Laser hair removal is a popular way to remove unwanted hair. And it uses a laser beam to destroy hair follicles, resulting in long-term hair reduction. If you’re considering the treatment, you might be wondering what is the cost of laser hair removal? And although at first it seems like a costly investment laser hair removal will always beat the price of waxing in the long term.
What is the cost of full-body laser hair removal?
The cost of full-body laser hair removal treatment in London can vary depending on several factors. On average, the cost can range from £800 to £2,000 for a course of treatments. However, the total cost will depend on several factors including the size of the treatment area, the number of sessions required, and the clinic you choose.
Factors that may affect to overall cost of laser hair removal treatments
- Size of the Treatment Area: The cost of laser hair removal treatment is directly proportional to the size of the treatment area. Treating larger areas such as the back, chest, and legs will cost more than treating smaller areas such as the underarms or bikini. However most clinics, like Skin Perfection; London’s award winning skin and laser hair removal clinic; will create bundles or packages where combining areas will reduce the overall cost as opposed to purchasing each areas individually. This works amazing for not only cutting the cost, but the number of trips to the clinic overall.
- Number of Sessions Required: The number of sessions required for full-body laser hair removal treatment can vary depending on factors such as hair colour, skin colour, and hair thickness. On average, patients may need between 6-8 sessions for full-body hair removal, which can significantly impact the cost of treatment.
- Clinic You Choose: The clinic you choose for your laser hair removal treatment can also affect the cost. Some clinics may offer discounts for package deals or promotions, while others may have higher prices due to their location or reputation. Not to mention the level of experience their staff members have. It’s worth noting that not everyone will be on the same level; which when it comes to your results; can have a massive impact. Practitioners who are not confident or have only a few years experience may only allowed to use standard settings, but that means your results will be heavily compromised. And you could end up with hair stimulation and needing more treatments at the end. While with a practitioner who is trained on advanced levels they have enough experience to use specialised treatment protocols to really maximise your results and get your the best hair reduction.
The long term benefits of laser hair removal
While the cost of laser hair removal treatment can seem high, it’s important to consider the long-term benefits. With laser hair removal, you’ll save time and money in the long run. As you won’t have to spend money on other hair removal methods like waxing or shaving. And when it comes to your decision, it may be tempting to go with the lowest price. But always weigh up if that’s really worth it, or in the long run you will end up spending 2-3 times more, than if you went to a more reputable practice with slightly higher prices.
The saying ‘you get what you pay for” certainly goes for laser hair removal. And with this investment you don’t want to take a gamble. I say this after feedback from my patients who come to our Clinic and wish they done so sooner and weighed up everything that determines pricing not only the lowest figure and the biggest discount.
If you’re interested in laser hair removal treatment in London, visit Skin Perfection at London, Oxford Circus. My team of experienced laser practitioners will help you understand the true cost of hair removal and develop a personalised treatment plan that meets your needs and budget.
How to book your consultation and what happens during your first visit?
As the first step of your skin journey at Skin Perfection, you’ll be invited to attend a no obligations consultation. This will give you the opportunity to get a good understanding of your skin.
During your first meeting you’ll receive all the information and knowledge you’ll need to keep your skin healthy. Finally to manage your skin concerns your practitioner will recommend you a personalised treatment plan.