The HPL™ (Home Pulsed Light) technology was developed to bring all the benefits of pulsed light treatment to your home. Following a series of clinical trials, leading dermatologists concluded that Silk’n Glide can attain outstanding results in the removal of unwanted hair.
What is the difference between HPL and IPL hair removal?
Simply put, HPL is a safer version derived from IPL technology used in salons. Unlike IPL in salons, which uses high levels of energy to clear out your skin of undesired hair, HPL technology in home based devices uses low energy light pulses to provide with equally effective hair reduction benefits.
What is HPL technology hair removal?
HPL™ stands for Home Pulsed Light, the home version of IPL. The patented Silk’n technology can reduce unwanted hair permanently using pulses of light. … Permanent reduction of hair growth is defined as a long-term stable reduction of the number of hairs that resume growth after a series of treatments.
How often can I use HPL?
You’ll have to keep using the device every 2 to 6 weeks until desired results are achieved. HPL technology is not for everyone—it’s ineffective for those without a contrast in skin and hair color.
What are the dangers of laser hair removal?
Rarely, laser hair removal can cause blistering, crusting, scarring or other changes in skin texture. Other rare side effects include graying of treated hair or excessive hair growth around treated areas, particularly on darker skin.
Is HPL safe?
It has been considered a safe and effective method to attain the permanent reduction of unwanted hair in clinics throughout the world for more than 15 years. … This process delivers optical energy, either as laser or wide spectrum (IPL/HPL™), which is absorbed by the dark melanin pigment of the hair shaft.
Is it bad to do IPL twice a week?
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.
Does Silk’n hair removal work?
The results are certainly promising. Overall, I would have been nervous to spend such a large amount of money on a device that seems rather, well, gimmicky. But I’m happy that I was able to try the Silk’n Infinity. It’s easy to use, doesn’t hurt at all and has provided me with less hair growth in just a few weeks.
Does HPL hair removal hurt?
For a couple of days after treatment, the affected skin may become red and tender. Many people describe the sensation as similar to a sunburn. The process itself, however, is typically not painful.