IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is an innovative, reliable and safe method of removing unwanted hair for both men & women. It stands out as the most effective and least painful method among other hair removal techniques. When compared to laser treatments, the patented IPL hair removal system is gentler on the skin and more versatile in treating a broader range of skin tones and hair colours with better results.

Our IPL treatment is based on a state-of- the-art technology that delivers rapid pulses of high intensity light to the area that is being treated. The light energy is converted into heat, which destroys the hair follicle at the root (shaft), inhibiting future growth.

One of the biggest advantages of the our technology is that the client almost always witnesses fast loss of hair following treatment, as the follicle has been destroyed and the pore is clean. While IPL doesn’t require any downtime, there are a few important guidelines to follow before, after, and in-between treatments. Typically after one IPL treatment, 30% and 40% of the hair in the treated area will slowly begin to fall out, this occurs roughly between one and three weeks after each session.
Sessions are spaced 4-6 weeks apart and for best results we recommend a minimum of 6 sessions up to 12 sessions depending on the hair type and skin tone.

All IPL Hair Removal Treatments require a FREE Patch Test and Consultation at least 48hrs prior to the first treatment

Due to our advanced technology we can treat all Skin Tones, Skin Types and most Hair Colours.
Our Flat Rate of only £44 per area/ per session makes our pricing easy to understand e.g:
Full Face = £44
Under Arms -= £44
Half Legs (both) = £44
Full Legs = £88
Bikini = £44
Full Hollywood = £44
Half Arms = £44
Full Arms = £88
Chest = £44
Lower Back = £44
Shoulders & Upper Back = £44
Stomach = £44

Mini Areas are only £25 per area/ per session
Upper lip = £25
Chin = £25
Naval Line = £25
Hands and fingers = £25
Feet and Toes = £25
Typically after one IPL treatment, 30% and 40% of the hair in the treated area will slowly begin to fall out, this occurs roughly between one and three weeks after each session. Sessions are spaced 4-6 weeks apart and for best results we recommend a minimum of 6 sessions up to 12 sessions depending on the hair type and skin tone.
Always inform your therapist if you have taken any medication
Some medications can cause photosensitivity (sensitivity to heat and light). Medications such as Ibuprofen MUST be avoided for 48hrs before and after any IPL Treatments. Other medications can be checked by your Dynamic Beauty Therapist.

Avoid plucking and shaving

Plucking and shaving hair after IPL Hair Removal procedure can cause faster regrowth of unwanted hair. To prevent this from happening, it is important to avoid touching the treated area in between procedures. If you need to remove the hair please only shave.

Soothe irritated skin
A little redness or itching is expected after a procedure. You can remedy this problem through cold skin cream or Aloe Vera Gel recommended by your therapist . A cool compress can also help close the pores and calm the irritation for a time. Persistence of the problem should prompt an immediate return to the clinic for consultation.

Stay out of the sun
Skin may be sensitive after your hair removal procedure. This makes it especially prone to hyperpigmentation if exposed to direct sunlight. The resulting discoloration and sunspots are very unsightly. When going out, make sure to wear long trousers, skirts or dresses. You can also apply sunscreen if you plan on wearing shorts or miniskirts. Select sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 30 for best coverage.

Moisturise your skin
Dry skin is more prone to irritation. Prep your skin after every procedure by applying a moisturizing lotion, unless contraindicated. Regular applications can help slow hair growth and keep your skin smooth and supple.
When it comes to beauty, maintenance is important. Make it a habit to observe these practices in order to maintain the effects of IPL hair removal.
Is Laser better than IPL? This is by far the most common question asked when it comes to hair removal.

In this article, comparisons will be made between Laser treatments and Dynamic Beauty IPL treatments.

Laser (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) and IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) are both effective methods of targeting and destroying ‘chromophores’ in the skin using a method of Selective Photo-Thermolysis. Examples of chromophores are hair & skin melanin, haemoglobin (acne, broken capillaries) and water (hyaluronic acid).
So to answer this question let’s take it back to the facts.
  • Emits a monochromatic wavelength (one colour)
  • Emits coherent light waves (parallel)
  • Emits a polychromatic wavelength (multi-coloured)
  • Emits non-coherent light waves (multi-distances scattered)
With those facts in mind, BOTH Laser and IPL have their advantages.
A Laser beam can emit one colour wavelength only as well as the waves being completely parallel so energy is targeted through one single beam.

