Welcome to Georgia Rose
Advanced Skin, Laser & Beauty
07428595979 georgiaballard23@gmail.com

Be beach ready, everyday

IPL hair removal is the future to unwanted hairs anywhere on the body for both men and woman! This treatment will provide you with silky smooth skin all year round!

Say good bye to shaving rashes, 12 o’clock shadow’s and painful waxing appointments and say hello to more time,  easy upkeep and most importantly, hair free skin!  

With just one course of 6 – 12 treatments spaced 4 to 8 weeks apart you will be beach ready, everyday. Join many other client’s who started their hair removal journey and are stunned they didn’t start earlier. 

This treatment is also perfect for people struggling with hormonal imbalances like Polycystic Ovaries or Hirsutism.


You will need to a receive a consultation and patch test 48 hours prior to treatment. You will be sent an online medical form that must be filled out pier to our appointment. When you arrive we will discuss pre and post aftercare guidance required and how the process actually works, I will then patch test a area of your skin and allow you the chance to ask me as many questions as you like.

£20.00 – 15 – 20 minutes (This fee is completely reimbursed when taking your first hair removal payment, if you are medical unfit to continue with treatment then you will receive 50% of your consultation fee back)

Facial Hair

  • Top Lip –  £40.00
  • Chin – £40.00
  • Lip & Chin – £69.00
  • Jawline – £45.00
  • Side of Face – £40.00
  • Facial Cheeks – £47.50
  • Centre Brow – £40.00
  • Neck – £47.50

Body Hair

  • Underarm’s – £40.00
  • Areola or Navel Line – £40.00
  • Lower or Upper Leg – £70.00
  • Full Leg – £125.00
  • Extended Bikini Thigh Hair – £45
  • Lower or Upper Arm – £60.00
  • Full Arm – £85.00
  • Hands & Fingers – £40.00
  • Feet & Toes – £40.00

Intimate Hair 

  • Bikini Line – £50.00
  • Brazilian / Hollywood (everything gone / anus optional ) – £79.00
  • Brazilian / Hollywood with Shape (landing strip, martini glass, triangle etc.) – £79.00
  • Buttocks – £50.00

Facial Hair

  • Beard Shaping – £45.00
  • Neck – £47.50
  • Full Bread (Including Neck)- £85.00
  • Centre Brow – £40.00
  • Back of Neck (Hairline) – £45.00
  • Earlobes – £40.00

Body Hair

  • Chest – £70.00
  • Stomach – £70.00
  • Full Torse – £125.00
  • Half Back – £70.00
  • Full Back (Includes Shoulders) – £125.00
  • Hands & Fingers – £40.00
  • Feet & Toes – £40.00

Intimate Area 

  • Speedo Line – £60.00
  • Brazilian / Hollywood (everything gone / anus optional) – £100
  • Buttocks – £50.00 

When you buy 3 treatments on the same area upfront you will receive 5% off the hole package.  

When you buy 6 treatments on the same area upfront you will receive 10% off the hole package.

Combined Areas

  • Lip & Chin – £69.00 Saving £11
  • Woman’s Facial Area (Lip/chin/Facial Cheeks) – £91.50 Saving £25.00
  • Hollywood & Underarm – £99.00 Saving £20
  • Hollywood & Underarm & Half Leg – £159.00 saving £30 
  • Hands & Fingers or Feet & Toes When added to a treatment – £15 Saving £25

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Helpful Information

To achieve long lasting or permanent hair reduction, it is necessary to destroy the hair follicle from which individual hairs grow. Well controlled pulses of light penetrate the upper skin layer and are absorbed by one of the body’s own natural chemicals – melanin – in the hair contained in the follicle.
Melanin converts the light energy into heat. This heat is transferred to the hair follicle, which is destroyed, making it unable to produce a new hair. The treatment is only effective on growing hairs as these are still attached to the follicle. The majority of our hair is in the resting phase which explains why more than one treatment is necessary. This technique is called “Selective Photothermolysis”.

Patch Testing Requirement’s

  • I will require you to have had a patch test at least 48 hours before your appointment. This will involve a consultation and quick patch testing using the IPL machine. Any kind of reaction must be shared with me including redness, itchiness, rash, swelling or bruising (or any other symptoms you may feel is linked).

  • Your patch test must have been completed within the previous one year or we will need to repeat it. If you have had a IPL hair removal treatments within the last year then we will not need to repeat a patch test as the IPL Treatment will have been in contact with your skin and will be sufficient at monitoring for a reaction.

  • If you have any changes in your medical condition, then we will need to repeat a patch test regardless of the time since your last tint treatment. This is because your body changes and could react to the IPL Treatment.

