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November 23 2019
Benefits of At-Home Laser Hair Removal In the past couple decades, laser hair removal treatments ...
November 12 2019
Although the mechanics of IPL and lasers work in a similar way, they differ in many ways. One such way are wavelengths. Laser hair removal works differently in that it uses just one specific wavelength emitted from the diode, but IPL has multiple wavelengths, all between 500 and 1,200 nanometers, that scatter within the skin, making it more effective and efficient, and covering a wider range of your treatment area for a quicker process. IPL works kind of like a flash lamp, sending out scattered wavelengths of light making it very targeted. As with all light based treatments, IPL works by emitting a wavelength into the skin and allowing it to target the hairs’ pigment. Think of it in the way that black clothing absorbs heat on a hot day, whereas white clothes reflect it. The light is absorbed by the dark pigment in the hair, quickly turning to heat, and killing the growing follicle cells that make new hairs. After the first two treatments, your hair becomes lighter and finer, and over the course of several treatments, the hair growth cycle comes to a stop, eliminating regrowth and leaving your skin smooth and hair free.
November 12 2019
IPL is a wonderful technology that is FDA approved and has amazing results for a fraction of the time and cost of traditional laser hair removal treatments. Not only will you save time and money, but you can do it all in the comfort of your home, seeing visible results in just two treatments, and permanent results within just eight weeks!