How IPL Works

IPL provides a wide range of non-invasive applications based on the human skin’s selective absorption and photothermolysis of light sources. This popular aesthetic practice is specifically designed to offer:

  • IPL Permanent Hair Removal
  • IPL Acne Management
  • IPL Vascular Therapy
  • IPL Photo Rejuvenation
  • IPL Pigmentation Correction

Because IPL uses a much broader spectrum of light than laser, it is able to deliver a wider range of aesthetic treatments and treat a broader range of hair colours and skin type.

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Permanent Hair Removal

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When operating the IPL machine’s hair removal function, the device emits light at specific wavelengths which are absorbed by the pigment located in the hair follicle (pigment gives hair its colour). When the pigment in the hair follicle absorbs the IPL light, energy is converted into heat, resulting in thermal damage to the hair follicle. This thermal damage causes delayed regrowth of the hair or complete permanent destruction of the hair follicle.

IPL Permanent Hair Reduction is:

  • A easy, comfortable and quick hair removal solution
  • Able to treat both the face and body
  • Achieved within 8-10 treatment sessions
  • A popular and value-driven hair removal solution compared to traditional and more painful hair removal options

Vascular Therapy

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IPL treatment for vascular concerns is achieved by releasing precisely controlled strong pulses of filtered light that are absorbed by the blood vessel, heating it to a point where it is destroyed. Following treatment, the vessels quickly clear and are reabsorbed by the body, leaving little to no trace of the original lesion.

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Acne Management

During IPL acne treatment, the use of blue light can have positive effects on acne and resultant scarring by targeting the acid bacillus bacteria while leaving surrounding healthy skin tissue as is.

Treating acne with IPL technology is designed to specifically slow the overall production of oil that leads to acne, thus dramatically reducing the chance of blemishes while minimising the appearance of enlarged pores.

Skin Rejuvenation

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One of the most commonly requested IPL treatments is skin rejuvenation to treat dull, ageing and damaged skin. During this procedure, IPL systems release precisely controlled strong pulses of filtered light that stimulate the fibroblast cells within the skin that produce collagen and elastin. This improves the irradiancy and tightness of the skin while controlling enlarged pores and promoting a smoother, more uniform complexion.

Pigmentation Correction

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When addressing pigmentation concerns with IPL technology, the Intense pulsed light system releases precisely controlled strong pulses of filtered light that are absorbed by the melanin in freckles, sun spots and liver spots. The pigmented area absorbs the light and is heated to the point that the skin renews itself with fresh and healthy regenerated cells. Following treatment, the pigmented area turns darker and crusting is completely normal. Over the following weeks the pigmented area will gradually flake away from the skin leaving little trace of the original mark.

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The Many Benefits of IPL

With IPL being a quick and comfortable aesthetic service, it has quickly become a popular and long term alternative to traditional hair removal methods.

An IPL machine exudes value because of the sheer variety of services available from one machine. Not only can you offer clients hair removal options but you can also address skin and in some cases, body concerns with one stand-alone machine.

You can also welcome a larger variety of clients into your business and begin to position your business as a specialist in IPL technology. One customer may be interested in permanent hair removal while another customer may want to remove pigmentation or vascular conditions. Either way, the versatility of an IPL machine allows you to meet the demand of a greater number of potential clients walking through your door seeking help for their hair and skin concerns.

If you choose not to invest in an IPL machine, it can become more and more difficult to maintain high levels of customer retention and remain a current, on-trend business. Many customers are now choosing to spend their money on treatments that offer immediate and long term permanent results like IPL instead of the usual traditional beauty treatments therefore, it’s important that business owners stay on top of trends in order to prosper in today’s beauty environment.

World Class Training With The Global Beauty Group

Our passionate trainers will ensure that you are confident in the theory behind IPL technology and practical application is mastered so you can begin conducting your new IPL treatments with sound knowledge and educated confidence from the get go. Training is conducted at our Melbourne training centre and a Travel Assistance Rebate is supplied for interstate customers.

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Please also view our Sales and Financing options for a solution that works for your salon, or call our team of experts now on AU 1300 655 013 or NZ 0800 398 749 and let us help tailor a custom made solution to suit your individual business and budget.


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