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Court House Clinics
When Dr Bowler opened the initial Court House Clinic in 1998, in Brentwood, Essex, it was one of the first doctor-led clinics of its kind to offer both surgical and non- surgical treatments. The Court House Clinic now boasts ten branches across the UK, in Birmingham, Bournemouth, Brentwood, Haywards Heath, London, Maidenhead, Sheffield, Southampton, Watford and Wilmslow.
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Laser hair removal at home
Have you noticed when reading a glowing product review in a magazine or online that a few pages later there is a large advert placed by a marketing agency for the product manufacturer. One of the most hyped product ranges in our industry are home laser systems. We are here to draw a clear comparison between a home system and that found in a beauty clinic so you can decide whether you stand a chance of getting the permanent hair reduction results you deserve. Click here to read the full Review on Laser Home Hair Removal.
Burns and side effects from laser hair removal and skin rejuvenation
Hypo pigmentation (decreased skin colour) The opposite of hyper pigmentation, lightening the skin. Normally only a temporary side effect.
Infection is rare in a professional clinic.
Burns, scarring and blindness. Is much more likely if the laser operator isn't fully trained or unsafe equipment is used. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for specific advice to help your case. Everyones skin is different and a pre-treatment patch test is used to check that the right laser and settings are used to offset any side effects, such as burns, during treatment. A full medical history should be taken prior to any treatment being offered to exclude any problems.
Laser cost comparison
During these credit crunch times, spending £945 on a beauty treatment may seem hard to justify. However, at Cynosure we’ve done the maths for you – by committing to laser hair removal you could be saving yourself at least £2900.
Looking for a safe laser clinic?
WhichLaserClinic.com is the first registry since deregulation to check clinics meet safety criteria making professional clinics stand out from the crowd BUT this is not enough and we are not happy that cowboy clinics are still abusing unsuspecting clients which is why we are lobbying the Dept. of Health to reinstate mandatory checks on all non-surgical clinics.
Current UK legislation is reactive which means it is very effective once an accident has happened. In this environment we ask all new clinics to show they have been independently checked by safety professionals such as a Laser Protection Advisor (LPA), the CQC, or Local Authority Safety Officers. Other attributes such as laser hair removal equipment, training, specialist treatments etc.. are contained within the listing for you to check and compare.
Take time to find the most professional clinic. Clinics who still prioritise safety are more likely to be fully trained and have relevent experience. To give you maximum value per treatment your laser clinician will be using the highest safe energy level (fluence) to the treatment area after assessing your hair and skin type. For example if you have fair skin fluencies can be used from 25 to 40 J/cm² for darker skin types 10 to 20 J/cm². A cowboy clinic will be more likely to treat everyone at the same low level. They may not burn anyone but neither will they stand much chance of providing good long term hair removal results once you have visited them for the usual 6 to 8 treatments at great cost.
Laser hair removal in London
Clinics offering laser hair removal in London should be amongst the safest in the land as legislation is in place to carry out safety testing but Special Treatment Licences issued under the London Local Authorities Act 1991 are not being enfoced. We contacted over 50 London clinics and not one responded with evidence of being checked. The Special Treatment Premises Code of Practice will require that a certificated Laser Protection Advisor (LPA) is used to produce local rules and provide ongoing support and advice.
We believe the reason Borough Safety Officers are not inspecting clinics is down to usual cuts in public spending. This, however, does not appear to be totally about money as the legislation is in place, codes of practice have been written and WhichLaserClinic.com is being offered as a free resource to register clinics which have been checked. The safety officer's time is paid for by the Special Treatment Licence fee. There should be no outstanding cost to the Government and fees should be kept at reasonable levels for struggling laser clinics.
People that we currently trust to check laser clinics in London are;- 1) Care Quality Commission, who still check surgical laser clinics 2) Laser Protection Advisors 3) Trained Local Authority Safety Officers.