The perfect introduction to laser hair removal, this experience at Beauty and Melody Spa is ideal for bikini lines and underarms.
For most people, hair removal is a chore that they would love to be free of, whether they are a slave to daily shaving or having to find time for depilatory creams, epilation or regular salon treatments. The increasing pace of technology means that people who want a longer-term solution to hair removal have that option, with laser hair removal proving one of the most effective and efficient ways to achieve that.
Beauty and Melody use Soprano Ice, an award-winning laser hair removal system that incorporates cutting-edge cooling technology combined with state-of-the-art laser techniques to provide almost pain-free hair reduction which works long-term. The city locations make these spas the perfect place for anyone who wants to use their time efficiently while they are in town.
This experience is ideal for those who want to treat a medium area such as their bikini line or underarms. The high-tech treatment is an advanced way to benefit from the freedom that long-term hair removal offers on areas which may be hard to reach or difficult to keep hair free with home remedies.
Please inform us of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part in this experience. A health check will be required which may result in the spa requesting a medical certificate.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Sunday, throughout the year excluding Bank Holidays, subject to availability.
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