London, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/04/2014 -- City Hair Removal, a leading London laser clinic say they are seeing a growing trend for laser hair removal. Laser hair removal works by targetting a pigment called malanin. Melanin is located in the root of the hair, this pigment is what gives the hair it's colour.
The laser hair removal process works by heating the root of unwanted hair and destroying the follicle, once the follicle is destroyed the hair cannot grow back this means that treatment using laser provides very, very long lasting results. More can be learned about how laser hair removal works on this page. The treatment does not damage the skin and can be used on very sensitive areas such as the face and bikini area.
City Hair Removal say that treatment on the face has always been popular but they are noticing an increasing trend for women to be hair free down below too, the clinic say that more and more of their female clients are opting to go for a permanent ‘Hollywood’ or ‘Brazilian’ look. The clinic say that over the last year the number of women wanting laser treatment in the pubic region has been up by almost a quarter.
City Hair Removal offers 4 different types of laser equipment, the technology they have invested in means that they can treat nearly any skin type and hair colour combination. Most clients choose to be treated with the Soprano XL because it is virtually pain free, City Hair Removal say on this page, “Soprano XL is a revolutionary new method for permanent hair removal that is virtually pain free. Soprano XL combines the gold standard features of 810nm diode HR with an exclusive SHR ‘in motion’ approach which delivers safe, fast and effective results. Diode systems are amongst the newest available for hair removal applications.”
City Hair Removal treats more than 50 clients every single day, 6 days a week and employs only experienced, highly trained staff. The clinic is located in Fenchurch Street, London. Due to it's location the clinic is easy and very convinient to get to.
The clinic is open 12 hours a day, Monday through to Saturday, they are open from 9am to 9pm. All clients receive a free initial consultation and patch test.