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TETRA IPL PLUS TR622
Are you tired of shaving, waxing, and sugaring your hair? Has it started to feel like a big hassle? Grab the at-home solution: Tetra IPL Plus Epilator for a permanent solution to put an end to hair woes, stubble and fuzz once and for all.
It’s incredibly easy to use and maneuver, offers five different power levels, and is practically portable to tag along everywhere you go! Above all, it’s more than a hair remover – and can be used to tackle a wide number of other skin related problems like acne scars, sun damage, stretch marks, and overall rejuvenation. Just a few weeks of use can rid you of your hair worries for good.
✅UPGRADED 999,999 FLASHES: Say goodbye to having to buy a replacement cartridge. This game-changer of a device is fit for lifelong use. Within 8 weeks of use, you’ll notice every inch of your skin smooth, silky and shiny!
✅FULL BODY TREATMENT: Unlike most devices on the market that only remove hair from a select few body areas – Tetra IPL Plus is perfect for the entire body. Whether it’s your face, arms, legs, bikini lines, or abdominal area, or even underarms and private parts – it will work its magic to sweep away all unwanted hair effortlessly.
✅IPL PLUS HAIR REMOVAL: Uses upgraded hair removal technology by shooting intense pulse light, which then penetrates into the hair follicles pushing them into dormant phase. Your hair tends to fall naturally and its regrowth is diminished. It’s gentle, easy, and virtually pain free.
✅5 ENERGY LEVELS: Start form level 1 and gradually move to the next levels over a period of 2 months. Use auto mode for hair removal from large swathes like arms, legs etc.; and manual mode for bikini lines, armpits and more.
IPL VS IPL plus
Intense pulsed light (IPL) is a cosmetic skin only lightening device. People may use it to remove unwanted hair.
while Intense pulsed light (IPL Plus) is a cosmetic skin treatment device. People may use it to reduce the signs of aging or remove unwanted hair. Other uses include reducing the appearance of scars, lightening darker patches of skin, and improving the appearance of spider veins.
IPL Plus works in a similar way to laser therapy. The difference is that where laser therapy delivers a single wavelength of light energy, IPL Plus delivers multiple wavelengths. This means that IPL Pluscan treat a larger area of skin in a shorter time than laser therapy.
People may choose IPL Plus as a treatment for a range of skin issues. These include:
- Acne scars
- Stretch marks
- Sun damaged skin
- unwanted hair or tattoos.
- Rosacea, a condition that causes redness of the face
- Hyperpigmentation, including liver or age spots and freckles
- Melasma, a condition causing brown or gray-brown skin patches
- Spider veins
- Stretch marks
- Sun damaged skin
IPL Plusis safe for most people but is not suitable for everyone. Pregnant women and people who are on blood thinners, for example, should avoid IPL Plus and laser treatment.
Other factors that make people unsuitable for IPL Plus treatment include:
- currently or recently taking the acne drug Accutane
- having active acne
- suffering from a skin resurfacing disorder
- being susceptible to keloid scarring
- having severe scarring
- having suffered severe sunburn recently
As with any medical procedure, IPL Plus does carry the risk of complications. These include:
- skin discoloration
How effective is it?
The effectiveness of IPL Plus depends on many things. It works better on white or light brown skin than on black skin, for example. Another factor is the kind of equipment a healthcare professional uses during the procedure.
Everyone responds differently to IPL Plus, and most people will need multiple rounds of the treatment before they start to notice results.
Anyone planning on having IPL Plus treatment should know all about the potential benefits, side effects, and complications.
To prepare for the procedure, you should avoid the following for 2 weeks:
sunbathing and tanning beds
Immediately before and after therapy, people should also avoid using any perfume or deodorant on the treatment area.
The American Society for Dermatological Surgery also advise people not to take any aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, or herbal supplements before the procedure. These medicines can contribute to the risk of bleeding.
you will use a handheld device to deliver light therapy. During the procedure, people may feel a pinching sensation. Some individuals have described this as a feeling similar to an elastic band being “snapped” on the skin.
Many IPL Plus providers will help people overcome this discomfort by offering a local anesthetic or chilling gel.
The length and number of sessions needed will depend on each individual’s treatment plan. It is worth noting that it can take anything up to several weeks to notice the results of IPL Plus treatment.
How long does IPL Plus hair removal last?
How long does IPL PLus hair removal last?
IPL Plus hair removal is a long-lasting form of hair removal that damages or destroys the hair follicle.
However, the hair may regrow, particularly if the follicle is damaged and not destroyed during the laser hair removal procedure.
For this reason, many doctors now refer to laser hair removal as long-term hair removal rather than permanent hair removal.
IPL Plus hair removal is permanent when the hair follicle is destroyed. When the hair follicle is only damaged, the hair will eventually regrow.
The amount of time it takes for the hair to regrow depends on the person’s unique hair growth cycle. Some people have hair that grows more quickly than others. Hair that is in a resting phase will grow back more slowly than hair that is in another phase.
Most people can expect some hair regrowth within a few months. Once this happens, they can opt for more removal treatments.
IPL Plus hair removal uses light to target the pigment in individual hairs. The light travels down the shaft of the hair and into the hair follicle.
The heat from the laser light destroys the hair follicle, and a hair can no longer grow from it.
