How often will I have to take the hair remove treatments?
To achieve the best possible hair reduction result, sessions should be scheduled about 4 to 8 weeks apart or when new hair growth is noticed.
Will I feel pain during the hair removal treatments?
We adopt for a nonirritating and gentle hair removal system, you will not feel pain. However, there are some differences depending on your skin type and hair type.
How many sessions does it take to complete the hair removal?
The treatment works by disabling hairs that are in their active growth cycle at the time of treatment. Since other hairs will enter their growth cycles at different times, additional treatments may be necessary to disable all of the follicles in a given area. Most patients wish to have 4 to 8 treatments.
Are there any additional charges?
There is no additional charges. We charge only the price written on our price list.
Who will be a practitioner? Male or Female?
We have both male and female staff. If you have a preference, please let us know at the time of your reservation.
Are there any possibilities that I cannot have the hair removal done?
The highest priority is your health and safety, we will determine the status during the counseling on your first visit. If people apply to the following matters listed below, the treatment might not be available.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes, we accept VISA, Master and JCB. (*Lump-sum payment only.)
|People who we cannot ofter the removal done||The points where you cannot have hair removal done.|
|・ Those who have been drinking on that day.
・ Has plans to drink after the hair removal treatment.
・ Has poor physical health.
・ Has the extreme dark colored skin.
・ Has no difference between skin and hair color.
・ Has been taking medication continuously.
・ Taking medication on the day of hair removal.
・ Before or after illness.
・ Has keloid diathesis, allergic to light, and herpes.
・ Has been cancelled by the salon. (for any reason.)
・ Has extremely weak skin.
|・ On the suntanned or sunburnt areas.
・ Surrounding areas that have been injured.
・ On the mucosal area.
・ Areas where plastic surgery has been done.
・ On a tattoo.
・ Areas that have bruises, blotches or moles.