Getting yourself Christmas-party ready!

The Christmas party season is in full swing right now, and many of us will have been buffing and polishing ourselves so we look and feel our best for the disco balls and obligatory dancing round the handbag. But what about *ahem* unwanted body hair? Oh, come on, we have all got it, and we all want to know the best way to get rid of it right?
Have you ever thought about laser hair removal? Billed as a safe and virtually pain-free method of removing unwanted hair, it works by focusing a laser beam right down to the base of the hair follicle, and stopping hair growth in it’s tracks. Because it is a non-invasive and gentle hair removal system it can be used anywhere on the body – face, legs, underarms and bikini area, and performed at a laser hair removal clinic you know you are in good hands.

Sk:n clinics offer a thorough consultation and test patches before you go ahead, as well as a review session after your 4th treatment. Following your last laser removal treatment you even get a free deep exfoliating glycolic peel (worth £80) so you feel completely revitalised, fresh and ready to face the world! And if that’s not enough, you also get some vouchers to try other sk:n non-surgical treatments and products too!

For the festive season, I think I would also take a look at the skin peels – rejuvenating and reported to ‘take years off you’ this would be ideal for the special time of year. And I have to admit, the idea of lying back with my eyes shut while someone gently rubs my face is very appealing.

So how do you prepare for all the parties at this time of year? Do you have a tried and tested beauty routine, or do you like to try something new? Have you ever had a laser removal treatment?

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