When performing laser hair removal treatments, it is important to know that the effectiveness of the treatments may differ depending on the technique of the technician, the tuning they will determine and the type of technology used.
The area will be mapped with a grid-shaped sequence to ensure that the head of the handpiece covers the entire surface well. On the other hand, a GOOD technician will be meticulous and will pay special attention to washing these impulses (handpiece) to ensure that the treatments do not train inequality or missing places! Each technician’s technique may vary depending on their practical work experience. As well as his determination to improve/adjust his work.
Each area of the body has a different pilgrimage. If we take the legs as an example, the knee or the thigh will be different from the bottom of the legs. So a GOOD tech will adjust the settings (force) of her device depending on the area being treated. The same region can have multiple parameters.
IPL and Laser are two similar light technologies but the consistency of that light distinguishes them. The IPL disperses impulses of waves of different lengths that, despite the filters, do not offer laser precision. The laser spreads extremely controlled light.
The IPL will inconsistently heat the hair and the result will be a partial atrophy, sometimes complete in the blood vessel while the laser, with a more powerful energy, will target the pigment of the skin at a high temperature which will result to a partial or complete blood vessel atrophy. Knowing that the IPL was not originally designed for hair removal, the laser it has will often require fewer treatments.