Laser Facial Treatments
Laser doesn't just treat unwanted hair, it also targets what you want to treat to reduce such as pigmentation, vascular lesions, spider veins, fungal nail infections and skin rejuvenation treatments.
Permanent Makeup Brow/Lip Tattoo Removal - Remove undesirable eyebrow or lip pigment with a laser treatment. Results are evident straight away. More than 1 session will be required to achieve a softened appearance. This method is more desirable for fading the pigment before being able to have the brows or lips redone more to your liking. 6 weeks inbetween removal sessions is ideal to achieve the full healing process.
Red Vein/Spider Vein Removal - Treating red/pink/purple broken capillaries with the laser so they lighten substantially. You must wait 4 weeks between sessions.
Laser Tattoo Removal - There are two types of removal offered at Kiwi Beauty - Treatments and Training.
Traditional Method - This is the usual method of removing that tattoo. Each treatment is spaced 6-8 weeks apart, and depending on the depth of the ink, size of the tattoo, where it's placed on the body, how long it's been there for, the colours used for tattooing and your skin type, then Hayley is able to give you a predicted time frame of sessions to achieve this. This method requires several sessions to achieve removal.
R20 Method - This is slightly more aggressive but very successful in removing a tattoo that is only black in colour. The treatment is spread over two hours and carried out 4x in that two hours, spaced 20 minutes apart. Each session repeated increases in intensity, with 64% of tattoo's being removed successfully after just one treatment. Only a 7x7cm area can be treated at one time, however if your tattoo is bigger you can treat the other part in a two week time frame.
Nail Fungal Removal - Whether you have one toenail effected or several, the whole nail set will need to be treated because of how contagious and easily spread this fungal infection is. These can be treated 4 weeks apart. Two types of laser heads are used - the first will work on bringing the infection from deeper down in the nail to the surface. The second laser head will then treat the infection at the superficial level to kill it off. It is likely you will need two treatments to achieve complete removal.