IPL hair removal, short for "intense pulsed light", could be described as the successor to the laser hair removal. While each hair must be individually deserted at the laser method, several hair roots can simultaneously be desolate in the IPL method. Find out everything about this permanent hair removal method.
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IPL Hair Removal: How it works?
Similar to the laser method, the IPL hair removal is based on the conversion of light into heat energy. Here, however, a plurality of light spectra are used, whereby a larger surface can be treated. With a flash lamp, the hair roots are obliterated by the resulting heat. After about 7~8 weeks, the hair will fall out.
As an obliteration via IPL is possible only during the growth phase of hair, but only about 20 to 30 percent of the hair at the same time in a growth phase, several IPL applications are needed. Depending on the body, skin and hair type up to eight applications have to be made at intervals of several weeks in order to achieve the desired result.
Advantages of IPL method:
The hair removal with IPL is virtually painless. Only a slight tweet is felt now and again of those treated.
IPL hair removal is permanent. This means that once deserted hair follicles can not regenerate and the destroyed hair can not grow back.
The applications of IPL hair removal are not limited basically. So IPL can be made to the legs, arms, chest, back, shoulders, buttocks, neck, neck, face and private parts.
IPL hair removal machine INS-VE01 is the most popular IPL hair removal system in 2016. Learn more about INS-VE01.