Virtually any area, apart from the inside of the nose and inner ear (the rim of the ear can be safely treated). Common areas for woman are facial areas (top lip, chin, neck, cheeks, eyebrows) breasts, abdomen, underarms, bikini line, legs, fingers, and toes.
Common areas for men are the upper arms, around the ears, top of the nose, eyebrows, top of the back, cheeks above the line of the beard, and any areas where in growing hairs are a problem.
Transgender women often require facial hair removal, some chest hair removal and pre-surgery genital hair removal for sex re-assignment surgery (SRS)
Transgender men having genital surgery may require donor site hair removal, usually from the arm or leg.
Facial hair removal and hair removal for surgical preparations can be funded by the NHS via your gender identity Clinic at the appropriate stage of treatment.