The laser produces a large beam of highly concentrated light (IPL), Laser (Diode).
The light/Laser emitted is well absorbed by the pigment located in the hair follicles (melanin).
During the hair removal procedure, the light/laser pulses for a fraction of a second, allowing the hair to absorb the light/laser and heat up.
As the hair follicle heats up, the hair shaft and bulb are damaged. This significantly reduces the hair’s ability to re-grow, and results in permanent hair reduction over time. With each session, the number of hairs growing in the treatment area declines and they can become finer and lighter.