What is polycystic ovary syndrome?

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that affects how the ovaries work. It’s not clear exactly what causes PCOS, but it’s thought to be linked to hormone problems. PCOS is a common condition which the NHS believe affects 1 in every 10 women in the UK. Although a high number of women have the condition not much awareness has been raised, leaving those who have PCOS feeling underrepresented.

This awareness day we’d like to help put a stop to that and raise awareness for all those affected by PCOS by offering one small area (any facial area) of laser hair removal for FREE!

 

How common is polycystic ovary syndrome?

Those with PCOS usually report signs becoming apparent during late teens or early 20s, however women can often go undiagnosed. One study in particular found 70% of women who have PCOS hadn’t been diagnosed.

 

Symptoms can include:

If you feel you match the above symptoms, then we recommend you book in to see your GP as they’ll be able to help with diagnosing.

 

Why free laser hair removal?

You may be wondering why a free laser hair removal? Facial hair on women is one of the most common symptoms for those with PCOS and is often cause of upset and feeling extremely self-conscious. We acknowledge that removing unwanted hair is a tiresome and lengthy process, one which is often due repeating the following week or even within days. We’re here to help! By taking the daunting task out of your hands we can help dramatically reduce the appearance of hair also helping to combat ingrown hairs and shadowing. Letting you enjoy a hair-free care-free life!

Exclusively throughout September get a consultation, patch test and one small area of laser hair removal for FREE!

Our expert professionals recommend laser hair removal as a course for optimum results with some improvements often seen from the first treatment.

 

Let’s get you booked in!

To book in for a FREE consultation get in contact today!

Email us: info@thecosmeticcentre.co.uk

Call us: 01844 335110

Additional help and information about polycystic ovary syndrome

If you need any more information or help regarding PCOS we recommend visiting the below links for specific advice in this area

NHS PCOS

PCOS Awareness Association

PCOS Heathline