Pulsed light hair removal: what is it that brings results?
A definitive solution to the problem of unwanted hair? It all depends on several factors, such as skin type, hair type and their strength. But of course, one of the most effective methods is intense pulsed light, a type of epilation (a technique that removes the hair from the bulb, for long-lasting results) painless and progressive, which tends to weaken the hair in a few sessions, until his death. Let's see how it works:
How does epilation IPL?
The objective of thepulsed light hair removal you destroy the melanin of unwanted hair, thermal and mechanical damage only to the hair follicle, without damaging the surrounding tissues such as the skin. With this methodology, does not remove unwanted hair forever: the regrowth may reappear after treatment, according to different rates of growth. On average, though, the results are quite satisfactory: the ' 70% of people who use the IPL note a weakening of the hair that tends to almost disappear already after three sessions.
Pulsed light hair removal is suitable for everyone?
Both women and men may need to get rid of unwanted hair, for aesthetic reasons or sports. Pulsed light epilation, acting on the melanin of the hair, is suitable in particular to those who have fair skin or media, sallow-prone: this is because the hair must be darker than the surrounding skin to be felled at best. Those with darker skin, however, will simply have to undergo multiple sessions. This type of hair is suitable for all body areas; possibly, it is better to have caution in the exposure of sensitive areas such as the groin or eyebrows.
What are the immediate effects of treatment?
Treatment sessions usually last about 20 minutes, and a cycle of 4-6 sessions every 3-6 weeks may be needed to achieve the desired results (even for those who use a Home l ’ pulsed hair removal device). Immediately after treatment may cause redness or swelling of the treated area, which still passes within a few hours.
Be warned, though: who is light sensitive, or those who have had an exposure to the Sun in the days prior to treatment, should not undergo intense pulsed light treatments.
So if you no longer want to fight between razor blades, tweezers and hair (which is painful), and want a method that can bring lasting results, pulsed light hair removal is for you. Have you tried this method? What was your experience? Write it in the comments!