The experts in smooth, silky, hair free skin from top to toe,
M Maclean senior nurse said, "All skin is different so it makes sense to have a range of lasers at our disposal. Most hair removal clinics have access to just one laser for all treatments, which means some clients won't get the type of hair removal that is best suited to their skin colouring and hair type.
"We're passionate about skin and have developed a medical-focus on hair removal, investing heavily in three of the latest lasers which allow each treatment to be carefully aligned to the client's body and individual needs. It's this precision that delivers long lasting and professional results with no damage to the dermis and no discomfort to the client."
Ideal for men and women who dream of silky skin without the pain and inconvenience of regular waxing or shaving,
Mixing medical-grade lasers with sublime hair removal expertise, visitors looking for touchably soft skin with no regrowth can choose from a range of hair removal options including the award-winning Soprano XL (http://www.cityhairremoval.com/soprano-laser-hair-removal-london). A revolutionary method for permanent hair removal,
Winner of the 2012 aesthetics award, with one gold medals and one silver medal for best brand, best treatment and new product innovation, the Soprano XL is a red-carpet worthy solution for city stylistas wanting to blitz unwanted body hair. Suitable for all skin types on the industry -standard Fitzpatrick skin type scale, the Soprano XL laser hair removal system uses a sweeping motion technique to ensure comprehensive coverage on legs, arms, backs and stomachs. With a feeling similar to a hot stone massage, the ultra effective treatment is safe and fast, taking just six to eight sessions on average to permanently remove unwanted hair.
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