IPL Hair Removal
IPL hair removal is a safe, virtually painless method of removing unwanted hair. It works by focusing a laser beam at the base of the hair follicle, halting hair growth. Laser hair removal is different to the Intense Pulsed Light system (IPL) which uses less powerful, diffused light waves. IPL hair removal can be used on any part of the body, including the most common problem areas: face, bikini area, legs and underarms. Many professionals and celebrities choose laser hair removal as it is considered the highest quality, most safe and effective way to remove unwanted hair from visible areas.
Laser beam or intense pulsed light (IPL).
Lasers are focused beams, whereas IPL uses interspersed flashes. While one visit will result in a lot of hair removal, it takes about 5 visits each one month apart to kill as much as 70% of the hair. Hair grows in cycles so you want to make sure you get as much of it as possible.
Who is it for?
It's not just women who get laser hair removal facts, a growing number of men are considering getting laser hair removal, especially males who have dense and dark thick shafts of hair on their back.
The amount of laser skin treatments has nearly doubled since 2000 and the percentage of men getting work done is increasing by leaps and bounds.
How does laser hair removal work?
A concentrated beam of light is aimed at hair. The light is absorbed by the pigment, which damages the follicle enough to retard future growth. IPL can remove hair for anywhere from several months to years, as the results differ widely from person to person.