City Hair Removal

London Laser Clinic Seeing Increasing Male Hair Removal Trend

Laser hair removal uses light to target a pigment called melanin. Light is attracted to melanin and heats the root of the hair, permanently destroying the follicle.

 
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London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/12/2014 -- City Hair Removal is a London based laser clinic that specialises in hair removal, the clinic treats 40 or more clients every day from Monday to Saturday.

according to the Daily Mail, 1 in 3 men now wax their crotches" rel="nofollow" href="http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/london-laser-clinic-seeing-increasing-trend-for-hair-removal-treatment470341.html"> but it's not just women who don't want hair in this region, according to the Daily Mail, 1 in 3 men now wax their crotches and City Hair Removal say they are seeing an overall increase in male clients.

The clinic offers laser treatments for male clients and has even set-up a website page to target this growing demographic. The clinic offers male clients treatment on the arms, back, shoulders, underarms, pubic regions, legs, buttocks, chest, abdomen, hands, feet and face.

The clinic say that facial hair removal is very popular with men tired of the daily shaving routine, one benefit facial hair removal by laser can offer is the prevention and even treatment of in-growing hairs.

The clinic say that because of their investment in laser technology they can treat almost any hair and skin colour combinations, machines available to male clients at the clinic include: The Soprano XL, NDYAG, Alexandrite and Duetto.

The clinic offers both male and female clients a free initial consultation and patch test. The initial consultation enables the clinic to assess how many treatments each client will require to achieve permanent results and advise them on their suitability for laser treatment. The clinic is centrally located in Fenchurch Street London, on many major bus routes and a short work from 6 tube stations, the clinics closest tube stations are Bank, Tower Hill and Monument.