Friday, September 18, 2015

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Hair Removal Definition , Mean and Mechanism

 In this article I tell you definition, meaning and mechanism of intense pulsed light (IPL) hair removal 
 What in Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Hair Removal?:- 
Definition:- In a hair removing process when intense pulses on non-coherent light used to destroy the hair follicle then process is called intense pulsed light (IPL) hair removal. 
Mean:-So intense pulsed light (IPL) hair removal used non coherent light pulses which causes long term stable reduction in number of hair growth. 
Mechanism:- Intense pulsed light (IPL) hair removal is based on SPTL technology means “ Selective Photothermolysis”. Where non-coherent light light destroy melanin pigment in hair follicles without effecting surrounding tissue.
Uses:- 1. Hair removal:- IPL machines are usefull for longterm hair reduction like veet infini, Remington IPL, Angelite laser IPL hair removal machines read more at " Best Home IPL hair removal system"
2. intense pulsed light photorejuvenation:-When IPL using in age defying then this process is called intense pulsed light photorejuvenation see " Best age defying laser" 
3.Intense pulsed light treatment for dark circles:- IPL machines are also useful for dark circle treatments.
Side effects of Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Hair Removal:- Minor side effect of IPL:-
1.Pain during treatment (reduced by contact cooling and if necessary, topical anaesthetic) 
2. Red bumps or Skin may turning pink and  sore immediately after the procedure. 
3. Sensation of a mild sunburn (redness, peeling, swelling) that may last a few days after treatment. 
Major side effect of IPL:- 
Skin pigment may absorb too much light energy and blistering can occur. 
Sometimes the pigment cells (melanocytes) can be damaged leaving darker or paler patches of skin. 
White patches or scars are rarely permanent. Hair loss may occur. Bruising affects up to 10% of patients.
Pulsed light hair removal cost:-these day at home IPL machines availbe near $200
 Continue Reading:- Best home laser hair removal 

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  1. Thanks mahesh, First time I knew IPL use for dark circle also. It is more fine if you tell us how IPL is usefull in dark circle or how laser machines are usefull for dark circles.

    1. latest at home IPL hair removal machines are triple benefits age defying, hair removal and removing dark circle under eyes. Thanks for your valuable comments.

  2. That is great information to know before choosing a hair removal method, thank you for writing with so many details. I personally had no idea IPL was also used for skin rejuvenation and dark circle treatments, it’s like a 3 in 1 machine! Prices of at home machines seems reasonably low, I thought it wold be way less, but with these prices, it is a lot of money saved compared to going to a salon! But will I be strong enough to do it myself ;)

  3. Hair removal, age defying and dark circles!! Wow I really need to get one of these now. I would love to get rid of these circles under my eyes for good!!

  4. these days most of device use IPL technology instead of laser because IPL systems deliver 3 benefits like age defying , dark circle removal etc.

  5. This sounds like a very interesting way to remove facial hair and removing dark circles. Those side effects sound a little scary though. Is there any way of knowing what side effects I may have?

  6. Here are the side effects of IPL
    Skin pigment , blistering ,White patches or scars , Hair loss etc

  7. I got my first treatment done and I had to say that the pain feels like skin brushing, for anyone who has done that. It is uncomfortable but no where near as painful as waxing! As for the after… I had some mild irritation. My legs felt warm and were red, a bit itchy, but it went away after 2 days.