Frequently Asked Questions

LASER stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Laser hair removal works by the light of the laser being absorbed by the pigment in the hair, the light then goes down to the follicle the base of the hair This destroys the hair by heating it up and this in turn gets rid of the unwanted hair.

Our diode 808nm wavelength makes treatments fast and it is suitable for pale skin types with dark hair.



Interest free payment plan is available on courses of over £800.


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Kent Laser Lounge ONLY use the most advanced leading medical grade lasers, not IPL machine.

Once you purchase your laser hair removal treatment, you can Immediately book your patch test and first session. You can have your patch test at least 48 hours prior to your first session. This will determine whether you are suitable for laser and to ensure that no adverse reactions occur, a small area will be exposed to the laser in order to determine that we are using the correct settings for your skin needs.

Based on our clients who have had or are having laser hair removal with us, the treatment is not as painful as waxing.

We recommend every 6 weeks between your treatment times (for body sessions) and 4 weeks between your treatment times for (face). As the number of growing hairs begin to reduce, we may space your treatments out even further and this is to ensure we catch the hairs in the active stage of growth the anagen stage.

The number of treatments needed is dependent on the individual based on many factors for example, the area being treated, the type of hair being treated, medical background and conditions such as stress and hormonal influences in the body such as PCOS. Usually 6 sessions is sufficient however some people might desire more. We also have maintenance sessions if required. In most cases, women’s face will require more sessions than any other part of the body because as women get older, they tend to grow new hair on the face. In other areas of the body such as intimate, legs and underarm are much more successful.

As long as your hair is suitable for laser, most areas of the body can be treated. Areas such as brows cannot be treated simply because it is too close to the eyes and male intimate area (scrotum & penis) cannot be treated. We can however, treat the public mound, all these can be discussed during your laser consultation appointment.

Absolutely NO. It is just a myth. Laser does not cause cancer neither does it cause infertility because only the surface of the skin can be affected by laser (if in the wrong hands). For cancer to occur, there has to be damage to the DNA of a cell and the energy needs to be IONIZING by breaking them up into strands or breaking them to mutate. The energy used in laser is NON- IONIZING so you can see why laser hair removal energy is not linked to cancer.

Laser hair removal treatment is not recommended whilst pregnant or breastfeeding however you can always purchase any of our special offers and you can commence your treatment whenever you are ready.
Our special offer packages have no expiry date.