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Laser - requires commitment

Laser Hair removal requires a short-term commitment but has long-term benefits, why ?

Guys, laser hair removal is not something you think of doing on one of your days off and it is not a treatment that you have the once or twice and your then end up as smooth as the day you were born.

Our interest is the same as yours, we both want something that is effective, that will work for your hair and skin type and is not a waste of your hard-earned cash.

Laser requires a series of treatments over a period, usually 4 to 7 weeks apart, to accommodate the difference in hair growth stages. Factors such as your hair type, skin type, the area treated and of course, any medications or supplements that you may be taking all will influence your success.

How does it work ?

The amount of pigment, or melanin, in hair determines its colour and therefore its effectiveness to treatment. The LinScan Hair Removal laser uses a wavelength of 808nm, which, when applied to the treatment area, turns to thermal energy (heat) and absorbed by the melanin. The applied light is absorbed by the melanin, the temperature in the root rises and the hair can no longer grow..

Lasers can only target hair of colour and therefore gray, white, some blonde hair and ginger hair will not respond. The LinScan Hair Removal Laser is effective in removing hair from dark-skin patients with the integrated sapphire contact cooling hand-piece protecting the surrounding skin.

COVID-19 Restrictions

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With restrictions imposed to Hairdressers and Barbers now imposed, The Body Barber™, in a very limited capacity, will be cutting/clipping body hair ONLY as per Dept. of Health.  Waxing, laser and massage are on hold until the green light has been given by DHHS.

Online bookings have been suspended until the full range of services are able to be offered again.

Thank you for your support, please … stay safe, observe social distancing and see you when this is ‘all over’ and we're all looking rather Neanderthal.

Zaque