Pseudofolliculitis Barbae (PFB) - PFB, or razor bumps, is a common condition in which the regrowing hair, after shaving, curves back towards and pierces the skin resulting in a pustule or papule. PFB is very prevalent in populations with curly hair, affecting nearly 85% of men of African decent and a growing number of women. The LightSheer's excellent safety profile for all skin types including the darkest skin, makes it a safe, effective and revolutionary alternative for the treatment of pseudofolliculitis barbae.

Do not thread, wax, pluck or bleach the hair for at least 4 -6 weeks before the patch test or first treatment. After the patch test, leave at least 24 hours. If there are no untoward reactions, such as rash, pustules or markings then you will be able to commence with the treatment.  As the facial hair grows between 4-6 weeks and we will only be able to  target the hair that is at it's anagen stage, ie the hair's growing stage whereby the root of the hair is attached to the follicle. The light emitted from the laser tip will convert to heat which will in effect heat the hair shaft. In the process of the hair root being attached to the follicle will allow effective damaging of the hair follicle. If the hair follicle is damaged, it will be unable to grow another hair. 

If you suffer from any of the following  or are taking certain medications then we are unable to provide laser hair removal treatment. Cancer, Keloid scarring, Insulin Diabetes, Roacccutane Medication. On White or grey hair. 

 

Treatment prices are as follows

Lip and Chin £35 -£40 >Upper Lip: £20 >Full face: £60

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