Benefits of SHR Laser Hair removal

  • Quick and Pain free
  • For all skin types
  • Scientifically proven to be safest method

* We Price Match

  • Micro Area (i.e. upper lip)£ 12
  • Small Area£ 20
  • Medium Area£ 30
  • Large Area£ 60
  • Bikini Line£ 30
  • Extended Bikini Line£ 40

Super Hair Removal (SHR) is a pain free method of permanent hair reduction using the most advanced technology.

This one of the best non-clinical treatments on the market. We are highly trained in permanent hair reduction procedures and are proud to offer this treatment that has such long-lasting results.

SHR is not only painless and pleasant; it is the safest option currently available on today’s market for all skin types. Using the most up-to-date technology, this method proves to be both time saving and efficient when carried out by a trained professional.

How does SHR work?

The SHR system represents a huge step forward for hair removal procedures through Phototherapy. The system combines laser technology and the benefits of pulsating light to get painless results.

The treatment is designed to cause long-lasting damage to target hair follicles. This, in turn, prevents the re-growth of the hair to ensure maximum effect. Short and gentle energy pulses directly target the hair follicle and prevent re-growth.

How long will my treatment take?

The treatment itself can take as little as five minutes! A facial treatment will take on average fifteen minutes with both legs occupying just 30 minutes of your lunch break. As we are open early some days of the week and late on others, we can fit seamlessly around your schedule. Ideal!

How many treatments are needed?

Usually, from 6 to 10, treatments are needed in 4-week intervals for long-lasting successful results. A 4-week regime is essential as the SHR treatment will catch the hair on its fourth week of re-growth. Near the end of the treatments, 6 to 8-week intervals will be needed to finish the treatment.

A maintenance of one to two visits a year will maintain results.

This will be discussed with you upon initial enquiry as we like to ensure our clients are fully informed of all aspects when it comes to the treatments we offer.

Will it hurt?

The treatments with SHR technology are entirely pain-free, even in the most sensitive areas.

Is SHR hair removal suitable for everyone? 

SHR is one of the only treatments available that is suitable for all skin types. This method involves heating and cooling as opposed to follicle exposure via high-intensity pulses. SHR works well for fair-haired people as well as red-haired people. The procedure is suitable all-year-round. As with all systems, results may vary from one patient to another.

Is It Safe?

Through intensive clinical studies, SHR has been proven to be the safest method of light-based hair reduction for all skin types. While the melanin in dark skin is exponentially more sensitive to the heat used in laser treatment, the SHR method has been clinically proven to be safe for dark skin types. This makes SHR the safest phototherapy hair removal option.

What preparation is required before my treatment?

For the treatment to be as successful as it possibly can be, there are a few things to do in preparation.

  • Shaving is required the day before your treatment – shaving just before your treatment can result in heightened sensitivity during the process, please allow at least 6 hours between shaving and the appointment time.
  • Avoid bleaching, plucking, waxing, and all epilation other than shaving for the duration of your course of treatment. For the best results, please start this regime two weeks before. Depilatory creams should not be used for seven days before your session.
  • Avoid exposure to the sun for a minimum of three days before treatment.
  • Please do not use self-tanning creams two weeks before treatment.
  • Do not use essential oils 48 hours before your booking.
  • Cold sore medication can be taken five days before and five days after treatment.
  • Should you be on antibiotics, it is recommended to leave a fortnight gap between taking them and starting treatment.