All About The IPL- How To Get Them To Work For You

What IPL’s Treat

Let’s talk all about the IPL and how they work. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is used for skin treatments and hair growth reduction or removal. The IPL uses broad spectrum pulse light to help you achieve your desired cosmetic goal. Other at home IPL’s on the market only offer hair reduction/ removal treatments. With our IPL you get two treatment options in 1 thanks to the interchangeable cartridges and the type of light wave that is used (broad spectrum).  

Who Traditionally Can Use IPLs

Most of our melanin is found in the hair follicle. This is typically why IPL’s should not be used by people with Fitzgerald skin types 4, 5, and 6 (darker skin tones). The light energy can get distracted by the melanin in the skin of darker people. This can affect the effectiveness of the treatment.

How IPLs Work

So, the ideal candidate would be a person with light skin and dark hair. This creates the best contrast. The technology in an IPL typically works; the light wave from the IPL is designed to target the melanin in the hair follicles. The broad-spectrum light travels through the skin and targets the melanin in the hair follicle. The light is absorbed by the body, the follicle is heated which in turn destroys the hair-producing papilla.

How To Use IPLs Responsibly

Traditionally, professional IPL treatments were not created for Fitzgerald skin types 4-6 because there is more melanin in those skin types. With our IPL., skin types 4 and 5 can use when using the first intensity level. If you want to use a higher intensity level, you need to do a patch test on a small area to make sure there are no adverse side effects. We do not recommend any intensity level past 3 for those skin types. Do not use on tattooed area. Do not use on Fitzgerald skin type 6.

What IPL’s Treat

Let’s talk all about the IPL and how they work. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is used for skin treatments and hair growth reduction or removal. The IPL uses broad spectrum pulse light to help you achieve your desired cosmetic goal. Other at home IPL’s on the market only offer hair reduction/ removal treatments. With our IPL you get two treatment options in 1 thanks to the interchangeable cartridges and the type of light wave that is used (broad spectrum).  

 

Who Traditionally Can Use IPLs

Most of our melanin is found in the hair follicle. This is typically why IPL’s should not be used by people with Fitzgerald skin types 4, 5, and 6 (darker skin tones). The light energy can get distracted by the melanin in the skin of darker people. This can affect the effectiveness of the treatment.

 

How IPLs Work

What IPLs Treat

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is used for skin treatments and hair growth reduction or removal. The IPL uses broad spectrum pulse light to help you achieve your desired cosmetic goal. Other at home IPL’s on the market only offer hair reduction/ removal treatments. With our IPL you get two treatment options in 1 thanks to the interchangeable cartridges and the type of light wave that is used (broad spectrum).  

 

Who Traditionally Can Use IPLs

Most of our melanin is found in the hair follicle. This is typically why IPL’s should not be used by people with Fitzgerald skin types 4, 5, and 6 (darker skin tones). The light energy can get distracted by the melanin in the skin of darker people. This can affect the effectiveness of the treatment.

 

How IPLs Work

So, the ideal candidate would be a person with light skin and dark hair. This creates the best contrast. But this is how the technology in an IPL typically works; the light wave from the IPL is designed to target the melanin in the hair follicles. The broad-spectrum light travels through the skin and targets the melanin in the hair follicle. The light is absorbed by the body, the follicle is heated which in turn destroys the hair-producing papilla.

 

How To Use IPLs Responsibly

Traditionally, professional IPL treatments were not created for Fitzgerald skin types 4-6 because there is more melanin in those skin types. With our IPL., skin types 4 and 5 can use when using the first intensity level. If you want to use a higher intensity level, you need to do a patch test on a small area to make sure there are no adverse side effects. We do not recommend any intensity level past 3 for those skin types. Do not use on tattooed area. Do not use on Fitzgerald skin type 6.

So, the ideal candidate would be a person with light skin and dark hair. This creates the best contrast. The technology in an IPL typically works; the light wave from the IPL is designed to target the melanin in the hair follicles. The broad-spectrum light travels through the skin and targets the melanin in the hair follicle. The light is absorbed by the body, the follicle is heated which in turn destroys the hair-producing papilla.

 

How To Use IPLs Responsibly

Traditionally, professional IPL treatments were not created for Fitzgerald skin types 4-6 because there is more melanin in those skin types. With our IPL., skin types 4 and 5 can use when using the first intensity level. If you want to use a higher intensity level, you need to do a patch test on a small area to make sure there are no adverse side effects. We do not recommend any intensity level past 3 for those skin types. Do not use on tattooed area. Do not use on Fitzgerald skin type 6.

What IPL’s Treat

Let’s talk all about the IPL and how they work. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is used for skin treatments and hair growth reduction or removal. The IPL uses broad spectrum pulse light to help you achieve your desired cosmetic goal. Other at home IPL’s on the market only offer hair reduction/ removal treatments. With our IPL you get two treatment options in 1 thanks to the interchangeable cartridges and the type of light wave that is used (broad spectrum).  

Who Traditionally Can Use IPLs

Most of our melanin is found in the hair follicle. This is typically why IPL’s should not be used by people with Fitzgerald skin types 4, 5, and 6 (darker skin tones). The light energy can get distracted by the melanin in the skin of darker people. This can affect the effectiveness of the treatment.

How IPLs Work

So, the ideal candidate would be a person with light skin and dark hair. This creates the best contrast. The technology in an IPL typically works; the light wave from the IPL is designed to target the melanin in the hair follicles. The broad-spectrum light travels through the skin and targets the melanin in the hair follicle. The light is absorbed by the body, the follicle is heated which in turn destroys the hair-producing papilla.

How To Use IPLs Responsibly

Traditionally, professional IPL treatments were not created for Fitzgerald skin types 4-6 because there is more melanin in those skin types. With our IPL., skin types 4 and 5 can use when using the first intensity level. If you want to use a higher intensity level, you need to do a patch test on a small area to make sure there are no adverse side effects. We do not recommend any intensity level past 3 for those skin types. Do not use on tattooed area. Do not use on Fitzgerald skin type 6.

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