Health Requirement’s

Certain health problems and medication will prevent or restrict the treatment. If you are suffering with something that isn’t on this heath requirement list including any medication then please check with your G.P before making an appointment.

  • You need to be 18 or over to have this treatment.
  • If you are of have become pregnant during treatments. 
  • If you are breastfeeding.
  • If you have a tattoo in the area you are wanting hair removal. (This can be worked around)
  • If you have waxed, sugared or plucked the hairs during your treatments or 2 weeks before starting. (you can shave in-between treatments)
  • If you have herpes 1 & 2, due to the heat from the treatment it can cause you to have a outbreak. (this can be worked around)
  • If you are prone to keloid or hypertrophic scarring. (this can be worked around)
  • If you have Epilepsy and other types of seizures caused by flashing light. (You need a doctors note)
  • If you are taking hormone supplementing medication. (your will need a doctors note)
  • If you have (PSOS), Hirsutism or any other hormonal imbalances. (This must be mentioned when making your appointment)
  • Viruses such as the flu, colds, cold sores, warts.
  • Bacterial infections such as impetigo, boils, conjunctivitis, sties.
  • Fungal infections such as ringworm, blepharitis.
  • If you have severe eczema, psoriasis or dermatitis, open wounds/cuts or abrasions. (Some of these are able to be worked around)
  • If you have used sunbeds or been in direct sunlight with in four week prior to treatment.
  • If you are sunburnt.
  • If you have used tanning products within four weeks prior to treatment, such as creams, lotions and sprays. (these may interfere with the IPL treatment)
  • If you have had chemical peels, micro-dermabrasion or any resurfacing treatments with in 3 months prior to treatment..
  • If you have been using Retain A, Renova with in the last 3 months or have had Isotretinoin (Accutane) or any prescription skin products with in 6 months prior to treatment.
  • If you have had a light based treatments like Laser or IPL etc.. with in 6 weeks prior to treatment.
  • If you have had Botox or other injectable procedures with in one week prior to treatment.
  • The use of Retin-A or other retinol products with in 48 hours prior to treatment. (only on the area being treated)
  • Recent operations or scar tissue.
  • Moles, Skin Tags and Varicose Veins (this can be worked around)
  • Highley sensitized / irritated skin or compromised skin barrier.
  • Certain allergies (this can be worked around)
  • Have you ever experienced claustrophobia (this can be worked around)
  • Have a history of fainting. (this can be worked around)

Anything that can be worked around must be mentioned during the making of your appointment. If you are at all unsure of anything then please check with your G.P before making an appointment.

Pre Care

  • The area of treatment should be shaved at least 12 hours prior to treatment.
  • Wear loose-fitting clothes on the day.
  • Drink at least 1 litre of water the day before and the day of treatment – this helps your body to regulate its temperature.
  • Do not turn up to your appointment immediately after exercise.
  • Avoid applying any products on areas of treatment, keep it dry and clean prior to treatment.
  • Do not expose the skin to UV light (sunlight or sunbeds) or apply any self-tanning products for 4 weeks prior to treatment.

After Care

  • Do apply Aloe Vera gel or calming creams for 3 days after the treatment.
  • Do wear loose clothes to avoid friction on the treated area for 48 hours.
  • Do keep treated area clean and dry for 48 hours.
  • Do drink plenty of water.
  • Do use at least SPF 50 sunscreen for at least 2 weeks if not longer.
  • Avoid exposing skin to UV light (sunlight or sunbeds) or self-tan for at least 2 weeks after treatment if not longer. This is to minimise darkening of the skin. (hyperpigmentation).
  • Avoid heat treatments such as spas, steam rooms and saunas for 7 days.
  • Avoid excessive scrubbing or applying pressure to the skin for 4-5 days. This is to allow the treated skin to recover and to prevent any infection.
  • Avoid shaving the treated area for 72 hours after treatment.
  • Avoid exercising for at least 48 hours.
  • Avoid hot baths and hot showers for 48 hours.
  • Avoid anything that involves chlorine (e.g. swimming) for 48 hours.
  • Avoid make-up on the treated area for at least 48 hours.
  • Avoid the application of perfumed products or bleaching creams for 48 hours.
  • Avoid scratching the treatment area if blistering or crusting occurs, as this can cause scarring.
  • Avoid waxing, tweezing and threading for the complete duration of the treatment course.

To expert a reduction in hair growth or permanent results after a course of multiple treatments.

  • A nice warm welcome and a consultation form to be filled out by you or the parent or legal Guardian of the child who is under the age of 18 nut older then the age of 16.
  • A friendly discussion to talk about the treatment, what products to use and if there are any health issues that I need to be made aware of. 

  • A patch test to be carried out at least 48 hours before your treatment.
  • A clean and sanitises shop with fully sanitise hands, machinery and instruments. For me to wear a mask, apron and single use medical grade disposable gloves when needed to.

