If you’ve been thinking about laser hair removal for some time but afraid of the costs involved, well, worry no more. The cost of laser hair removal does vary from clinic to clinic, the area of the body being treated, and the type of laser used. Some clinics will price in different ways, too. For example, some clinics will charge per duration of each treatment, whilst others will charge a fixed fee per treatment regardless of the amount of hair in the area or the time required for treatment. At Shumaila’s Beauty, our pricing is both competitive and transparent. We strive to offer our clients a laser hair removal treatment that is affordable, successful, and over the long term very cost-effective.
How Much Does Laser Hair Removal Cost?
Understanding the cost of laser hair removal is important to consider when deciding whether it’s the hair removal treatment for you. For those who are tired of shaving daily yet desire a well-groomed and hair-free body, laser hair removal is the ideal solution.
Unlike other methods of hair removal which me be cheaper initially, once you consider the cost of razors and shaving creams over the course of your lifetime, it is shocking to realise how much money has actually been spent. As a cost-effective treatment, laser hair removal does require a somewhat larger initial financial outlay, but also offers the promise of ending the daily chore of what is shaving and waxing.
In general, our laser hair removal prices range from £25 to £105, depending on the area of the body being treated. For example, the smaller areas of the face including the upper lip and jawline can be treated for only £25, whilst full leg hair removal can be anywhere from £72 to £105. We also offer discounts for booking a course of sessions. For example, a course of six results in a significant savings as opposed to buying individual sessions. We also offer a promotion whereby our clients can purchase two different laser hair removal packages and receive the third for free.
Although necessary to undergo multiple procedures, on average six to twelve depending upon the area treated, each individual is different and there are certain factors to consider, including the size of the area and the hair type. Many clients find that they may need annual top-ups to maintain hair-free skin, and this is something which can be discussed as part of your treatment plan with your professional therapist at Shumaila’s.
Who Pays for Laser Hair Removal?
The cost of laser hair removal treatment would have to be met by the client as this is not a treatment offered under the NHS. The only way in which the NHS would cover the cost of your treatment is if you had a medical condition which resulted in excessive body hair growth. Therefore, it is always advisable to discuss with your GP whether your excessive body hair is a result of a medical treatment or concern.
Whilst some laser hair removal practices may set their pricing on the level of hair growth, the thickness of hair and the amount of hair, at Shumaila’s our pricing is consistent across the board. If you are considering laser hair removal, then now is the time to contact us for a no-obligation consultation to discuss how our clinic and our award-winning laser are right for you.