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My suggestion to my colleague was laser hair removal and having explained the procedure to her and researched the treatment I thought I would post about it for my readers who may also live with the same paranoia as her; plus whilst researching it I discovered that SK:N clinics (Link) have 40% off the laser hair removal costs at the moment so if you've ever been tempted now is the perfect time.
In a recent interview with Allure Victoria Beckham said the best thing she had ever done beauty wise was getting laser hair removal and unlike many 'celebrity' treatments the procedure is very affordable and attainable for the general public as there are laser hair removal clinics up and down the country and it is a great option for a variety of skin and hair tones.
The treatment works by focusing an intense laser beam at the base of the hair follicle halting the hair growth, taking around 6 to 8 treatments it is permanent with the occasional top up if necessary. It can be performed all over the body even in the most sensitive of areas so everything from your top lip to bikini line to your legs, whatever your concern laser hair removal will be suited to it.
Although I'm not the hairiest of gals I would really like to get the treatment on my underarms as I do tend to shave every other day in that area and always manage to nick myself with the blade, I found some really great information on the article pages of the SK:N site and am definitely going to be putting pennies in my kitty to get the treatment as soon as I can.
With the changing of the seasons, the hope of some sunshine and the potential to get your skin out now is the perfect time to get the ball rolling; by the time to sun comes out to play your body will be hair free and ready to be seen, plus the clinic offer other treatments to get you looking your perfect self.
if you're not happy with something, I say go for it and do something about it, they offer everything from laser facials, facial peels (I'm getting one next week), fillers (had, love!), tattoo removal, mole removal (this is something I am looking into) and microdermabrasion plus a lot more I can see my Manchester clinic ending up like a second home. Self improvement of course needs to be an internal continuous process but as long as the internal is always being maintained where's the harm in some external improvements?