Laser Hair Removal

The purpose of Laser Hair removal procedure is to reduce unwanted body hair.

Our premium laser equipment features a trio clustered wavelength technology.

This edition combines 3 laser wavelengths into a single innovative handpiece, which simultaneously targets different tissue depths as well as anatomical structures within the hair follicle. By combining the absorption and penetration levels of three different wavelengths, along with the treatment coverage, comfort and low maintenance treatment intervals, we can achieve the safest and most comprehensive hair removal treatment available today.

What technology do we use?

Different clinics use different techniques and technology, which is precisely why you should do some research into where you intend to have your laser hair removal treatment. Here at Laser Hair removal by Suroya, our triple wavelength laser combines the benefits of all 3 wavelengths, achieving excellent results to any mono wavelength approach on their own.

We use only medical-grade FDA-approved lasers and the most advanced technology on the market that helps to cool and soothe the skin as the treatment is being performed. This means better results, less discomfort, safer procedures and faster treatment times.

How does the treatment work?

When the laser beam passes over the skin, the heat from the energy source selectively destroys the hair follicles that are actively growing (versus those that are resting or in falling out phase).

How many treatments will I need?

Because hair actively grows in different cycles, approximately 6 or more treatments are required to achieve a significant, long-term reduction in hair growth.

Will my treated hair ever regrow?

Industry standard for hair reduction is generally about 80 to 90% reduction in hair. However, there are no guarantees of any percent reduction due to several factors that are different for every individual including but not limited to skin type, hair colour, hair type, hair density, medical history, medications, patient compliance with pre/post care instructions and individual response to treatment.
It is important to maintain a regular treatment schedule as proposed by us.

The Nature of the Laser Hair Removal Procedure

If you have been looking at treatment options for permanent hair removal, then you have probably come across both laser hair removal and IPL and may be wondering what the differences are.

In short, laser hair removal is safer, more effective, and the only way hair removal should ever be performed.

Both laser hair removal and IPL have been available commercially since the mid 1990’s but are distinctly different. Please be advised that many hair removal clinics will claim to provide “laser” hair removal, when in fact they only use IPL technology.

Laser and IPL hair removal both work on the same principle which sees light energy absorbed by areas of high pigment such as hairs, which gets heated up. The heat damages the follicle, slowing hair growth and even preventing it completely. The main difference between IPL and laser hair removal devices is the light source used. IPL uses broad-spectrum visible light whereas laser hair removal utilizes the properties of a laser.

But due to the way the technologies themselves work, laser and IPL treatments vary in terms of:

Treatment time:

The beam of light used in laser treatments are very concentrated, laser devices have a very small treatment window. Thanks to the broader flash of light used in IPL, IPL devices feature a bigger treatment window and so can cover a much larger area at once, meaning a much faster treatment time in comparison to laser.

Pain rating:

The single, more pointed beam of light used during laser treatment is often reported to be slightly more painful than IPL treatment.


Laser light is more expensive to generate; therefore, laser treatments will attract a higher service charge whereas IPL is often much more affordable.

Please see our treatment prices via our ‘Book Now’ tab or by hitting the ‘Contact Us’ option.

Longevity of results:

As a compromise for the increased price tag and pain level, the results from laser treatment can mean far less top-ups are required between sessions. But, as with any kind of light-based hair reduction, you will always need to continue with top-up treatments to help prevent hairs from growing back.


Laser light is very powerful and can even be dangerous. Because of this, at-home laser hair removal devices use significantly reduced power, especially in comparison to their expensive salon equivalent. The bonus of IPL treatment is that it is much safer to use as the light is less concentrated, and so can be used at-home risk-free for long-lasting results.

Should you have any further questions., please use the ‘contact us’ option and drop us your enquires and we will reply to you in a timely manner.