Laser Hair Removal for Full Body: How Long Does It Take – and Is It Worth It?

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Imagine if you had all the time you’ve spent shaving or tweezing back.

Imagine if you had all the nerve endings you’ve sacrificed to waxing and epilating back.

Imagine if you had a less rushed routine – and more satisfactory results.

Stop imagining: laser hair removal can help you get the smooth skin you want.

Laser hair removal is one of the most popular treatments in the UK, and for good reason. It results in a permanent reduction of unwanted hair. While many people select target areas (e.g. the upper lip, eyebrows, legs, etc.), it can be used effectively for the full body.

The question on many people’s minds is, “How long does it take? When will I achieve the results I want?”

Laser hair removal for the full body takes between two to three hours per session.  Although an experienced practitioner can get this down to around 90 minutes. This also varies based on your gender, size and the amount of hair you wish to remove.  A man who is 6ft 5in weighing 110kg will take longer then a 50kg female who is 5 feet!.

How many sessions will i need ?

We usually recommend six to eight sessions, with a six week period in between. So the complete eight session package should take just under a year to complete if you attend all your sessions at 6 weeks intervals.  With holidays , work, family and life getting in the way of appointments realistically one year from first to last treatment is a more accurate time frame.

Is it worth it ?

Is it worth it? That’s a personal choice: while it is a commitment in terms of the initial time, the results can free you from hours of grooming. Also after the initial cost there is nothing to pay long term so it really is best to think of laser hair removal as a long term investment in yourself that will pay off for years to come.  As mentioned the time saved will add up over the years and although it isnt a financial cost, saving you time can be more valuable.

Imagine if you could hop in – and out – of the shower without shaving?  Or not having to get waxed every few weeks and go through the pain barrier as the waxy hairy strips are peeled of your bikini area…ouch !, or being able to show off your newest outfits without waxing or wounds from razors gone wrong? Facing the day with confidence – and without pesky unwanted hair? In the long term, laser hair removal saves you time and money.

Another bonus too is it can help if you suffer from ingrown hairs or if other hair removal techniques irritate your skin (razor burn, anyone?).

How much does full body laser hair removal cost ?

A lot of people are put off having full body laser laser hair removal due to the cost.  Most companies offer financing to cover the costs of laser hair treatment. This can bring it down to an affordable monthly cost sometimes around the same price as you would pay for your mobile phone, but unlike your mobile phone you wont be paying for ever…just 12 months.

If you are researching having full body laser hair removal done it is worth bearing in mind that not all companies that offer full body actually mean full body!. The definition varies as what it included with full body. Some companies include the head and face whereas many do not. At Premier Laser full body means full body ! So everything from the top of your head to the tip of your toes is included!. No confusion. No small print. Just laser and a lot of it!.

Can you spread the payments ?

If you are shopping around check out our <finance page here> – we have compared prices for the top 8 laser companies offering full body hair removal.  The most expensive were charging nearly 2800 whereas we were 2nd lowest charging 2140 our competitor was 4 pounds cheaper – but were happy to price match that ! Prices correct as at Jan 2020. Also finance is available now from only 400 reduced from 700.

Is laser hair removal right for you? Come in for your consult and find out! or book your free consultation by clicking on the ‘book a free consultation’ tabs online.

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