Laser Hair Removal - How much does it cost?
Price vary depending on each individual hair growth and a definite quote can only be given at the time of consultation. The following list will give you an idea about prices. Discount applies to prepay sessions only.
To learn more about Exclusionary Criterias and our Recommended Pre & Post Care For Hair Reduction Treatments please click on the button below.
CHIN & JAWLINE/NECK
FULL FACE FEMALE
FULL FACE MALE
SHOULDERS FRONT & BACK
SHOULDERS & UPPER ARMS
HANDS & FINGERS
CHEST & ABDOMEN
NIPPLES SNAIL TRAIL
LOWER BODY & BIKINI
HALF LEGS THIGHS
HALF LEGS LOWER
FULL LEGS & BIKINI
FEET & TOES
Exclusionary criteria for light therapy includes, but is not limited to:
UNPROTECTED SUN EXPOSURE, OR USE OF TANNING BEDS OR CREAMS IN AREAS TO BE TREATED.
This applies to all hand pieces. Protected sun exposure means wearing protective clothing, or the daily use of an SPF 30+ or greater sunscreen. Patient should be advised to discontinue tanning four weeks prior to treatment, during the treatment course, and 4-6 weeks after treatment. This will reduce the chance of skin colour changes and development of new pigmented lesions.
There is no clinical evidence at this time of foetal harm from a light-based system, but the results of the treatment may be erratic or unreliable due to fluctuations in hormonal levels, hair growth cycles and physiological conditions.
Patients with menstrual dysfunction or hyperandrogenism should be referred to an endocrinologist for evaluation and possible treatment. These patients tend to have hirsutism secondary to their disease, which may respond to medical treatment.
USE OF MECHANICAL EPILATION LESS THAN SIX WEEKS PRIOR TO TREATMENT FOR PATIENTS
This includes plucking, waxing, tweezing, electrolysis, or sugaring. Patient should also refrain from these practices during the treatment course.
Confirm any allergies to medications, latex, foods, or other substances that may be used during the course of treatments.
HISTORY OF SEIZURES
Flashing lights may trigger a seizure.
Both prescription and non-prescription. Be sure to include herbal and natural remedies as these may cause photosensitivity. Patient should not be taking Accutane, anti-coagulants or St. John's Wort. for patients taking a photosensitizing medication, perform test spots 24 hours before treatment.
HISTORY OF KELOID & HYPERTROPHIC SCAR FORMATION
Although scarring is rare, picking or pulling off scabs or crusting can result in scarring. For this reason, it is recommended to proceed with extreme caution for treatment of patients with a known tendency to form keloid or hypertrophic scars.
Active infections and immunosuppression compromise the healing ability of the body. Reschedule the patient when infection is cleared.
Treatment should only be done on in-tact, healthy skin, with the exception of acne affected skin.
HERPES I OR II WITHIN THE TREATMENT AREA
Patients should consult their primary care providers for medical evaluation and possible prophylaxis.
TRETINOIN (RETIN-A, RENOVA)
Although tretinoin use in the area to be treated is not absolutely contraindicated, it is known to make skin more sensitive and prone to exfoliation. The patient is better advised to discontinue the use of exfoliating creams and other exfoliating products two weeks prior to, and during, the entire treatment course.
ORAL ISOTRETINOIN (ACCUTANE) WITHIN THE PRECEDING SIX MONTHS
Accutane changes the underlying structure of the skin, which may cause unreliable results. It may also increase skin sensitivity to light.
Areas with tattoos are unable to be treated.
RECOMMENDED PRE & POST CARE FOR HAIR REDUCTION TREATMENTS
For best results please follow these instructions:
BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT
Hair should be cleanly shaven. Leave a representative sample unshaven for clinician to assess.
On the day of treatment, do not wear makeup on the treated area.
No sun-tanning or self-tanners 4 weeks prior to treatment (includes spray tans, tanning lotions, tanning beds, sun exposure, etc.)
Some medications or supplements may increase the risk of bruising. Consult your physician.
No waxing, plucking or tweezing at least 4 weeks prior to treatment.Some body parts may require a longer wait time.
Avoid treatments that may irritate the skin for 1-2 weeks prior to treatment (depilatories, harsh chemicals, etc.)
Notify clinic with any changes to your health history or medications since your last appointment.
History of herpes or cold sores may require an anti-viral prescription prior to treatment.
AFTER YOUR TREATMENT:
Avoid sun exposure and use a broad spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen.
Redness and perifollicular edema (looks like a rash/bug bites) are common and resolve with time. Bruising and swelling are less common but may occur and will resolve with time. Hair may take up to 2 weeks to fall out.
Avoid heat — hot tubs, saunas, etc. for 1-2 days. Avoid skin irritants a few days post-treatment. Skin irritants include products containing tretinoin, retinol, benzoyl peroxide, glycolic/salicylic acids, astringents, etc.
Do not wax or pluck between treatments. Notify clinic of any concerns (blistering, excessive redness/swelling, etc.)
Hair removal requires a series of treatments. The number of treatments depends on body location and type of hair.
Consult with clinic about when to resume skin care regime.