HairX Hair Removal

September 25, 2015

Wondering how to get rid of the hair in your body? Then head to HairX Hair Removal.

HairX Hair Removal

Yesterday, I got invited to their Blogger’s Event and believe me, it’s my first time to attend one. I was really nervous about it but as soon as I got there, I did not feel nervous anymore. I talked to fellow bloggers as well. The owner was really kind and accommodating. The whole place was inspired by Japanese culture.

Front desk

HairX: Making IPL Hair Removal, accessible, affordable and available to Filipinos.

Here in Manila, IPL (intense pulsed light) hair removal is not new in the cosmetic industry. But compared with other common procedures like plucking, shaving, waxing, and DIY (do-it-yourself) depilatory creams, IPL hair removal have always been an expensive alternative. Not anymore. Hair X, the latest neighborhood hair removal clinic in the country, aims to make IPL hair removal (and laser-based skin and facial care) accessible, affordable, and available to more Filipinos.

I, too, have been on the search on looking for the best hair removal service in the area. I have tried plucking, shaving, waxing and even laser hair removal treatment. I still haven’t found the best way to reduce and slow down hair growth in my body.

While other temporary hair removal procedures are cheaper, they still leave the skin with unnecessary trauma and negative side effects such as ingrown hair, darkening of underarms, inflammation, and, at worst, infection. IPL renders less damage to parts of the skin not included the treatment, which means faster healing. It uses intense pulsating beams of light to remove unwanted hair after regular sessions, effectively slows hair growth, and lessens the negative side effects caused by other short-term procedures.


Who would want to have skin trauma and other negative effects after having some treatment? I for one have encountered some painful damage due to some of the procedures mentioned previously. Well, I don’t.


Hair X makes available a range of affordable programs and payment options for value-seeking Filipino men and women who want to permanently remove hair easily, painlessly, and professionally. It is run by a highly trained medical team using the latest in first world equipment, techniques, and procedures, and is housed in an antiseptically clean and relaxed environment. One of Hair X’s brand new, cutting edge pulsed light technology is called Forma IPL System.

Forma IPL System features a dual pulsing technology, making the hair removal procedure very comfortable.  It emits a unique flash, characterized by a very short pulse duration and high energy at the same time. These standards optimize the way energy hits the hair root and renders the treatment efficient, safe and painless.

With Hair X’s advanced IPL equipment administered by professionals at best value packages, more Filipinos can now afford to have hair-free smooth and blemish-free skin all over.

Photo on the left is the IPL Machine and on the right is the Aqua Peel Machine

Well aside from hair removal, Hair X also offers facial services in the form of its signature facial and the Aqua Peel treatment, which cleanses, exfoliates, extracts, and hydrates the skin using an especially designed machine that removes impurities and infuses treatments.

Staying true to its passion of making hair removal affordable, accessible, and available, IPL hair removal starts at P300 per session.

Service menu
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On another note, when I got to tour the place, I instantaneously fell in love with how it looks. Its appeal to my senses is so exquisite which why I cannot resist taking photos.

Here are some of the photos of the treatment rooms at HairX:



This is what you’ll see at the receiving area.

What I wore to the event
HairX is located at 2/F  Eight Forbes Town Road, Forbes Town Center, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig, and is open from Monday to Sunday, from 11am to 9pm. To guide you better, here’s the location map:

So, what are you waiting for? Try HairX Hair Removal now! ☺︎



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