Hair Removal Options and Treatable Areas

At Thérapie Clinic, we offer a free consultation to every client in order to review their skin tone, colour and unwanted hair to see if laser hair removal is a viable solution for them, or if we can present another solution to them.


We utilise cutting-edge, regulated laser hair removal technology to deliver safe and effective results, which inhibit the hair follicles.


We also offer professional waxing services to those who may not be suitable for laser hair removal.


We are fully trained, experienced and equipped to target treatment areas such as:

  • The upper lip, chin, beard and jaw line
  • Underarms and arms
  • Legs and bikini line
  • Back and shoulders
  • Chest and abdomen
  • Nose, neck and ears

Unwanted hair and methods of removal

Many people have unwanted hair. It’s common on the upper lip, chin, cheeks, back, legs, nipples – even on fingers and toes. It can have many causes, including genetics, certain medications such as steroids, higher levels of certain hormones, and polycystic ovary syndrome (often known as PCOS)


There are several ways to remove unwanted hair. With most methods, at least some of the hair will eventually grow back.




Shaving is often used for leg, arm, and facial hair. It needs to be repeated constantly; causes ingrown hairs (especially on the delicate skin in the pubic region) and can also cause skin irritation.




Plucking or tweezing can be painful, but it may be a good option if you only have a few hairs you want to remove. It’s fine if you just want to reshape your eyebrows or pulling out a few stray hairs that appear on your face. You should not, however, use this hair removal method for large areas. It can cause ingrown hairs or scarring.


Depilatory Creams


Hair removal creams, also known as depilatory creams, are available without a prescription. They’re not all the same, so be sure to read the label. For instance, you shouldn’t use a hair removal cream made for pubic hairs to remove hair on your face.


The chemicals in these products dissolve the hair shaft. Using a cream improperly — for instance, leaving it on too long — can burn your skin. If you have a history of allergic reactions, you should first test a little bit of the cream on a small area to make sure you don’t have a bad reaction to it.




You can do this at home or you can have it done by a professional, which is a better option. Waxing can be messy and painful unless done by a professional; home users find they may leave some hairs behind because they can break off. Infection is one side effect to watch for. If the wax is too hot, you may get a burn.  You should not use this method if you also use certain types of prescription acne creams (such as Retin-A). If you do, the wax will pull your skin off. Many women use this hair removal method in the bikini area and to remove hair on the upper lip.




Threading is a traditional Indian method of hair removal that some salons offer. The professionals who do threading use strings they twist in a pattern and use to pull unwanted hair out.


Laser Hair Removal


This is one of the longest-lasting methods and will require a course of treatments; usually about six. The laser beam or a light pulse works to destroy the hair bulb, and this method offers one of the most permanent, safe solutions to unwanted hair on most areas of the face and body.




Electrolysis is done by a professional who places a tiny needle with an electric current in the hair follicle. There are two primary hair removal methods with electrolysis: galvanic and thermolytic.

See the experts – Thérapie Clinic can help you get rid of unwanted hair

Thérapie Clinic specialises in laser hair removal; using medical-grade lasers for maximum safety, efficacy and comfort.


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