The main reason some people refuse to wear sleeveless tops, bikinis, or backless gowns is due to unsightly hair in inconvenient locations. Shaving and plucking your hair on a regular basis can be inconvenient and time-consuming, and waxing can be expensive and unpleasant. These procedures yield average results, irritate your skin, and may leave hyperpigmented scars.
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is an acronym for intense pulsed light. This high-energy light is absorbed by hair and hair follicles when directed at them. The light permanently destroys this hair and hair follicles.
The following body parts are suitable for an IPL Hair Removal treatment:
The treatment regimen varies by person, depending on skin type, skin tone, gender, hair density, hair thickness, and treatment area.
The number of treatment sessions and treatment efficacy differ from one person to another. The outcome can be influenced by a number of factors, including hair density, thickness, colour, and treatment area. The majority of patients will require 4 to 8 treatments, and each treatment is spaced 4 to 6 weeks apart.
IPL hair removal has a long-term effect. However, touch-up treatments may be necessary from time to time, especially in places with dense and thick hair. You will notice that your hair becomes thinner, finer, and grows at a slower rate with each session.
After treatment, some patients may find slight redness around the treatment region, which will fade rapidly. For the next 5 to 7 days, your doctor will prescribe healing lotion and sunscreen to be applied to the affected area.
Cost of hair removal in Singapore ranges from $100 – $500 per session.
At SOL Aesthetics Medical Clinic, cost of IPL hair removal is approximately $200 per session.
We advise patients to have a consultation session with your doctor before undergoing an IPL hair removal treatment. Your doctor will determine a suitable hair removal regime.
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*Disclaimer: The content provided is for educational and informational purposes only and does not intend to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.