Frequenly asked questions about laser hair removal
ABOUT THE TREATMENT
What are the treatments like? How does laser hair removal work?
Laser energy is delivered through a small handpiece. The laser delivers an intense beam of light, which is absorbed by the hair follicle and converted to heat. The heat damages the hair follicle while the surrounding tissue remains unaffected. Your skin may be red immediately following the procedure. This typically lasts from a few minutes to several hours after the procedure.
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Is this permanent hair removal?
It is impossible to remove 100% of every single follicle in a given area as hair growth is a continuous process from your body but the good news is you will gain an outstanding permanent reduction. After your treatment, most of your body areas will have no hair and some will have sporadic light hairs remaining, you will notice an incredible change, the thick and rough hair will soon be soft and light. This remaining hair will be targeted on your next top up sessions that we recommend you keep having once/twice a year.
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What will influence my results?
As we are all genetically very different, laser hair removal could vary the results from one person to another depending on the combination of different factors like colour and diameter of hair, skin type, time between sessions, etc. While there are cases achieving the desire results at the 6th session there will be other cases that will need 9 to 12 instead.
Is Laser Hair Removal Safe?
Laser hair removal is a very safe treatment as it is carried out only by certified professional therapists with a medical grade laser FDA approved equipment. Before you are able to start your treatment, we carry out a consultation and a patch test.
During the consultation process we run a check with you about your personal case and we answer all your questions. It is extremely important that you provide us all the information in a truthful and accurate way to ensure the treatment will be safe and effective.
After the consultation, we perform a laser patch test targeting your selected area with 3-4 laser shots to make sure we know how your skin will respond to the treatment. After 24-48 hours, if there is no reaction on the area, you can then start your treatments.
How long do treatments take, and how many sessions will I require?
For a women’s body area the average is 6 – 10 sessions. For a women’s facial area the average is 10 – 12 sessions.
For men’s body area the average is 10 – 12 sessions. For men’s facial area the average is 10 – 14 sessions.
You MUST wait AT LEAST 6 weeks between each session to allow the remaining hair to grow back so we can target it on the following session.
Do you treat all skin types?
Yes, we treat all skin types.
Do you treat all hair colours?
Laser works as it is attracted to the pigment in the hair follicle. The darker the hair the better the results. Unfortunately laser does not work on blonde or red hair as they contain no pigment.
Is the treatment painful?
It will vary depending on the level of sensitivity of your skin. Most of our clients will notice some light discomfort during their first sessions that will lower down gradually during the treatment. The less hair you have the less sensitivity. All our equipment’s are designed with technology that helps the treatment to be comfortable and effective.
Is my treatment performed with a Medical grade machine?
IMPORTANT CARE AND PRECAUTIONS DURING YOUR TREATMENT
What precaution should I take throughout my treatment course?
Before and during your treatment, try to keep the skin as natural as possible, avoiding sun exposure, sun beds or self-tanning products, skin peeling products like glycolic acid (AHA creams) and Retin-A cream. Also be sure to tell us if you have been taking any tablets for acne such as Roaccutane, which must be discontinued prior to treatment. During your consultation, we will review any medications or supplements that you are currently taking along with all the information about your personal case to help determine the specific treatment setup.
What care do I need before my laser hair removal treatment?
- Shave the area 24 hours before treatment with new razor
- No plucking, tweezing or waxing for at least 1 month before treatment
- Do not use bleach or any hair removal creams for 2 weeks prior to treatment
- You must use SPF 30 (minimum) on the area daily
- Laser treatments cannot and will not be done if client has fake tan or natural tan on the day of treatment
- Before treatment please inform your therapist if you are taking any medication (antibiotics, supplements, vaccination, etc) or if your medication has changed since your last visit
- Avoid the use of sunbeds, fake tan, tanning injections, tanning tablets and sun exposure
- Avoid the use of make-up, body lotions and deodorants on the area prior to coming for your treatment
- Do not take painkillers 24 hours prior to treatment
- Do not take antibiotic 2 weeks prior treatment
What care do I need after my laser hair removal treatment?
- Apply Aloe Vera on the area to help soothe the skin
- No heat treatments, ie hot showers, baths, sauna, jacuzzi for 24 hours
- No vigourous sweating, ie gym, running for 24 hours
- Avoid sun exposure on the area
- Do not apply any deodorants or lotions to the area that has been treated for 24 hours
- Exfoliate the area one week after treatment to encourage the hairs to fall out
- Use sunscreen daily
- Avoid picking or scratching the treated area
- Shaving is the only method of hair removal in between treatments
How long do I have to wait to go back to sunbathing after my laser hair removal treatment?
It is recommended to wait at least 14 days to return to sun exposure.
ABOUT THE CONDITIONS
I have been doing my laser hair removal treatment at another centre. Is there a problem if I change my clinic?
None. But we must perform a new consultation and a patch test and wait at least 6 weeks from your last session.
Can I finance my laser hair removal?
Yes, please contact our Sensius staff at your selected clinic.
Do I have to pay for the consultation and patch test?
No, consultation and patch test are free of cost.
Frequenly Asked Questions About Mesotherapy
What are your minimum order quantities?
For custom made clothing of around 3-10 different items we can make 150/200 pieces of each design and colour including various sizes. However, if a specific fabric needs to be dyed in a pantone code then we will need 300 garments in total from that colour. For the production to go smoothly, we need at least 3 different garments per order.
How many designs can I order?
When it comes to design there are no minimum quantities, we can design a single garment with a complete tech pack. We have also worked on big collections around 30 pieces of different designs.
What are your lead times?
Our lead times for made to order clothing are 3-4 weeks for design and development *depending on the amount of designs needed. 4-5 weeks for pattern making and sampling. 8-10 weeks for bulk production.
Do I need a tech pack?
Yes, you will need a tech pack for each of your designs to produce your range with any manufacturer. Each tech packs contains a spec sheets with all garment details, artworks, visual design and colour options – measurements and size charts can be added additionally. This will be your blue print for each item which serves as a vital component to make sure the whole production process runs smoothly.
What type of companies do you work with?
We work with start-up companies and already established brands who want to create something bespoke.
Do you source fabrics and trims?
Yes, we source all fabrics and trims ourselves. We work with fabric and material suppliers based in Italy, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. If you have a specific fabric in mind, we will require a similar garment or swatch to match it with.
Where is your manufacturing based?
Our own factory is based in Bulgaria with a sourcing office in Sofia. However, we work with a few other suppliers all over Europe that we match our clients with depending on the type of clothing and quantities that they are looking to produce.
Can you produce clothing from my own designs?
Whats your process like?
Can you buy ready made clothing with my branding on?
What is your design catalogue?
Our design catalogue is a variety of popular men's and women's activewear garments that have already been designed, including tech packs and size charts, and pattern making. These garments can be customised by colour, sizes, adding your own branding and prints. They can be anything from equestrian training, yogawear, gym apparel or specific performance wear. MOQ starts from as little as 50pcs per item per colour.