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Hair Removal with IPL (Intense Pulse Light)

Hair removal with IPL (Intense Pulse Light) is the most efficient and quick method. The goal of the treatment is improvement, not perfection. The quantity of hair that will disappear will depend on your tolerance to pain ( which affects the energy level used when treating you), hair color, region to be treated and hormonal influence. The average loss of hair is 80 % - 100%. A residue of hair may therefore remain at the end of treatment. Hopefully, residual hair is 30% - 50% lighter and thinner. Studies performed on Hair removal Lasers show that disappeared hair will not grow in the future.

Efficiency and Risks

Following the treatment, a low percentage of people may show temporary problems of pigmentation on the following treated area (cases of hyperpigmentation are more frequent and skin returns to normal after a few weeks, or hypopigmentation, which is rare and can persist for a few months). All these effects are temporary. No permanent effect has been found so far, after millions of treatments have been done.

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Pre-Treatment Advice


Hair Removal Methods

• During the preceding your laser removal treatment it is important not to use hair removal cream, bleaching ingredients, wax, electrolysis, tweezers or other hair extractors on the area to be treated.
• Only shaving with a manual or electric razor is allowed

Hair Removal

• Before you start the hair removal session, you have to shave very closely with a razor (except on the face) or we will do it for you to avoid laser removal problems.


• Avoid wearing dark underwear to your treatment session if you remove hair ion these areas: bikini, thighs, low belly or back.

Sun and Tanning

• IPL works efficiently on tanned skin. However, maximum efficiency of the IPL treatment is obtained by avoiding tanning and/or sun exposure (for the area to be treated) a month before starting the treatment.
• We also suggest that you do not use a self-tanning cream during the treatment period.
• A sunscreen with at least SPF 30 can be applied on the concerned area.


• If you feel pain during the treatment, you may use an anesthetic cream called EMLA (to be applied 2 hours before the treatment). After applying the cream, you will have to cover it with plastic to be kept on until immediately before your session starts. Rachelle Stokes: 720-838-9075