Body or Facial Area SHR  IPL Sugaring Waxing
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Lip or chin $35 $14 $12
Sides of face $35 $18 $15
Front or back of neck $35 $20 $18
Full arms $179 $45 $40
¾ arms $149 $40 $35
½ arms $105 $35 $30
Hands $19 $15 $12
Underarms $59 $22 $19
Full legs $269 $58 $53
¾ legs $209 $54 $49
Upper legs $199 $50 $45
Lower legs $179 $45 $40
Feet $19 $15 $12
Stomach line $30 $15 $12
Bikini $49 $31 $28
G-String $59 $41 $38
Brazilian XX (no bottom) $79 $51 $48
Brazilian XXX (full area) $89 $55 $50
Female Packages
Full legs and Brazilian $289 $99 $89
Half legs and bikini $259 $69 $62
Full arms and underarms $189 $65 $55
Underarms and Brazilian $99 $72 $64
Chin and upper lip $39 $23 $20

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IPL

What is the difference between Laser and IPL hair removal methods?

The main difference between IPL and Laser for hair removal purposes is in the technology that each use to generate light.

  • IPL hair removal: Emits a broad spectrum (white light) of high-intensity light which is emitted a multiple wavelengths. IPL is a safer method and many has described as a painless treatment.
  • Laser hair removal: emits a single, focused and precise wavelength that is optimized for maximum follicle absorption. However due to the higher intensity of the light any skin reactions during the treatment are more likely to e permanent with traditional Laser.

Both IPL and Laser provide the correct wavelength of light that is absorbed by melanin in hair, which converts to heat and permanently disables the hair from growing.
Both systems have been proven to be effective in permanent hair reduction, this includes areas such as your face, Brazilian, bikini, legs, underarms, arms, etc. You can also use IPL for skin rejuvenation, treating conditions and blemishes including freckles and sunspots, general pigmentation, spider veins, red spots, broken capillaries, rosacea and red scarring, sun damaged skin and acne/acne scars.

Why permanent hair reduction?
You want silky, smooth, hair-free skin.

You want to give up shaving forever.
You want to be free from ingrown hairs or shaving rash.
You want hair removal that saves you time and money in the long term.

Before your treatment it is crucial to:
Shave the area in the 24 hours before your treatment.

Make sure your skin is not irritated, inflamed, cut or infected.
Do not use bleach on the hair you want removed in the weeks before IPL treatment.
Do not Sunbake or use tanning beds, self-tanning creams or chemical peels for at least 2-4 weeks before your treatment.
Do not wear perfumes, deodorants or any potential irritants in the area being treated before your appointment. This also includes any fake tan being in the area being treatment.
Wax, tweeze or pluck in the 4 weeks before your treatment.
Post Treatment:
You may notice dead hair surfacing for 2-3 weeks after treatment. Although this may appear to be new growth, it’s not. This process is called purging or shedding and will take time to complete. Once your skin is no longer sensitive, you can wipe away these hairs with a damp cloth or exfoliate with a loofah mitt.

Protect the area treated with sun screen and minimal light exposure.
Start this exfoliating process 1 week after treatment, but no earlier. To get the best results from your IPL, you may need multiple treatments.

Unfortunately, some skin types will not be able to undergo IPL, this also includes pregnant women or if you are on certain medications which cause ultra violet sensitivity to the skin. Feel free to contact us before coming in for a consult if you have any questions.
Remember before booking for any IPL hair removal treatments we need to see you for a consultation and test patch. During this time we will explain what to do to prepared you for your first treatment as well as we will explain really into detail the process of the treatment.

Sugaring

What do you need to do to be a candidate for sugaring? 
Your hair must be at least a quarter of an inch long so that the gel is able to bind to the hair and pull it out at the root. Make sure the area you plan on removing hair is well exfoliated and not oily. You can easily clean up any residue from sugaring with water since all of the ingredients in the mix are natural.

What do you need to do after sugaring?
We urge people to avoid hot water, exfoliation, gym activity and the sauna or pools for 48 hours. After that time period, you are in the clear to exfoliate to prevent in-growns hairs. Make sure to incorporate a lovely and efficient exfoliant and a super hydrating moisturiser. Nothing better that to maximise your results than keeping your skin healthy.

Pros
Sugar paste can be applied over missed hairs. 
The paste is very gentle and can be put right over an area that was just sugared but missed some hairs, without fear of much irritation. Is natural and a great alternative for very sensitive skins.

Someone experienced can do sugaring quickly with the paste.
Large amounts of hair can be taken out at once, and finished faster than waxing. With most waxes, you have to apply them to a limited area- remove, go to your next area- remove and so forth. With sugaring you can speed things up by applying the paste to a very large area, and it won't dry out, even if you take it off in smaller sections.

Easy clean up. 
Both the paste and gel are water soluble, meaning you can clean off any residue left on the skin with plain water. Wax is not water soluble, meaning it needs an oil-based remove to get rid of all traces.

Hair doesn't not need to to long. 
1/15 of an inch is needed when using the traditional technique with the paste, which is about two to five days of hair growth after shaving. Using the gel requires 1/4 inch of hair growth

Contras:
Sugar paste doesn’t work if body is to hot or the environment. 
For example coming straight after the gym. What happens with the sugar when you m ix it with water ? The sugar melts. Best to come straight after a shower and free of moisturizer and / or deodorant.

Pros
Long Lasting Smooth and Silky Skin. 

As told above waxing removes hair from the roots hence it takes longer time for new hair to grow back. Though the duration of growth of new hair varies from person to person and skin types but generally it is observed that it takes around 3-8 weeks. Waxing ensures long periods of smooth, silky and hair free skin.
Reduced Skin Damage. 

As compared to other hair removing techniques like creams or shaving, waxing does not have negative effect on your skin. Most commonly observed skin damages associated with other hair removal methods are pigmentation, cuts or bad smelling skin. Even the wax used for the process is 100% natural hence the chances of reaction due to harsh chemicals are zero.
Softer and Finer Body Hair. 

After waxing the new hair that grows back are soft and fine. The other advantage of waxing is that it does not causes ugly stubble which is usually associated with shaving.
Besides removing unwanted body hairs waxing also rejuvenate skin and removes dead skin cells. 

So it can be said that indirectly it serves the function of skin exfoliation.
Diminishes Hair Growth. 

Repeated and regular waxing diminishes hair growth. Gradually you will observe sparse and scanty hair growth which might even lead to complete cessation of hair growth.
Cost Efficient. 

As compared to other hair removing techniques waxing is the most cost efficient method.

Contras:
Waxing can peel the skin. 

Our skin is delicate and sometimes can be compromised by waxing treatments. Skin lift can occur and is painful. However our therapist will ensure to assess your skin and perform a correct waxing technique to prevent this from happening at all costs.
Redness and irritation. 

Nearly everyone who gets body hair waxed, no matter how strong their skin, will endure some redness for a while post-wax. This can vary from being just a bit pink in the treated area for a few hours to having a rash,red bumps, and even some bleeding and bruising that can last for several days. Even those who get waxed regularly may not be immune.