Does IPL give permanent results?
IPL is semi-permanent and does need maintenance. Maintenance could be a yearly treatment or even 3-5years down the track, depending on the individual.
Does the hair fall out after IPL?
After IPL hair removal
The hair will appear to grow (though very slowly) for 2 to 4 weeks and should then fall out; this is the treated hair being pushed out of the follicle, not new growth.
What are the side effects of IPL hair removal?
In some cases, more serious IPL side effects such as burning, blistering or scarring have been reported. When present, these side effects are typically more common in patients with darker skin.
What are the side effects of IPL treatment?
- Light bruising.
Can IPL make hair growth worse?
The official term for increased hair growth resulting from laser hair removal is paradoxical hypertrichosis. … Laser and IPL can have the opposite effect, especially on your face, causing rebound growth in hormonal areas such as the sides of face, neck, chin and breasts.
What happens if I use IPL every day?
Will I see quicker results if I use Lumea more often? No, using your Philips Lumea more often than recommended will not speed up the hair removal process. Do not treat the same area multiple times in one session as this will not improve efficacy and can cause skin irritation.
Is IPL worth the money?
IPL hair removal treatments are absolutely worth the effort if you want to save time and money on other hair removal efforts. This type of laser treatment for removing hair can help you feel confident at all times, even for spur-of-the-moment plans that you may want to have bare skin for.
Is laser better than IPL?
Laser technology is simply much more effective, and achieves substantially better results than IPL with most clients achieving optimal results of permanent hair removal of 80% or greater after four to eight treatments. However, IPL machines do have an important place in the treatment of skin.
What should I not do after IPL hair removal?
For 48 hours
- Avoid all heat treatments including hot baths, saunas, steam baths and hot showers.
- No swimming in strongly chlorinated water.
- Do not use bleaching creams.
- Avoid perfumed products e.g. soaps, creams or perfumes.
- Leave any temporary skin responses such as redness to subside naturally.