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Laser Clinic Enables Clients to Pay for Hair Removal in Installments

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Laser hair removal often provides permanent results but more than one session is usually required. City Hair Removal offers installment plans and big discounts to clients seeking permanent results.

London, United Kingdom – March 11, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

City Hair Removal is a specilist laser clinic that has been offering hair removal for more than a decade, the Fenchurch Street clinic is open 6 days a week, Monday to Saturday and treats around 50 clients every day.

Laser hair removal is relatively pain-free when compared to other hair removal treatments such as waxing or threading, the treatment can provide softer skin, prevent and even treat in-growing hairs.

The hair removal treatment can provide long lasting results because laser light is used to target the follicle of unwanted hair, the light is attracted to a pigment called melanin. Melanin is what gives hair and skin their colour, laser light is attracted to the hair because it contains more melanin than the skin, the light gently heats up the hair follicle and permanently destroys it. Once a follicle is destroyed it will not produce anymore hair

The hair removal method can provide permanent results but more than one treatment is nearly always required. City Hair Removal offer all clients an initial consultation and patch test, the consultation enables them to advise the client on the number of treatments they will require to achieve permanent hair removal and assess the clients overall suitability for laser treatment. Clients with grey or white hair can never be treated by laser because their hair contains very little melanin.

Not all hair and skin colour combinations can be treated by laser, the treatment is most effective on dark hair and light skin, clients with this kind of complexion usually see the fatest results. City Hair Removal say that because they have invested in 4 different types of machine, the Duetto, Nd:YAG, Alexandrite and Soprano XL they can effectively treat virtually any hair and skin colour cobinations.

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.”

This month City Hair Removal is offering big discounts and the ability to pay by installments when clients book more than one treatment session, all the clinics current offers can be found on this page. The clinic is very conveniently located on several bus routes and just a short walk from Fenchurch Street train station. Bank, Monument and Tower Hill tube stations are all within a 5 minute walk of the clinic.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.cityhairremoval.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Stubbles
Email: mark@pandaseo.co.uk
Address: 1st Floor 150-152 Fenchurch Street London EC3M 6BB
Phone: 0207 283 8139
Organization: City Hair Removal

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/laser-clinic-enables-clients-to-pay-for-hair-removal-in-installments/35744

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