Laser hair removal

Laser Hair Removal

Does unwanted and excessive hair cause you embarrassment? Does it prevent you from feeling comfortable in certain clothing and does it cause you to suffer low self-esteem? If so, then laser hair removal treatment is for you.
Razor2Laser, a uniquely positioned service provided to all wishing to undergo laser hair removal, can guarantee that all treatments and care are provided exclusively by a qualified laser hair removal nurse practitioner at all of our laser hair removal clinics.

Skin Lesion Treatments

With the knowledge, skills and experience to treat most common skin lesions, including, Telangiectasia (facial thread veins), Spider Nevus, Campbell de Morgan (red blood spots / cherry angiomas) Fibro pithelial Polyps (skin tags) and Milia, Mina Willment, a fully registered surgical nurse, carries out all treatments under sterile conditions at a range of clinic settings to suit client’s needs.

Helping PCOS Patients

With a specialist interest in woman suffering from the condition Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and associated Hirsutism, Mina continually works towards building awareness of PCOS and its numerous associated symptoms.

A member of the charitable organisation Verity, which offers help, guidance and education for those and their partners affected by this condition, Mina and the R2L team champion awareness with education and support offered to each patient affected.

What to expect

You can book a laser hair removal treatment at any of our 3 clinics:- Chichester, WorthingBurnham.  At one of these clinics you will have an initial consultation where you will have the opportunity to ask any questions. A brief medical history will also be taken. This will be followed by a patch test on the area to be treated. A patch test involves testing a small
area of your skin type to see how well it responds to the laser treatment. You will then be seen around 48 hours later to assess the laser’s effect. This will allow your laser practitioner to become familiar with your skin type and will work as a useful guide to optimise your treatment.

What is the Patch test?

The patch test involves non-invasive testing of a small area of your skin and treatment area to see how well it responds to the laser treatment. This is a pain free test carried out entirely by R2L’s experienced laser removal nurse practitioner.

What happens next

Following the patch test, you will be seen around 48 hours later to assess the laser’s effect. This will allow your practitioner to become familiar with your skin type and will work as a useful guide to optimise your laser hair removal treatment.

At all R2L hair removal clinics you will have an initial consultation where you will have the opportunity to ask any questions. A brief medical history will also be taken. This will be followed by a patch test on the area to be treated. A patch test involves testing a small
area of your skin type to see how well it responds to the laser treatment. You will then be seen around 48 hours later to assess the laser’s effect. This will allow your laser practitioner to become familiar with your skin type and will work as a useful guide to optimise your treatment.

“After first treatment the hair just fell out – it was incredible! Haven’t
touched my chin for over three weeks where as I was shaving every day. I am so pleased I don’t have to do anything to my chin, my make up sits so much better.”