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Timing your Laser Hair Removal Treatments
Embarking on a course of laser hair removal treatment is a commitment to attending the clinic or salon regularly.
For best results, a course of treatment is always the recommended option and for the optimum impact the sessions are very carefully spaced apart.
Anagen Growth Phase
The key is to treat hair during the active growth phase, which is known as anagen.
During this phase, hair growth is at its most active, growing around 1cm a month. It is at this point that the laser can be most effective in seeking out and destroying the hair follicles so that no more hair can grow in the future.
At any one time, while some hairs are actively growing, others will be dormant so laser treatment will not be so effective for these. That’s why treatment is repeated over a course of sessions, so that a new batch of hair growth is lasered each time, gradually destroying more and more follicles so that fewer hairs are left growing.
Once the circulation to the follicle is killed by the laser, no more hair will grow – it’s as simple as that.
While many competitors charge for the initial consultation, at Quinn Clinics there is a free consultation to enable patients to find out more without any pressure.
Quinn Clinics’ laser hair removal centre in Clifton offers a choice of 2 state of the art laser hair removal machines which offer options for the face or body, even delicate areas.
68, Oakfield Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2BG.
Telephone: +44 (0) 117 924 4592