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  • Can you have laser hair removal whilst pregnant or breastfeeding?
    You are unable to have laser hair removal treatment whilst pregnant. When you are ready to have your treatment, hormones can have a major impact on hair growth and it is therefore recommended to wait at least 6 months post pregnancy and breastfeeding. This allows hormones to regulate before starting treatment.
  • What to do before your consultation?
    - Please complete and return the form emailed to you. - Please leave hair in the area you are having treated. This allows me to assess your hair characteristics and whether laser is a good option. - You will be asked if it is okay to take photos throughout treatment. These help us look back at the huge changes that have happened. They are filed within your client account on a locked booking system.
  • What can I expect after my laser sessions?
    Redness, swelling and tenderness can be expected. Please follow your aftercare instructions post laser treatment. Hairs begin to shed from the area around 7-10 days after your session, exfoliating the area will encourage the hair to leave the follicle.
  • Does it hurt?
    Laser creates a warm prickling sensation, it can sometimes feel slightly uncomfortable in parts.
  • Can I use the sun bed or go in the sun whilst having Laser?
    I recommend no sun exposure 2 weeks before or 2 weeks after your laser appointment. Preferably no sun bed use at all during your Laser course. Also, be clear of fake tan at least 2 weeks prior to your appointment. Ensure all tan is removed completely before your treatment. Any fake tan still in the area may result in the appointment being cancelled and you will be charged 50% of the treatment.
  • How does Laser Hair Reduction work?
    The laser emits light that is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle (melanin) and converts to heat. The heat creates thermal damage and it is this damage that destroys the blood supply to that hair follicle, preventing regrowth. Laser can only kill hairs that are in the active growth cycle (anagen phase), therefore more than one session is required.
  • Who is suitable?
    Laser hair reduction only works on hair with pigment (melanin), so a variation of brown. Laser will not work on white, red, grey or blonde hairs. Both men and women of all skin types are suitable for the treatment.
  • How long will I need between sessions?
    Sessions are around 4-8 weeks apart at first, depending on treatment area and how many treatments you have had.
  • How many sessions will I need?
    Although you see amazing results even just after your first session. I recommend you have on average 8-12 sessions (depending on the area), to ensure we kill the hair follicles and prevent any future regrowth. Yearly top ups may be required depending on new hair growth. Clients with hormonal imbalances may require more sessions and future top ups.
  • Before your laser sessions:
    - Shave the area being treated on the day of your appointment, the shorter the hair the better. - Be free from makeup, deodorant, fake tan and any moisturisers. Any products left on the skin may cause an unwanted adverse reaction. - No waxing, tweezing or bleaching between sessions. - Protect your skin at all times, burnt or freshly tanned skin cannot be treated. - Inform me of any changes in medication.
  • Can I get waxed for my holiday?
    Of course you can! My advice would be if you have never been waxed before I would book 2-3 appointments before your holiday. Why? Because firstly it gives us a chance to determine how many days it may take for redness to subside, some people it's 24hrs some may be 72hrs, that way we know how many days before your holiday to book your wax for. Secondly, the more you are. waxed the slower and finer your hair grows back, therefore if your 3rd wax is just before your holiday you can be sure it will last for your time away. There is no better feeling than when you're in a bikini and you don't have to look down every day thinking 'Oh i have to shave that again...even if it is going to leave shave bumps'. Waxing gives us so much more confidence knowing no one can see any nasty shaving rash.
  • What will happen if I have booked an intimate wax?
    I have been trained by the best in the industry. I have no nonsense technique, means there is no fussing around with towels or paper knickers covering you, only exposing and waxing a bit at a time. I have been trained to carry out the treatment as quickly and as pain-free as possible. If you want to be hair free and care free, you will need to get naked from the waist down, yes you will need to take your knickers off. It's okay, we are all women and I will do my best to make you feel comfortable. I have seen it all before, so try not to worry. I am concentrating on removing every single hair, and ensuring you have the best Hollywood/ Brazilian you have ever had, so you return to me for all your waxing needs. If you're still feeling uneasy, take a look at my reviews... There have been plenty of girls who felt worried about their first wax but it is never as bad as you think, trust me!
  • What if I am pregnant, can I still be waxed?
    You are perfectly fine to still be waxed whilst pregnant. You can be waxed safely from the very first day of pregnancy, right up until your due date. Just bear in mind if you have never been waxed before, you may be a lot more sensitive in your first trimester.
  • How often should I get waxed?
    If you want to be as smooth as a baby's bum (who doesn't?), then ideally it is best to be waxed every 4 weeks or more depending on your hair growth. You may find after a while, you can leave it longer between each wax.
  • Why get waxed?
    I myself have disposed of the razor since being waxed. I have had regular treatments for the past few years, and I love it! Some people do it to feel cleaner. Others may do it because it makes them feel sexier. Some may say it saves trying to squat in the shower, to get them hard to reach places, when 9/10 times you know you're at risk of cutting something (OUCH!). But most importantly, it reduces the rate in which your hair grows back, including the thickness and density, in turn avoiding them nasty shaving rashes.
  • How should I prepare for my appointment?
    Relaxxxx , our minds can be our own worst enemy making something out to be so much worse than it is...I will make sure you walk out of my studio feeling fresh and confident wishing you had started waxing a long time ago. If it is your first time try time it outside your time of the month, we are even more sensitive a few days before our period so bare this in mind. Exfoliate the area regularly helping to avoid any ingrown hairs and rid the surface of dead skin, this helps get the best results. Keeping hydrated is just as important, our skin needs water, if you are de-hydrated your skin will be tight and dry and your hair will be a lot more brittle, this can cause discomfort and even breakage, so please drink plenty of water. Lastly, wear loose clothing to your appointment, go underwear free if you'd like, just so your skin can recover and your clothes wont rub. Cotton underwear and loose pants are a great choice. If you are really concerned about the pain, some clients take a paracetamol before their appointment to take the edge off.
  • Will it hurt?
    THE question on everyone's lips. Everyone has a different tolerance to pain. Shaved hair is much stronger and tougher, so you may find the first wax to be a little more painful. But it does get easier, as the hair thins and grows sparser, of course that's if you can manage to deter yourself from the razor! Besides, it will be over before you know it!
  • How long does my hair need to be?
    You should leave at least 4 weeks growth from your last wax and 3 weeks growth from your last shave to get the best results. It isn't the fact 'my hair grows really fast', your hair grows in different stages, if you arrive for your appointment with your hair grown less, you will not get great results and I really wouldn't want you to be wasting your time or money. I know that growing hair out is a pain, but believe me it is so worth it.
  • What if I am on my period?
    Life doesn't stop, neither does your wax treatments. As long as you wear a tampon or a mooncup and you are clean and fresh down there, then this will not be a problem. However, if you still do not feel comfortable having your wax at this time, please bear your cycle in mind when booking your appointments.
  • How long will the results last?
    We are all different. In most cases you will see minimal hair growth during the first 3 weeks, with a noticeable increase after that. If you usually shave it can take two to three treatments to get rid of early regrowth. Please do not be tempted to shave any early regrowth, be strong! Continued waxing DOES encourage slower, sparser regrowth.
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