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Laser hair removal

Laser hair removal

Laser hair removal

What is laser hair removal?

Laser hair removal is the process of permanently removing unwanted body hair using a high energy laser. The laser penetrates the hair follicle and destroys it. The laser also destroys the pigment in hair, called melanin, which is why laser hair removal is particularly effective against dark, coarse hair. Doctify provides access to some of the best hair removal clinics in London and so you can be assured that your hair removal requirement is carried out to exacting standards. There are many laser hair removal clinics in London and, as with any cosmetic procedure, it is important to know that you are receiving the very best treatment. You can be assured of a top rated laser hair removal specialist when booking your London hair removal procedure with Doctify.

How is the procedure performed? (Laser hair removal)

When to see a laser hair removal specialist?

If you are self-conscious about unsightly hair on your body, or you would simply like to remove unwanted body hair permanently, then why not make an appointment with our expert team of London laser hair removal specialists? They will carry out an assessment of your needs and then plan the procedure to gain the maximum effect. Laser hair removal is not an invasive procedure - laser hair removal treatment is common and thousands of permanent hair removals are carried out every year. So, if you are looking for a hair removal clinic in London, then look no further than Doctify.

How to prepare for the procedure? (Laser hair removal)

What happens after the procedure? (Laser hair removal)


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