IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light and it is the future of hair removal. That is the reason why we are going to answer your questions. How does IPL work? Who does IPL work well on, and what does it feel like? What are the benefits of IPL hair removal? Let’s take a look.
What is IPL hair removal?
Home IPL Hair Removal device apply gentle pulses of light to the root of your skin. This makes the hair to go into resting phase. The hair will drop and your body will grow less hair over the treated area.
That smoothness lasts a long time, too. It’s not just for legs either: Zesta skinZ Device allow you to reach and safely treat your underarms, bikini area and face. So IPL really can take the place of shavers, wax treatments or epilators. Saving you a lot of time and money in the process.
How does IPL work?
Melanin in your skin helps the hair absorb the light from the flashes, stimulating it to go into its resting phase. This leaves you with smooth, hair-free skin.
So, how do you do use the Zesta skinZ Home IPL Device?
No. The key is to use the right light intensity setting on your device. To avoid any discomfort, it’s best to shave the area before using and avoid flashing the same area repeatedly. And, as you can imagine, it’s best not to use IPL (or any other hair removal treatment) on broken or irritated skin, tattoos, infections, or burns.
Yes, you should shave the area before using your device. Make sure the area is shaved to allow the light to reach the hair follicles, promote hair to drop and prevents hair growth. Zesta's IPL Hair Remover promotes photorejuvenation as well.
Results can vary from person to person (According to skin type). However, most users start to see a reduction of hair in just 3-4 treatments after using Zesta's IPL Hair Remover, with complete results after 8 treatments.
Most users start to see a reduction of hair in just 3-4 treatments using our handset, with complete results after 9 treatments. However, results can vary from person to person.
We recommend avoiding exposure to artificial light sources, such as tanning booths or solariums.
Avoid any activity or skin products that may irritate your skin for 24 hours after treatment.
This includes using hot tubs or saunas, wearing tight- fitting clothing, using bleaching creams, perfumed products or peeling products. The above may cause irritation, such as itching and redness, in the treated areas.
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