What is IPL

IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light and has gained widespread popularity for the many benefits it affords the user. This modern technology aims to remove unwanted hair, slow the aging process by reducing wrinkles and perfect the skin tone by treating blemishes. Multiple uses of IPL also increase collagen production in the skin, leaving you glowing from the inside out! Due to IPL's diverse range of uses and proven results, IPL is a must for anyone wanting to look and feel their best.

What should I do after skin care?

Pay attention to sun protection. It is recommended to avoid direct artificial light source such as sunbathing.


Is this product suitable for men?

Yes, men can use it to remove hair from chest, back, arms, abdomens and legs. 


Will it affect perspiration after hair removal?

No, the body hair is grown from the hair follicle, and in the skin structure, the hair follicle and the sweat gland are independent tissues so the perspiration is not affected after hair removal.


After hair removal, will the hair become thicker?

No, while removing the hair, the melanin in the hair follicle is taken away to inhibit the growth again. Some hair will grow slowly after hair removal, but the hair will be less and less, and finally achieve the affect of long-lasting hair removal.


Is the hair removal process painful?

No, this method of removing hair is painless.


How frequent should I use it before seeing results?

It is recommended that you use it for 8 to 12 weeks in order to start seeing results. Please refer to the before chart for the frequency.

Weeks Frequency
1-4 2 times per week
4-8 1 time per week
8+ 1 time every 2 weeks


Is is safe to IPL while pregnant or breastfeeding? 

Although there is no evidence showing that IPL has negative effects on pregnant or breastfeeding women, we still don’t recommend using our handset as a precaution.