The E-One hair removal device uses a technology that is commonly known as “Intense Pulsed Light” or IPL, often mistaken by people with laser hair removal. Laser is a great technology used for different skin treatments such as skin pigmentation, acne treatment, vascular treatment, but laser for hair removal isn't as efficient as the newest IPL technology such as the E-One.
The E-One IPL technology is found in the professional IPL devices such as the E>O75 designed for a commercial use and available at www.programeo.com.au
The power of the light produced by the E-One device presents a number of unique features which were not available previously:
In summary, the E-One’s technology enables the unit to emit effective yet efficient light pulses that has not previously been possible with professional IPL hair removal devices or other IPL and laser for home use.
For more information about how the treatment works, check the below video “how does it work?” on our homepage or contact us on 07 3107 5847.
The hair is located in the skin, in a sort of canal at the bottom of which is a structure that feeds it.
The important notion to understand is the pillory cycle, also called hair growing cycle.
If we apply a strong light on the surface of the skin, when it comes in contact with the different pigments (melanin) it changes into an intense heat; this heat which is first limited to the hair then spreads to nearby structures by contact.
There are 2 effects, firstly the hair is separated from the canal and leaves nothing held in place. The hair will fall out in the following days; however only the hair that is located at the bottom of the canal will heat the feeding structure and lead to the complete destruction of it. The other hair in a different phase remain intact, we therefore see the point having several sessions to ensure that in the end all hair have been flashed while in contact with their feeding structure. This phase where the hair is still attach to the feeding structure and going out of the skin is called the anagen phase.