The new independent laser hair removal clinic opens in Edgbaston Medical Village In Aid of Polycystic Ovary Charity, Verity.
Davinder Dulay, a Birmingham business woman has opened Edgbaston’s first pain-free laser removal clinic, Laser-Skin on Hagley Road.
She has invested over £80,000 in the latest pioneering technology. The clinic will offer its latest hair removal treatment using the Motus AY machine, the first and only in Edgbaston.
The Motus AY machine is frequently used by the NHS and is the world’s first FDA approved Alexandrite and Nd:YAG Laser for virtually ‘pain-free’ hair removal treatments on all skin types – Differentiating it from any other Alexandrite Laser technology on the market.
Supporting Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Charity, Verity, anyone attending the clinic at any time with (PCOS) will automatically receive a discount on all treatments and Laser-Skin Clinic will be donating 100% of each discount to Verity.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is a common condition that affects how a woman’s ovaries work. It can cause excess androgen – high levels of “male” hormones in the body. Symptoms can manifest themselves in a variety of ways.
Laser-Skin clinic is based within the newly opened ‘Face Studio Clinic’. They also offer aesthetics, skin and dental treatments. For further information about Edgbaston’s first pain-free laser removal clinic, visit the Laser-Skin website.
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