IPL laser hair removal myths debunked

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IPL laser hair removal myths debunked

Have you ever believed the rumor that shaving causes your hair to regrow thicker and darker? If your mothers or friends didn’t tell you that while you were a teenager, you most likely heard other hair removal myths, such as the one that says if you shave your face, a beard will develop.

Even with IPL Hair Removal, there are plenty of myths circulating, which, if you’re looking into purchasing one for yourself, can be off-putting. 

We’re here to dispel some of the most widespread misconceptions regarding IPL hair removal and respond to some of your most frequent queries.

Myth #1: IPL laser hair removal hurts 

It is a common misconception that IPL devices will feel just as painful as an in-clinic laser hair removal session. The great thing about owning your IPL device is that you are in complete control. A well designed video will also offer many settings to accommodate each user’s tolerance for pain. We advise beginning on the lowest level if you’re a new IPL user. Then, you can gradually increase the setting till it seems comfortable to you each week.

Myth #2: An at-home IPL device isn’t as effective as an in-clinic laser hair removal

Home IPL hair removal systems have been shown to be just as efficient as going to a laser hair clinic once a week. Although the technologies differ slightly, the long-lasting effects are comparable. Typically, laser hair removal calls for more potent technology that can only be operated by a qualified specialist. Naturally, many people think that this method is more efficient. IPL hair removal uses a different kind of technology than in-office laser hair removal, though. IPL equipment can still remove hair for a very long time while being made to be used by anyone, anywhere. For more information about how IPL technology works

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Myth #3: You can’t go outside in-between your IPL laser hair removal sessions

If you’re in the middle of your 3–12-week IPL or laser hair removal session, don’t worry; you don’t have to be coped up in your home the whole time. However, make sure you avoid direct sunlight contact on the treated area on the treated area because the skin there probably will be more vulnerable to UV radiation. In order to protect your treated area from the sun when you must be outside, use clothing, caps, and sunscreen with at least an SPF of 30.

Myth #4: You can’t use an IPL device on your face 

Absolutely, especially if you’re going after thick, coarse hair on your upper lip and resistant chin hair, you can utilize an IPL equipment on your face. We advise starting with a small region of the face to evaluate how your skin responds, especially if you already have sensitive skin and are concerned about potential infections. In the event that it fails, once you’ve

bought an IPL handset from us, you can return the item through our 30-day money-back guarantee.

Pro tip: Stay away from skincare products with potentially drying elements if you plan to use the IPL equipment on your face (such as acne treatments). Maintain a basic schedule and use a moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated.


Myth #5: IPL laser hair removal devices are expensive

A laser hair removal treatment session in a medical facility can be expensive, especially considering that each visit may cost up to $300. Even while some IPL devices can cost up to $500, buying an at-home IPL device may be a more cost-effective choice than weekly clinical visits, which can cost thousands of dollars after the recommended six weeks. IPL devices typically have a lengthy lifespan and only ever require a single payment.

Myth #6: You shouldn’t shave in between laser hair removal treatments

Hair frequently grows back during the initial phases of laser hair removal. While receiving laser hair removal treatment, shaving is very safe to perform. Waxing, plucking, or any other hair-pulling procedure, however, can irritate the skin and interfere with the laser’s ability to remove hair. For the best hair removal results if you use an IPL equipment, we strongly advise shaving shortly before a session.

f you have any further questions about using an at-home IPL device or want to learn more about the our IPL Laser Hair removal feel free to contact a member of our customer service team. We’ll be happy to answer any of your questions! 




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  1. Have you Ever Thoughts Of Medical Benefits Of IPLS Devices?

    IPL Laser hair removal device is an amazing technology that helps to get rid of unwanted hair. It is a safe and effective way to remove hair from any area of your body, including private areas. The laser light penetrates the skin and damages the root of each hair follicle, which makes it easy for you to get rid of unwanted hair.
    At-IPL Laser hair removal treatment can be used on all skin tones, but it is not recommended for people with dark skin. The treatment may cause discoloration, scarring or burns if used on dark skinned individuals.
    IPL treatment can be performed at home if you have enough knowledge about the procedure. However, it’s always better to consult a professional before using the device on yourself or anyone else.
    In addition to giving you smoother skin, IPL treatments also help prevent ingrown hairs and razor bumps after shaving or waxing because they kill the root of each hair follicle.

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