Advantages of Laser
  • Pin point treatments can be performed
  • A higher level of direct heat on the skin can be reached
  • Specific wavelengths can be targeted
Laser machines have different ‘spot size’ attachments making it easy to adapt to different surface areas. As the heat created from Laser is more direct it is retained in the skin for a lot longer. The wavelength selected is specific to each treatment.

An IPL light emits multi-colours scattering the light in different directions with energy being targeted to different locations.
Advantages of IPL
  • A larger surface area can be treated at once
  • Multiple layers in the skin can be targeted within one light flash
  • Direct heat on the skin can be regulated
IPL machine hand-pieces are a box shape small enough to adapt to all surface areas. The heat created by the IPL scatters into the skin’s layers spreading the heat to a safe but optimum temperature. The wavelength selected is specific to each client, skin and hair type.

So how do you know which treatment is the most suitable for hair removal?
During a consultation with an aesthetic therapist regarding Laser & IPL treatments, the main things being assessed will be:
  1. Client phototype (colour of the skin)
  2. Intensity of concern (eg thickness of hair/pigment colour/size of acne
  3. Location of skin concern on the client
Both Laser and Dynamic Beauty IPL are suitable for all client phototypes dependant on each machine. Laser machines may not offer hair removal treatments for all client phototypes using one machine due to safety restrictions, so more than one machine will need to be present. Dynamic Beauty IPL machines allow hair removal treatments to be performed on all client phototypes using one machine only.
As Laser machines emit a more intense heat reaction via the parallel beam, this can sometimes mean treatments are more painful and slower.
As IPL machines emit a more multidirectional light, this often means treatments are more comfortable and quick.
When performing hair removal treatments an energy level specific to the hair follicle strength must be reached. However, if the energy level exceeds what is necessary for that specific hair follicle to be destroyed this can actually stimulate resting hairs surrounding the area to start growing. It is a common misconception that ‘the hotter it is, the better it is.’
How quickly will you see results and how long do they last?
There is no such thing as ‘permanent hair removal’ as it is hormones that stimulate hairs to be produced, which will only slow down naturally with age. Both Laser and IPL offer hair reduction treatments making the process of the hair growth much more manageable for the client.
For clients with a higher skin phototype, the process of reducing hair growth can take longer as protecting the skin’s natural pigment from being at risk to heat is a top safety priority. For clients with a lower skin phototype, the process of reducing hair growth can be quicker as there is less natural skin pigment for us to have to protect. Factors that can affect the hair reduction process are, in a lot of cases, hormonal regrowth. It is advised to never compare one area to another, as different parts of the body have different hair growth cycles.
It is argued that Laser treatments can provide a quicker result for the client. With its higher beam intensity and deeper wavelength, hairs in the deepest skin layers can be targeted but this would come with stronger heat retention in the skin, a more uncomfortable experience for the client and more cost. IPL treatments may provide a slower result for the client but with a more regulated heat retention in the skin, a more comfortable experience and less cost, some would argue this is preferable. Most clients receiving treatments using the Dynamic Beauty IPL Machine see a difference within 1st or 2nd session.

I would highly recommend Dynamic Beauty, I have the IPL and the results are great! The girls make you feel very relaxed and they are extremely professional.
I had microblading today and I am delighted with the results.
Such a great place, I will be a repeat customer for life!
Thank you so much xxx

Audi Wheatcroft



I work a busy 9-5 with a commute up to London and train at the gym so build a lot of tension up in my back.
So I went for a back, shoulder and neck Swedish massage at Dynamic Beauty.
I felt absolutely amazing afterwards, "value for money" doesn't even come close the the benefit I received.
If you're feeling a bit stressed out at work or you've had a tough session at the gym, I'd highly recommend this treatment.
The staff are friendly and the space itself it bright, clean and welcoming.
Definitely making a monthly appointment!!
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Dynamic Beauty is amazing I noticed a massive difference in my leg and under arm hair straight away, it's incredible.And the staff are amazing as well, they make you feel so comfortable and are just genuinely lovely. I can't wait to come back for my third treatment.