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IPL Hair removal device

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With travel season and bikini season coming up, lots of people are wondering how to get rid off unwanted hairs on the body.

Well, we have the perfect durable, compact and portable device for you. If you are looking for an effective and affordable solution, then you are at the right place. Keep reading!

What does Intense Pulsed Lights (IPL) stands for ?

IPL laser hair removal at home - which stands for “intense pulsed light” - is a technology used by cosmetic and medical practitioners to perform various skin treatments for aesthetic and therapeutic purposes, including hair removal, treatment of skin pigmentation, sun damage, and thread veins, as well as to alleviate dermatologic diseases such as acne.

IPL releases broad-spectrum light to the surface of the skin, targeting melanin. This light travels through the skin until it strikes hair follicle. As the light is absorbed, most of the hair shaft are heated, destroying the hair follicles. That way, the follicles won’t be able to produce new hairs for up to several weeks. Don’t expect instant results, but with regular use – and normally after 3 to 4 treatment – you will see a significant reduction in your hair growth.

What is the difference between IPL and Laser treatment ?

IPL should not be confused with laser hair removal, a different procedure using specific wavelength of light. Sure, IPL shares some similarities with laser treatments: both methods are considered light-based treatments aim at heating and destroying hair. However, there are distinctive differences between the two. Unlike Lasers that use a single wavelength (color) of light which typically matches only one chromophore and hence maximising laser penetration to the targeted area, IPL emits various wavelengths of light attracted to various chromophores - the part of a molecule responsible for its color - within the skin.

Apart from reducing the growth of hair, IPL can address a number of skin conditions including vascular lesions, brown spots, and wrinkling. The broader spectrum of light wavelengths associated with the treatment makes it possible to target a larger number of skin conditions at

the same time. However, laser hair removal does not give room for treating other conditions as it concentrates on a specific area.

With regard to pain, IPL is less painful than Laser Hair Removal. Indeed, the light used in IPL treatment is more diffused. The heating, therefore, is not as intense as when light wavelengths are concentrated on a particular area of the body. With laser hair removal the intensity of heat delivered to the targeted area is much more and this often results in pain.

You can use IPL devices at home, but if you want laser hair removal, you’ll need to have it performed by a trained professional. And laser Hair Removal doesn’t come cheap: it can cost a couple hundred bucks per treatment, and it might take half a dozen sessions (or more) to knock out every follicle. You could rack up more than a thousand dollars in pursuit of a bald bikini line. While, you can order an at-home IPL hair removal for a very accessible price.

With regards to skin tone, IPL only works on a narrow range of hair and skin color. It is more recommended to go for professional lasers for darker skin though many at-home devices have developed more adapted solutions.

When and How to use it

  • IPL Hair Removal Device can be used on any body part all from the comfort of your own home.
  • Bath, Shave and Exfoliate. Thus, the area to be treated should be clean, shaven and free of sunburn. Then you are ready to use the device.
  • Be consistent when using the IPL. It is recommended to follow an average of 8 to 12 treatments, once every 4-6 weeks, to achieve optimum result and remove most visible hair.
  • The handy device constitutes of 5 adjustable light intensity levels. When starting, we advise you to go for the level 2. Then you can gradually, go for level five including in legs and arms. For bikini, better to use level 2.

Is IPL hair removal safe?

The device is generally safe to use. Occasionally, some people may experience side effects such as redness, discomfort or, very rarely, blisters or burns. But it usually disappears few hours after the treatment. Note that IPL should not be used: near your eyes though the upper lip is ok; over tattoos or pigmented areas, including moles, and near the genital area but you can safely target the bikini line.

Results: an effective reduction in hair growth

According to the FDA, permanent hair removal means the "long-term, stable reduction in the number of hairs regrowing after a treatment regime." In other words, when using IPL treatment, you will notice a significant reduction in hair growth and for some persons a permanent removal of all hair. Typically, IPL devices should be used regularly for four to 12 weeks, to make sure all visible hair has been treated. Hair should start to appear finer and grow back slower after 3 to 4 treatment.

Which IPL Device should I use?

IPL can significantly contribute to reduce hair growth. There are many names and devices for pulsed light treatments. It is important to choose the right one. We advise you to go for Ardine

IPL Hair Removal Device. Ardine has an extensive experience to safely and effectively remove unwanted hair. The Ardine IPL Hair Removal is budget-friendly compared to salon treatments, since you won’t have to make regular trips to the salon anymore, saving you a fortune in the long run. Most of our customers saw a reduction in hair growth after just four weeks of use, while the hair that did grow back was thinner and less noticeable. Plus, no one experienced any pain or irritation while using Ardine IPL Hair Removal.

If you’re after quick results, this is the device for you.