Can I use IPL hair removal every week?

After the initial phase (4 treatments), we recommend touch-ups every 4 weeks. Repeat this 8 times to achieve effective hair reduction and maintain results.

How many times a week can you use IPL hair removal?

After treatment

Since only hairs in their growing phase are susceptible to treatment with light, it is important to do multiple treatments to achieve continuously smooth skin. For this reason, we recommend a start-up phase of 4-12 weekly treatments to achieve optimum results.

Is it bad to do laser hair removal every week?

Answer: Optimal intervals for laser hair removal

The laser is only effective when the hair follicle is in its active growth phase. Generally, about 15% of hairs are permanently removed with each laser treatment. Repeat sessions are necessary to treat additional hair follicles when they re-enter the growth phase.

Can I use my IPL twice a week?

No, using your Philips Lumea more often than recommended will not speed up the hair removal process. Do not treat the same area multiple times in one session as this will not improve efficacy and can cause skin irritation.

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Can you do IPL every day?

Since IPL photofacials are nonsurgical and noninvasive, this treatment can be performed roughly once a month, or once every four weeks, until your desired result has been attained.

What happens if I use my laser hair removal too often?

If you want too long between treatments, your hair follicles won’t be damaged enough to stop growing hair. You’ll see an initial thinning, but your results will fade, and it won’t be long before you’re back to normal hair growth.

Can I laser every day?

And although it takes several months for full laser hair removal, you can also shave in between visits. 2. … Whether it’s a physician, laser technician, or aesthetician, you want to make sure the person does hair removal regularly—every day versus once or twice a month, says Frank.

Can I shave 2 hours before laser?

It is important to shave before your laser hair removal appointment, 24 hours before is recommended. Shaving on the day of your session can be dangerous and should be avoided completely. This is because when you shave the razor may lift a layer of skin off as it passes over your skin.

What happens if you use IPL too often?

No, using your Philips Lumea more often than recommended will not speed up the hair removal process. Do not treat the same area multiple times in one session as this will not improve efficacy and can cause skin irritation.

What happens if you IPL more than once a week?

What happens if I use VISS IPL more often, will is see better/ quicker results? No, using your VISS IPL more often than recommended will not speed up the hair removal process. You should treat the same area 3 rounds in one session since this will improve efficacy.

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What happens if you don’t shave before IPL?

It won’t work. If there’s hair on the surface, a lot less light energy makes it deep into the follicle. Those key areas of the hair follicle remain cool and untouched, so they go about their business building and growing your hairs. So, that’s why you really must remove those surface hairs before laser and IPL.

Can I use IPL for pubic hair?

Is IPL suitable for intimate areas? IPL is safe for use on the bikini line, but it isn’t suitable for the genital area where the skin may have a darker colour and where there is a greater hair density, which would absorb more light energy and may cause discomfort.

How often should I do IPL at home?

To get the very best results from IPL therapy, we recommend that our patients do 5 IPL (intense pulsed light) treatments, performed 4 weeks apart.

How often should you get IPL?

For patients to get the best IPL results, it is generally recommended that patients receive, on average, 4 – 6 treatments scheduled four weeks apart. Why do most patients need more than one IPL session? Every IPL treatment builds upon the previous one, allowing the skin to react gradually.