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Laser vs Waxing

To wax or to laser? That is the question for many. Waxing has been around for a long time and is very popular. It works by applying warm wax onto a hairy area and then smoothing down a wax strip on top. The wax sticks on to the hair, and when the strip is pulled away, the hair is also pulled along with it. It can be a bit uncomfortable (many find it painful) but it does the job of getting the hairs off from the root. While Laser Hair Removal treatment is the removal of body hair using the technology of laser. The treatment works by targeting the hair follicles with laser light. The heat damages the hair follicle and stops them from producing any more hair.

 

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To Wax Or To Laser

I prefer and recommend having a Laser Hair Removal Treatment over waxing if you can afford to. The treatments can be quite pricey but you clearly I have tried both ways and I found the laser method to be the most effective way of getting rid of body hairs. My laser treatment was on my chin. I had annoying hairs on there, so I decided to get them off using laser. It worked great. I had 6 Laser Hair Removal Treatment sessions in total, and the treatments left my chin feeling and looking completely hair free. You can read all about my Laser Hair experience here, here and other related blog posts.

With waxing, I still have some areas waxed quite regularly, like my eyebrows. Using laser on them won’t be ideal, so waxing does the job for that and other bits.

 

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If you are considering having a laser hair removal treatment done, I would say you should go for it. It is a great effective treatment to get rid of facial hair, hairs on the legs, and underarms. The team at Pulse Light Clinic do a great job, and they offer free consultation, which is amazing. You can find Pulse Light Clinic at the following locations –

 

Bank Clinic 1

1st Floor, Peek House, 20 East Cheap,
London, EC3M 1EB

0207 523 5158

 

Tottenham Court Rd

5 Percy Street, London, W1T 1DG

0207 205 4085

 

Bank Clinic 2 – Fenchurch Street Clinic

1st floor, 150 – 152 Fenchurch Street,
London, EC3M 6BB

0207 593 8055

 

You can find out more about this treatment at Pulse Light Clinic in this video. Mariam Must shares her laser hair removal experience with us.

 

 

Have you had a laser hair removal treatment before? What are you thoughts?

 

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The Dos And Don’ts Of Laser Hair Removal Treatment

Laser Hair Removal Treatment have become very popular in the last few years. I had 6 Laser Hair Removal Sessions on my chin in 2015/2016, and I am still very happy with the result. I still have to wax a few hairs off at home every 6/8 weeks but it is nothing compared to what I was dealing with before my treatment.

This Laser Hair Removal Treatment is very effective for many of us but for the treatment to work effectively and safely, there are some precautions you have to take. It is an expensive treatment

 

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The Dos And Don’ts Of Laser Hair Removal Treatment

Here are some of the dos and don’ts of Laser Hair Removal Treatment –

 

Do shave

You don’t want visible hairs on the area where you are having the treatment done as the hairs would get singed. You can shave in between sessions to get the hairs off. Shaving is the best way to get rid off hairs without damaging the roots.

 

Don’t wax, thread or epilate

Don’t wax, thread or epilate while you are having the laser hair removal treatment, as it would remove the hair from the roots. The laser treatment works because the machine used is attracted to the hair’s pigment underneath the skin. So if the hairs are waxed off for example, there won’t be anything on the hair for the laser to zap. If this happens, you might have to wait up to another four to six weeks for the root to re-form until you can be treated again.

 

Do wear sunscreen

You need to have on a high factor sunscreen. Your skin becomes more sensitive to UV rays after having the Laser Hair Removal Treatment, so make sure you protect your skin.

 

Don’t apply makeup

So no foundation, powder, concealer or any sort of makeup on the area to be treated. Having makeup on the area could lead to skin burns while having the treatment.

 

Do avoid sun exposure

You should avoid sun exposure while undergoing the treatment. Excessive exposure to sun could damage your skin as it is now more sensitive to UV rays.

 

 

Excessive hair growth can be very uncomfortable for a lot of women. So if you feel you need to get rid off your body hairs, you should look into having a Laser Hair Removal Treatment done. Pulse Light Clinic offer this treatment in London. They have 3 clinics at the moment and you can find them at –

 

Bank Clinic 1

1st Floor, Peek House, 20 East Cheap, London, EC3M 1EB

0207 523 5158

 

Tottenham Court Road

5 Percy Street, London, W1T 1DG

0207 205 4085

 

Bank Clinic 2 – Fenchurch Street Clinic

150 -152 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 6BB

0207 593 8055

 

You can also watch a testimonial from a customer who shared her experience after having a PCOS Laser Hair Removal.

 

 

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How to Lose the Belly Fat

For many of us, once we pop a kid or 2, our belly never goes back to how it was pre pregnancy. We usually develop a bulge we hide under the girdle. Sexy bikinis and crop tops becomes a thing of the past! We can’t be caught wearing them! Pregnancy changes our bodies in so many ways, and for the most of us, it is hard to accept the new mummy body. I remember how hard I found it in the early days. I lost the pregnancy weight quite quickly but I didn’t lose the belly fat that quickly. It stayed with me, along with the stretch marks to serve like a form of reminder I guess.

 

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So I had to step up my exercise game to get rid of the fat that needed to go, and thankfully, it disappeared after some time. I am still working on my body, and with the help of GymCube – online fitness and nutrition website, that provides live online exercise classes daily and online coaching, I am getting there. I will be updating you on my fitness journey next week, so look out for that post.

 

How to Lose the Belly Fat

As mothers, we experience all sorts of body changes. This is why I am so passionate about this CoolSculpting treatment. I wish I had the opportunity to have this treatment back then. I would have taken it with both hands.

For those who have never heard of the CoolSculpting treatment, it is a treatment uses the fat freezing technology of Cryolipolysis. It is an effective way of getting rid of fat cells without the need for surgery or needles.

Here is a video with a bit more information on the CoolSculpting treatment carried at Pulse Light Clinic London.

 

 

The CoolSculpting treatment can be carried out on the bum, chin, thighs, and back as well as on the belly. I love the sound of the treatment. The fact that you no longer have to go under the knife to lose the belly fat, and fat in other areas is amazing. It is also good to know you can carry out your daily activities immediately after this treatment.

I am happy with how advanced technology is going. Good to know there is now a non-surgical treatment that helps us lose the belly fat. You can contact Pulse Light Clinic for more information on this treatment. You can find them at –

 

Bank / Liverpool Street Clinic

1st Floor, Peek House, 20 East Cheap, London, EC3M 1EB. 0207 523 5158.

 

Oxford Street / Tottenham Court Road Clinic

5 Percy Street, London, W1T 1DG. 0207 205 4085.

info@pulselightclinic.co.uk

 

Did you struggle with your post pregnancy body? How did you lose the belly fat? Please share your thoughts.

Thanks for reading. Have a lovely day.

 

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