  • Extra time for you to get undressed and dressed in private, if needed to.

  • To then get you comfortably on the cosmetic bed, ready to start our treatment.

  • A antiseptic wipe to used on the area being treated, followed by a  application of cold gel.

  • To be given sterile eye protein wear.

  • To carry out the treatment, safety and effectively.

  • Regular check in’s by me to see how your sensitivity and comfortability is doing.

  • Once we have finished we can move to reception area and discuss aftercare, payment and your follow up appointment.
  • A text message or phone call 48 hour after your first ever IPL treatment to see how your skin has got on.

  • Do not leave long periods of time in between your treatments, try to plan out your appointments for every 4 weeks until you have reached desired results. 
  • Check the pre and post aftercare guidance and plan your appointment’s around your lifestyle.
  • If your unsure always start with one small area first like your underarms until you are happy and ready to add more areas on.

Frequently asked questions

The sensation will always very from individual and treatment area.

IPL is virtually a pain free treatment and all medical grade machines will have a freezing mechanism attached to the IPL handle, this mean when every shot of heat is dispersed a shot of cold is also dispersed to create a more comfortable treatment and to keep the skins tissue safe and cool.

I myself have had the treatment done is many areas and do not think its painful or uncomfortable.  

Your hair grows in 3 different stages shown by the image above: Anagen, Catagen & Telogen. 

Your Anagen stage is our active growth stage, when the Derma Papilla is still attached to the Hair follicle. This stage is the only stage IPL or laser can effect your hair growth by heating up the melanin with the hair and damaging the follicle and blood supply. 

This means every treatment we carry out only a third of your the hairs are being treated, this is why multiple treatments are needed and why they need to be spaced at least 4 weeks apart to allow the natural hair cycle to occur ready for the following treatment.

Everyone is individually different, some clients will have their course of treatments and will need to return for top up treatments with in a year or couple of years to maintain smooth hairless skin and some clients wont need to return at all and there isn’t a way in telling how your individual treatment results will go unless you have the treatment done.

There are factors that can simulate hair to grow after your course of treatments and these are pregnancy, the menopause, certain medication and severe changes to your health. 

It’s important for clients who are interested or are going to have IPL or Laser hair removal treatment’s to be aware of the possible top up treatments needed.

Clients that have returned for top up treatments have said “their hair has never grown back the same, it is thinner and lighter and much easier to managed”. Overall they are happy with the results and would recommend it to a friend.

There are different types of hormonal imbalances, some that work great with IPL or Laser treatment and some that might need on going IPL or laser treatments and some that wont be able to be treated at all.

Clients that are going through the menopause might start experiencing dark hair growth in areas like their chin or lip, these hairs are treatable but due to the fluctuation of hormones the client will probably go through a period of growing new hairs regularly which can make the treatment appear unsuccessful when actually the treatment is working but the body is producing more hairs then normal due to the hormonal fluctuations. This might make client’s wish to wait until there hormonals have settled down before starting treatment however some clients don’t want to wait and are happy to have this treatment to maintain any hairs that are coming through.

Clients that suffer with polycystic ovaries or hirsutism will be experiencing extra growth in areas they do not wish to have, this makes IPL or laser hair removal a really positive treatment to have done but this doesn’t treat the underling issues which means the body will most probably continue growing unwanted hairs which means this treatment will most probably be on going with regular tops up to managed the unwanted hairs. I have treated so many clients with these issues and each one have said this is the BEST hair removal method to maintain their hair growth.

Any other health issues that might also be encouraging hair growth will need to visit their G.P first and address the underlying issues. This will ensure that IPL or Laser treatments will be safe to carry out but also effective.

Yes, This can happen and isn’t uncommon. Depending on the client and their skin/hair type the machine may only be able to damage the Dermal Papilla (the blood supply) making the blood supply very thin and unable to produce enough food for the hair to grow probably causing the hair to grow back weak, very fine and light.

This is actually still a desired outcome for many client’s as it still gives them freedom from trying to manage thick dark hairs. (especially in intimate areas)

It is extremely important you do not wax, pluck, surger or do any type of hair removal that involves removing the hair from the follicle. If you do remove the hairs from the follicle you will experience a wasted treatment, this is because you will be removing the hairs from the active Anagen stage and forcing them to regrow which means your following on appointment will be treating empty follicles.

This can be very difficult for clients especially when the hairs are in visual areas like chin or lip. You can however shave or trim the hairs and even use some hair removal creams at certain times in-between treatments. 

Also I need you to shave the area on the day of your appointment or the night before. This allows the light energy to dive straight in to the hair follicle without spending half its time of the hair shaft above the skin.

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