Our Tri-Beam Ice laser hair removal technology is suitable for all hair colours and skin types. The machine comes with cooling technology that ensures Laser Hair Removal is a safe and comfortable treatment that yields effective results.
This treatment can be performed by the:
* Note - Some machines configurations will not perform this treatment. Please contact us if you’re unsure.
10-90 minutes (approx.)
Back to Work*
2-3 days estimated
No. of Treatments
Mild redness and tenderness
Laser Hair Removal relies on a scientific process called photothermolysis. Melanin in the hair strands absorbs the laser light, which is then converted into heat. The thermal energy destroys the hair strand and subsequently damages the hair follicle, preventing new hair from growing. As a result of this, Laser Hair Removal can be a permanent method of hair removal and is an efficient and cost-effective alternative to methods such as shaving. While clients will be able to see results from one session, a course is recommended for the best, long-lasting results.
Our Tri-Beam Ice machine combines three wavelengths; Alexandrite (755nm), Diode/Pulse (808nm) and YAG (1064nm). This enables you to treat all skin types and hair colours safely. Furthermore, the handpiece has a cooling tip which stops the surface of the skin from getting too hot, preventing burns or blisters.
Laser Hair Removal has multiple benefits:
- Treats all hair colours and skin types
- Safe and comfortable treatment
- Can be used to target virtually all areas of the body including toes and earlobes
- Cooling technology prevents blisters and burns
Previous Treatment: Plasma Eye Lift Blepharoplasty
Evidence-based review of hair removal using lasers and light sources
Haedersdal M, Wulf HC.
Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
"...evidence exists for a partial long-term hair removal efficacy beyond 6 months postoperatively after repetitive treatments with alexandrite and diode lasers and probably after treatment with ruby and Nd:YAG lasers..."
"The evidence from controlled clinical trials favours the use of lasers and light sources for removal of unwanted hair"