General Information

Laser Hair Removal 

Laser Hair Removal is proven to significantly reduce hair growth providing up to 90% of hair reduction. The average client will see results after four to six treatments. Laser hair removal will soften and smooth your skin by reducing the number of ingrown hairs and razor burns thus saving you time and money by not constantly having to wax and shave. Safe and successful laser hair treatment is the result of experience, understanding laser physics, and education of our clients. Our overall goal is to place integrity and client safety above all else while ensuring we maximize aesthetic outcomes.

The Technology:

The laser we use is Diode Inova Laser Technology. 808 wavelength. Diode laser works for all skin types but we recommend Skin type 1 to 5 as skin type 6 may not see desirable results.


  • Gratuities are not reflected in prices and given per treatment based on full price.

  • Offers and discounts may not be combined with other offers/discounts.

  • Only one Voucher including Groupon, Pulsed, etc per Client 

  • Unless otherwise specified, all packages are per area and may not be split in any way.

  • A credit card is required to be on your file for same-day rescheduling, cancelations, and no-shows fee

  • A 5 minute grace period of your scheduled appointment time is upheld, failure to comply may result in a $30 fee and we CAN NOT treat you.

  • NO refunds for any treatment received. 

  • We have a 24-hour rescheduling or cancellation policy, there will be a $30 Fee for appointments 30 minutes or shorter and a $60 Fee for appointments longer than 45 minutes.


  • No antibiotics 2 weeks prior to the treatment.

  • No biotin. Biotin stimulates hair growth.

  • Laser hair removal can’t be done if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

  • Protect treated areas from direct sun exposure, artificial sunlight, and do not spray tan or use self-tanner for 2 weeks before any treatment.

  • If treating facial hair, stop using Acne topical creams, including Retinol and Chemical Acids, all alpha hydroxy and beta hydroxyl products (AHA/BHA), hydroquinone, Tazorac, and Differin 10 days prior to the laser treatment.

  • Clients who have used Accutane or similar products within the last 6 months CAN NOT have laser hair removal treatments.

  • Do not tweeze, wax, bleach, or use depilatories for 2 weeks before treatment and discontinue completely during the laser hair removal process.

  • Shave the areas of treatment the night before each appointment.

  • Remove makeup, creams, and deodorant before the treatment.

  • We can treat clients who are menstruating, but a tampon MUST be worn.

  • Do not have Botox injections, dermal filler injections, chemical peels, or microdermabrasion for 14 days before laser hair removal.


  • No hot showers, hot saunas, chlorine pools, exercises, creams, make-up, lotions, or deodorant on the areas of treatment for the next 24 hours.

  • After 48 hours, exfoliate the area with body scrub 3 to 4 times every week in between laser treatments.

  • Immediately following your treatment, redness & bumps at the treatment site may occur, this is normal; apply Aloe Vera gel as needed.

  • In some but not all cases, dead hairs will begin to shed 5-30 days after your treatment. You may think the hair is growing, but this is only the dead hair being shed from the hair follicle.

  • Shave the area of treatment 10 days after the laser session.

  • Then DO NOT shave again until the night before your next treatment.

  • Shaving repeatedly can lead to needing more sessions.

  • Avoid direct sun exposure or artificial sunlight for 2 weeks after the treatment. Protect the area with a total block of sunscreen.

  • Tanning after a laser session may result in skin discolorations.

  • On average the suggested time period between each session is 5 to 6 weeks for the body, 4 weeks for the face.

  • No antibiotics 2 weeks before your next treatment.

  • Do not have Botox injections, dermal filler injections, chemical peels or microdermabrasion for 14 days after laser hair removal.

Facts about Laser Hair Removal:

1. No More Waxing

You need to be patient. During treatment, you will find that your hair growth may continue to come through. In order for the laser to work effectively, your hair needs to be connected to the root at the time of your treatment. You are recommended to not wax in between two sittings. This can disconnect the hair from the root with force or may stimulate more growth in the area.

2. Does Not Work on Blonde, White, or Red Hair

Laser hair removal machines are attracted to the pigment in your hair. Blonde, white or red hair lacks pigment. Finer hairs and hairs which are a very light brown are also more difficult to treat because of this. It is always best that you ask the therapist to check your hair growth before purchasing a course.

3. Cannot Be Done On or Over a Tattoo

If you have a tattoo in the area where you want to get a laser, it cannot be treated. The process may either burn the area or cause the tattoo to fade. 

4. Takes More Than One Session

Laser works when hairs are in the anagen phase. This is a scientific word for hairs that are growing. If the hair when treated is not in this stage then you would require another visit. At present, there is no scientific way of measuring which phase your hairs are in. On average 20% of your growth will be in the anagen phase at any given time. Therefore, you are recommended to take up a course of between 6 – 12 sessions.

5. It’s a Long Term Reduction

You could potentially be hair-free for years after your treatment has finished. You will require maintenance sessions in order to prolong the results. Many people are under the impression that laser offers a 100% permanent removal of hair. This is not the case as no laser that is currently available is able to promise to remove each and every individual hair.

6. It’s Amazing!

People start appreciating results after even one session. People begin to see their hair growth slow down and that takes longer to reappear. The areas which respond the best are the underarms, private areas, and lower legs. Not only does laser reduce hair growth, but it also has a few more added benefits. There is a reduction in bad odours and it can also help with ingrown hairs.

7. No Side effects

Make sure you inform your therapist of any medications you may be taking. There are no long-term side effects with laser. It’s completely safe. Immediately after treatment, the skin can sometimes become red or slightly itchy, but there is no need to worry as it fades and dies down within 2–48 hours.

8. Not Too Expensive

Laser has been out long enough now that there is plenty of competition for laser clinics. Therefore, laser hair removal treatment costs have been reduced significantly. Keep an eye out for special offers and promotions. So, not only are you saving so much money in the long run, but also time!

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