Unwanted body hair can prove a real confidence-drainer. But as aesthetic expert Dr Claire Oliver reveals, the latest technology can really help.

For many of my female clients unsightly hair can prove quite debilitating, leading them to steer clear of certain social situations or even certain items of clothing. Excessive growth on the upper lip, chin, chest, stomach or back can make them feel less feminine and very self-conscious.

At Air Aesthetics, we fully understand how this can affect your day to day life and have chosen our innovative hair removal treatments to not only successfully tackle your issue but also restore your confidence.

Created for those looking to permanently reduce unwanted body hair, our innovative Lynton Laser uses light energy to treat you from top to toe. A laser beam passes through the skin to an individual hair follicle; the intense heat safely damages the follicle, inhibiting future hair growth. It can be used to specifically target problem areas, from your legs, arms and back to more intimate areas including chest, nipples and bikini line.

By harnessing the very latest technology, this high-end system can achieve 75-100% hair loss, depending on skin type. A full consultation is carried out by one of our experts to establish the best course of therapy for the area and discuss the kind of results you require. Patients generally undergo a course of between six to ten treatments, with a four week gap in between. A few new hairs can grow back over time and some people may require top-up appointments every few years.

While darker hair gives the best results and is generally easier to treat, the Lynton Laser has shown improved results on light coloured hair such as blonde, grey and red.


Dr Claire Oliver is the founder of Air Aesthetics which boasts two multi-award winning clinics in the West Midlands – one in Henley-in-Arden and the other at The Cube in Birmingham city centre. For more information or to arrange a consultation call 0845 519 5377 or send us an enquiry on our Contact Us page.