IPL HAIR REMOVAL
Treatment 1 Say goodbye to waxing and shaving with the advanced IPL Laser Hair removal system from ellipse. Now a staple treatment with beauty lovers, this tried and tested procedure can have amazing results for you! The treatment is pain free and works by targeting light pulses to the hair follicle destroying the growth bud. After a successful course of treatments, you’ll never have to worry about a hair growth again!
Treatment 2 Ellipse IPL is completely safe to undertake and our therapists have gone though full training before starting the treatment. We offer discounts for multiple sessions and areas purchased in advance. If you would like to find out more or speak to one of our trained specialists please click here.
|Number of treatments||1||3||6||9|
|Half Legs (below knee)||£205||£585||£984||£1,384|
|Half Legs (including knee)||£227||£647||£1,089||£1,532|
|Stomach (Centre Line)||£47||£134||£225||£317|
Q: How many treatments do I need to make it permanent?
A: Every client is different but generally it can take between 9-12 sessions to be successful. This depends on the area being treated and if you are able to attend to the treatments regularly every 6-8 weeks.
Q: Is there any reason why I might not be suitable for the treatment?
A: We perform a full consultation and patch test before your treatment begins but pregnancy or overexposure to the sun tend to be the most common reasons for unsuitability. It is also not recommended if you suffer from any of the following: cancer, heart disease, keloid scarring, anti-inflammatory medication, diabetes, vitaligo and epilepsy. We also do not suggest this treatment if you have a pacemaker.
Q: Can I continue removing the hair in between treatments?
A: You can shave the hair in between sessions but you cannot remove it by the root so no waxing, sugaring, tweezing, creams etc. This is very important for the treatment to be successful.
Q: Is Ellipse only suitable for people with dark hair?
A: In order for this treatment to be successful, hair has to have some pigment – light brown to black is ideal. Unfortunately we cannot treat white or red hairs.