Laser Hair Reduction2018-01-08T19:48:34+00:00

E-Light Laser Hair Removal Treatments

*E-Light or elos hair removal is the perfect marriage of RF and IPL technology to deliver a more superior laser hair removal result with less risk of hyper or hypo pigmentation in darker skin tones. This advanced technology is a more comfortable & effective treatment than laser or IPL and is the safest option for the delicate bikini and underarm areas.  When used on the face E-Light will reduce both dark and fair velous hair.

E-LIGHT FOR DARK SKIN

Safer treatment option for darker skin tones.

E-LIGHT FOR FAIR HAIR

E-Light effectively reduces fair, red & velous hair growth.

QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS

Fully Trained Staff & Qld Government Certified

Highest Standards

Laser technicians are trained to manufacturers standards, for a safe laser experience.

PRECISE IPL PROCEDURES

Overlapping IPL shots means thorough treatment.

IPL Service Customisation

Adjustable settings to suit your hair colour & skin tone.

*Please Note:  Prior patch testing is required before all eLight and IPL treatments can be performed.  Best results are achieved with a package of 6 treatments. Discounts apply to prepaid packages so please ask your laser practitioner for more information.

Men’s E-Light Hair Removal – Face

Elight or elos hair removal is the best choice with darker skin as the risk of burning dark skin is reduced with more treatment comfort and the effectiveness of treating lighter hair is increased with dual mode elos technology.*

Men’s E-Light Hair Removal – Body

ELos or E Light is also known as dual function IPL hair removal.  E Light is safer on dark skin as it reduces post treatment after burn.*

Women’s Elight Hair Removal – Face

Elight or elos hair removal is the best choice with darker skin as the risk of burning dark skin is reduced with more treatment comfort and the effectiveness of treating lighter hair is increased with dual mode elos technology.*

Women’s Elight Hair Removal – Body

IPL Laser Hair Removal Treatments

*IPL hair reduction is an Intense Pulse Light technology used to effectively reduce and remove unwanted facial and body hair.  When administered by an experienced practitioner the risks of over heating complications are low and the result is considerable hair reduction.

Men’s IPL Laser Hair Removal – Face

Men’s IPL Laser Hair Removal – Body

*IPL is a more thorough and effective means of hair reduction.  Single beam lasers can miss patches of hair and generally the light frequency used can not be adjusted to suit different skin tones or colours.

Women’s IPL Laser Hair Removal – Face

Women’s IPL Laser Hair Removal – Body

Laser Hair Reduction FAQ’s

Yes.  IPL light frequencies are non ionizing, which means they do not cause cancer.  Many studies have been undertaken without any indication arising that IPL causes cancer.  There are some risks involved though that may lead to discolouration or scarring.  A good IPL technician will give you all the pre and post treatment guidelines & skincare to ensure you are prepared for every session with little to no risk of over heating.

Firstly we choose the IPL hair reduction setting suitable for your skin tone and hair colour.  Each IPL shot will target the colour in the root of the hair causing damage that makes the hair fall out.

In most cases yes.  This is because hormonal changes within the body can reactivate the growth of hair in the area treated.  Generally treatment results will last between 1 – 2 years before an IPL hair removal treatment will be needed again.

No.  Laser hair removal uses a single beam of light to target the colour in the hair that it comes in contact with.  Many use Single Laser hair removal because it is quick to perform, unfortunately the results are very patchy requiring many return visits.  IPL hair removal uses Broadband Light to treat a larger patch of hair in one shot.  As the shots are overlapped IPL treatment will take longer to perform & be more expensive, but the results are far more effective than Single Beam Lasers, with less treatments required.

Yes.  It is a requirement by the Qld Government we adhere to safe laser practices.  As such consultation, written consent and laser patch testing is required before we can perform any laser treatments on our clients.

* Results may vary from person to person.