Find out how laser hair removal can save you time and money below.
72 days. That’s how much of her life the average British woman will waste shaving her legs.
1,728 long, sore, boring hours. It’s an incredible figure. The only grooming activity that sucks more time, according to polling conducted by British beauty brand Escentual, is brushing and styling your hair.
Is There An Alternative To Shaving?
With Omniya Laser Hair Removal, you can reclaim your time forever (and let’s not forget the time spent cleaning out the shower or bath afterwards).
We recommend a minimum of six treatments, spread over several weeks. Each treatment is painless, and in most cases, rapid enough to squeeze into your lunch break. There are a couple of things to know about preparing the treatment area beforehand, but it’s very straightforward.
Is Laser Hair Removal Permanent?
As your body changes over the years, you may require the occasional maintenance treatment, depending on your skin and hair type. But other than that, that’s you and body hair done.
Is Laser Hair Removal Safe?
Here at Omniya’s London laser clinic, we use the Cynosure IQ system, a class 4 medical grade laser for all our procedures and there are no known risks associated. The laser light is used to target only the hair follicle, which is broken down and destroyed during the process. You can read more here about what to expect from our laser hair removal London procedures.
Is Laser Hair Removal Painful?
Laser Hair Removal is not a painful procedure. There may be some redness or tenderness immediately after the procedure, but any discomfort experienced will be very mild – particularly when measured against the regular discomfort experienced as a result of shaving or waxing various areas of the body.
Is Laser Hair Removal Bad For My Skin?
The short answer is no and it actually holds benefits for the long-term health of your skin. The constant scraping involved with shaving is damaging to the skin, and the vast majority of women are only too familiar with the rashes, dry skin, and redness that occurs as a consequence of shaving.
Additionally, you’ll be saved from ingrown hairs, which are an itchy, unpleasant, and unfortunately common experience, often a result of the damage caused by regular shaving and waxing.
How Much Does Laser Hair Removal Cost?
It’s not just time you’ll be saving. It’s estimated that women spend an average of £7,000 during their lifetime on hair removal products. And for those who prefer to have it carried out by a professional waxer, the figure is closer to £17,000.
Compare this to the cost of six treatments at Omniya’s London laser clinic. Laser hair removal costs around £55 per treatment (dependent on the body area and skin/hair type). It’s clear that this fairly low-cost, short term set of procedures is going to save you thousands of pounds, as well as time.