Love Laser at Enhance of Cheshire

Love Laser at Enhance of Cheshire

Don’t you just hate it when you pay someone a perfectly lovely and genuine spontaneous compliment on their moustache? Then, all of a sudden, she’s not your friend any more? The struggle is real, girlies, as more of us know than care to admit.


Sure, we are all feminists. We are equal (at least) to the lads. But, cheers fellas, you can keep that five o’ clock shadow (although you’re welcome to laser hair treatment, too). Mother Nature likes a joke and this one is on us – but no more. Girls, I’ve got you covered. Or uncovered, as the case may be. Read on…

A Hairy Situation

The reasons for excess facial hair – and we’re not talking a bit of soft peach fuzz here, are we? – and unwanted body hair are many and varied. If you’re blessed with what Nana called ‘a good head of hair’, then chances are, it’s ‘good’ elsewhere too. Some people are just predisposed to it, others suffer with hirsutism, hormone imbalances or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

Whatever the reason for it, unwanted hair on the face and body can have a huge impact on self-esteem and confidence, how we feel about ourselves, what we do, what we wear, who we talk to and how we interact with others.

Smoothing it Over (and Over and Over)

The traditional options to reduce or remove unwanted hair – plucking, shaving and smelly depilatory creams – can be effective, to some degree, at least. But they can also be time-consuming, messy, irritate the skin and really only last a short time. Waxing can last a little longer, and those depilatory machine thingies hurt like hell.

My eyes are watering at the memory…

We can joke and laugh about it, but really, it’s a nightmare. Well, not any longer. I am your fairy Godmother – let’s get you smooth and sorted. No judgment, no embarrassment, no pain. THIS is what I’ve been doing during on-and-off-and-on-again lockdowns: I qualified in all things laser. You know me, I don’t sit still for long!

Bring Me Your Hairy

After extensive studying and perfecting my art, I have invested in THE latest state-of-the-art laser machine and am now proudly qualified to add the following expert treatments to my portfolio:

  • HR hair removal
  • IPL hair removal
  • Tattoo removal
  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Carbon facials
  • Advanced acne treatments

I’ve zapped every inch of my own bod, AND had a little go at my fine facial lines. Now I just can’t WAIT to get going on you lot – and lots of you can’t wait for this new Enhance of Cheshire service, either.

Why Should you Have Laser Hair Removal?

Presumably, you already know that eternally waxing, shaving, plucking or creaming is no picnic. You may have skin irritations, bumps and breakouts or you may just be fed up with dealing with excess hair ALL the damn time.

State-of-the-art SHR (super hair removal) technology makes Enhance of Cheshire laser hair removal the fastest and safest way to remove unwanted hair. It is suitable for all skin types and all hair colours and virtually all body parts.

  • Legs
  • Armpits
  • Upper lip, chin and jawline
  • Back
  • Shoulders
  • Neck
  • Chest and décolleté
  • Bikini line
  • Tummy

My Diode Laser has a revolutionary cooling system which means the treatment is virtually painless too. At worst, maybe a little bit like being flicked with an elastic band. Nothing compared to the pain of spotting chin whiskers as you check your lipstick in the restaurant…

How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?

Stand by for the science bit. Laser Hair Removal is a clinical procedure which employs a concentrated beam of light to eliminate unwanted hair. The laser emits a light which is absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle. The energy from the laser converts into heat, which subsequently disables the growth cycle of hair. This is entirely without affecting the skin.

Laser hair removal can give incredible – indeed, often life-changing – results. This may take a good few sessions to achieve, and ongoing maintenance may be preferable. Hands up (not the one you’ve got clamped over your bristles, obv).

Who’s having which bit zapped first?