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Suitable for all skin types
Achieve silky-smooth skin
Health Canada Approved
Reduce ingrown hairs
reduction in unwanted hair
Say goodbye to unwanted hair troubles for good with our Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Hair Removal
The Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology detects the contrast between the hair follicle and the skin and travels through the skin tissue until it strikes the hair shaft or the bulb (root) of the hair. Light is converted to heat energy destroying the bulb, most of the hair shaft and the entire hair follicle. This technology is completely safe with no downtime and is ideal even for sensitive skin. It also works very well on fine and thin hair and treats ingrown hair problems.
Get rid of undesirable hair growth.
Safe with no downtime.
Works well on fine, thin hair.
Suitable for sensitive skin.
Intense Pulsed Light ( IPL )
What is Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)?
Intense Pulsed Light is the use of intense pulses of non-coherent light over a range of wavelengths. IPL can reduce hair growth, most effectively in darker, coarser hair.
The Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) travels through the skin, absorbed by the hair shaft and converted to heat which effectively damages hair follicles which significantly impedes its ability to re-grow.
what to expect
You’ll be asked to stay out of sunlight before getting the treatment done.
If you’ve tanned recently, we’ll ask you to wait a while before coming in for treatments.
We’ll ask you to avoid medications that make you more sensitive to light, but always consult your doctor before stopping prescribed medications.
Treatments are quick and usually take about 30-60 minutes.
During the treatment, your skin may appear slightly red and swollen. This is a normal reaction.
You might feel a slight warming of the skin and mild discomfort during treatment.
You’ll be asked to avoid scented lotions, exfoliants, and aggressive scrubbing.
It’s normal for freckles and sunspots to initially get darker and they usually flake off within one to three weeks.
You might feel something like a sunburn after the treatment, but an ice pack should help.