How IPL Compares With Laser Hair Removal Sydney
The main comparison to make between laser hair removal Sydney and IPL is the fact that the latter uses intense light to remove hair from the body. The E-One is an IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) device and is the first of its kind to be designed purely for personal use at home. As soon as the intense light that is created by the E-One touches the hair, heat spreads across the device and as soon as it reaches 70°C will begin to destroy the feeding structure of the hair through cauterisation. The hair must be attached to the feeding station for the procedure to be successful, so it is common to find that between 8 and 12 treatments will be required for the best overall results.
As the body is constantly regenerating new cells, you must remember that over time new hair growth will appear. As a result of this, alongside the initial 8 to 12 treatments, additional use of the E-One once or twice a year will guarantee that your skins remains smooth and free of unwanted hair. By taking this into consideration, the term 'permanent hair removal Sydney' is not in fact the correct phrasing for what the E-One and any other laser/IPL device can achieve. In fact 'permanent hair reduction' reflects the results that the E-One can achieve far better.
This technology is continually increasing in popularity and subsequently more and more people are asking the question of the difference between the E-One and the devices commonly used in beauty clinics for laser hair removal Sydney? The simplest answer is that those used within beauty clinics are specifically designed for a large number of people throughout the day whereas the E-One is the first device set up for home and personal use. Designed to be long lasting thanks to the creativeness of its designer, E-Swin in France, the largest IPL manufacturer in the industry, the E-One also comes with a two year warranty period to ensure you have somewhere to turn in the unlikely event of a problem occurring.
Permanent Hair Removal
Permanent Hair Reduction
The general public (home users) don't necessary know the following fact, but IPL/laser beauticians and practitioners know well that the terms "permanent hair removal" for IPL or laser is ban in Australia. So, why are we are talking about "permanent hair reduction" and not "permanent hair removal" in the medical area?
The reason we cannot talk about "permanent hair removal" is because it is biologically impossible to remove hair permanently from the surface of the skin.
As explained on our videos, the first important thing to understand is that you are not really getting rid of the hair, but its feeding structure, commonly called the "root" of the follicle.