasons they both wear safety glasses, to avoid the laser beams reaching their eyes and causing damage. You will notice the physician wearing a mask around her mouth throughout the session. This is an important step, as it prevents any germs or bacteria from spreading on the client's skin.
The treatment finishes off with the professional spraying some water and applying more Aloe Vera on the client's skin to cool it down. The Clients experiences slightly warmer skin than usual but she is happy with her treatment session and expresses no signs of soreness.
You can visit our website to acquire further insight on what our clients have to say about their experience with treatments on the laser hair removal reviews section. The website also gives you a clear indication on the laser hair removal cost for treatment sessions but you can by all means speak to us directly, if you want to get more information on this procedure.