Back hair removal

Ever wondered whether you were part man/woman, part gorilla? You are not alone.  

Even though you are probably super intelligent (see this interesting article about body hair and intelligence: http://www.askmen.com/top_10/entertainment/top-10-things-men-should-know-about-body-hair_4.html ), you probably don’t enjoy having a fur coat permanently attached to you in this hot climate.  If you’re not being poked fun at by your friends, then you yourself probably don’t enjoy constantly having to shave your back, or worse,  getting someone to shave it for you!

One of the most popular Hair Removal areas for men is for sure the Back, Neck, Shoulders followed by Upper Arms.

Whether it’s just to neaten up the tufts that stick out of your vest or going full spine smooth, let us decrease your load so that you can BARE ALL.

Perhaps your issue is more about BACKNE or even Ingrown Hairs as result of continuous waxing?  Then without a doubt your first step is to remove all the hair so that you can treat the skin. Come for FREE consultation, you have nothing to lose!

If you’re looking for a Permanent Hair Removal System, then look no further than The LightBarr! You can call us on 084 299 4029  between 9am and 9pm daily!

We offer a relaxed environment with all the privacy required.  What’s more, we are the only AFTER HOURS Hair Removal & Skin Rejuvenation option in Cape Town.

Too make an booking online simply click here: http://thelightbarr.co.za/make-an-appointment/send us your digits and  WE WILL CALL YOU BACK!  

Appointments only.

Permanent Back Hair RemovalSmooth backHair Free Men

Before and after back laser

You may have some questions. Click here for answers:  http://thelightbarr.co.za/f-a-qs/

Also see Beards: http://thelightbarr.co.za/beards/

Currently, The LightBarr is  able treat persons with skin types 1, 2, 3 and 4.

Applicator to treat skin types 5 and 6 coming soon!!

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The Fitzpatrick scale or Fitzpatrick skin typing test or Fitzpatrick phototyping scale is a numerical classification for human skin colour. It was developed in 1975 by Thomas B. Fitzpatrick, a Harvard dermatologist, as a way to classify the typical response of different types of skin to ultraviolet (UV) light.