Why IPL E-Light with RF?
Because is the next step in the evolution of laser hair removal.
DIFFRENCE BETWEEN LASER AND IPL
Both laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) use light to heat the hair follicle and prevent regrowth. Technology used to deliver the light is different – with the key difference being the kind of light itself.
In short, lasers produce a very specific type of light consisting of one wavelength or colour of light all going in one direction, which creates a single beam like a laser pointer. IPL devices produce a wide range of wavelengths of light to produce a single white flash.
Both laser light and Intensive Pulsed light (IPL) work by exactly the same mechanism, they all target melanin (which is the pigment)
This is a technology combining Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) with Radio Frequency (RF). This advanced combination proves effective even in cases where other systems fail.
HOW E-LIGHT WORKS
RF technology reaches the middle and deeper layers of the skin by heating the tissue. This allows for less energy needed to be applied during the IPL treatment, leading to greater results obtained with a reduced number of sessions. The energy generated by the E -LIGHT is transformed into heat that permanently burns the hair bulb, yet does not affect the rest of the cutaneous structures. Also, the cooling system provided by the equipment minimizes any type of discomfort.
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) hair removal uses a hand held device which omits gentle pulses of light, penetrating the skin and targeting the hair shaft. The hair follicles are destroyed resulting in permanent hair reduction.
Clients like IPL because it’s:
Suitable for sensitive skin
Available for face and body
There is no downtime, so you can continue with your life straight away.