How IPL Works
Based on the principle of selective photothermolysis, the IPL system emits pulses of filtered light that are attracted to melanin, a pigment found in hair. The light is absorbed by the melanin and transformed into heat, selectively destroying the germinating cells that feed the hair follicles for growth. By eliminating these cells, the hair then dies and begins to fall out, inhibiting future growth.
Similarly, for Skin rejuvenation, the transmitted light applies heat to the skin, promoting the creation of collagen and elastin fibres to replenish the cells that comprise the skin layers; this process produces a filling effect by thickening and re-aligning the skin from the inside out.
As the latest generation in hair removal technologies, No+Vello© IPL offers safe, long-lasting results and incorporates a deep sub-zero cooling system that minimizes the sensation of heat or pain, making the process easy and painless.
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On average our skin renews itself every 28 days however this process can be sped up with the use of specific treatments and products. For a ‘normal’ skin a deep cleanse is only necessary to be performed every 21 days to maintain good skin health but for more concern...