Spa Touch Demonstration Video

Are you ready for permanent hair removal?

Making a decision about how best to remove unwanted hair is daunting. There are many options and it can be hard to know what to choose for the best: waxing, depilation creams, plucking, bleaching or shaving. All of these options can have unwanted side effects and they only last for a few weeks at most.

Deciding to leave behind the routine of waxing, shaving or messy depilation creams is even more daunting, but making the decision to remove your unwanted hair permanently could be the best decision you ever make! Giving you freedom from tedious temporary hair removal – and saving you time and money in the long-term. For long-lasting results and no more hassle permanent hair removal is the other option.

Permanent hair removal has traditionally only been possible using electrolysis or lasers. This way each hair has to be treated individually which is very time consuming, not to mention expensive! There is now an alternative to electrolysis and laser hair removal. Using the latest LHE (Light Heat Energy) technology or Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) the system is called Spa Touch LHE. It is one of the few systems approved by the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) for permanent hair removal and is suitable for removing facial and body hair. Spa Touch LHE is the alternative to laser hair removal and electrolysis for quickly and safely removing unwanted hair.

Spa Touch LHE gently, and permanently, removes the hair down to the root. The energy of light and heat damages the hair germ cells, thus destroying the hair, without harming the surrounding skin. Even better this system works on all hair colours (unlike most lasers which tend to treat only dark hairs). It’s quick too – because Spa Touch targets a large number of hairs at once it is 10 times faster than electrolysis and laser hair removal.

To discuss any aspect of Spa Touch LHE or to book a course of treatment for permanent hair removal please contact Gwenda on 01732 763250 or use our contact form on the right.