Hair follows a unique growth cycle that involves resting, shedding, and growing periods. Recently removed hair that is in a resting phase will not be visible to the user, so a person may need to wait until it regrows before removing it.
For most people, laser hair removal requires several treatments over the course of 2 to 3 months.
Hair removal from a destroyed hair follicle is permanent. However, people who undergo hair removal can expect that some hair in the targeted area will grow back.
Over time, it is possible to treat the area again to reduce the number of hairs that regrow. In some cases, it may even be possible to eliminate all hair.
Whether or not hair grows back depends on numerous factors, including the type of hair that regrows and the skill of the person removing the hair.
Most people find that when hair regrows, it is lighter and less noticeable than it was before. This is because the laser may damage the hair follicle even when it fails to destroy it.
IPL Plus hair removal works best on people with light complexions who have dark hair. This is because the pigment contrast makes it easier for the laser to target the hair, travel into the follicle, and destroy the follicle.
People with dark skin or light hair may need more treatments than others and may find that more hair grows back.
To permanently remove hair, the user must know how to target the hair and choose the right type of laser. Research published in 2013 found that lasers that produce longer wavelengths work best on dark skin.
Side effects and risks
During treatment, some people experience burning, stinging, or discomfort. For this reason, many users apply a numbing cream to the area they are treating. However, some people may have an allergic reaction or skin irritation in response to the numbing cream.
Minor side effects are common, and may include:
changes in the color of the skin, particularly in people with dark skin, which are usually temporary
blistering or crusting of the skin
Sometimes, irritation related to hair removal can cause scarring. Damaged skin can also become infected. Though rare, skin infections can spread and become life-threatening.
Providing a detailed medical history and discussing risks and benefits can help the provider determine the right treatment, reducing the risk of serious side effects.
Following hair removal, a person should avoid sun exposure. The sun can irritate the skin, which increases the risk of blisters and scars.
A few different side effects can appear after laser hair removal. Most side effects are minor and temporary. Anyone experiencing lasting side effects should consult their dermatologist.
Redness and irritation
Laser hair removal damages the follicles of the targeted hairs. The body reacts to this, and many people experience redness and irritation in the affected areas. The skin may tingle or feel tender, and may even appear to swell slightly.
The symptoms are usually short-lived. The affected area may look similar to skin that has just been waxed or plucked. Some people use a topical anesthetic to reduce how much their skin reacts to the process.
Irritation should ease after the initial reaction, usually within a few hours of the treatment. Swelling and redness may respond well to ice packs or a cool bath.
Some people may experience skin crusting in the affected area. This is typically a minor issue but can be inconvenient.
Crusting can sometimes lead to scabbing or scarring. By taking care of the treated area after laser removal, such as by using a moisturizer, a person may prevent any lasting issues from this treatment.
Changes in skin color
Some users may notice minor color changes to the treated area of skin. It may get slightly darker or lighter, following laser hair removal.
People with lighter skin may be more likely to experience darker pigmentation changes. People with darker skin tones may be more prone to lighter pigmentation changes. These changes tend to fade away over time, and the skin returns to normal.
The hair removal procedure involves the use of powerful lasers. This means there is a risk of potentially serious eye injury, especially when a practitioner is working on a person’s face.
Both the person receiving the treatment and the practitioner should wear protective eye equipment to help prevent injury while the procedure is carried out.
Risk of skin infection
As with other cosmetic hair removal methods, damaging hair follicles with a laser can create an infection risk.
The affected area should be treated as a wound while it heals. People should report any signs of infection to a dermatologist.
Finally, they should not apply over-the-counter (OTC) antibiotic creams to large areas of skin if an infection arises.
Experts do not recommend laser hair removal for people who are pregnant. This is because scientists have not carried out any human studies that prove the safety of laser hair removal during pregnancy.
Pregnancy causes hormonal changes in a person’s body. This can commonly cause extra hairs to grow in unwanted places. While this growth can be embarrassing, the hairs often go away on their own.
If the hairs do not go away unaided, a person may want to try laser treatment after their pregnancy. Doctors may ask them to wait a few weeks after giving birth before they have the treatment.
Myths about laser hair removal and IPL Plus
There are several unfounded myths surrounding laser hair removal and IPL:
Laser hair removal causes cancer
The myth that laser hair removal therapy can cause cancer is unfounded. The lasers are specially designed to pass through the skin cells and target only the hair follicles deep within the skin.
The lasers used in laser hair removal do produce a small amount of radiation. However, this radiation is not thought to be harmful, and there is no evidence that laser hair removal therapy causes skin cancer.
Laser hair removal causes infertility
Again, there is no evidence that laser hair removal causes infertility. The lasers only penetrate the skin and do not reach or affect any other organs. Laser hair removal is usually safe, even in sensitive areas such as the groin.
Home kits are just as good as seeing a dermatologist
Home laser removal kits are available for people who want to remove unwanted hairs without going to a dermatologist.
Many people may experience modest results from using these kits, such as lighter or finer hairs. However, home kits are not the same as the powerful medical devices used by qualified practitioners.
IPL Plus is a cosmetic skin treatment. People may choose to undergo the procedure to reduce the signs of aging or remove unwanted hair. Other uses include reducing the severity of skin hyperpigmentation, such as freckles, birthmarks, or age spots.
This type of light treatment tends to work best on people with lighter skin, and an individual will typically need multiple rounds of treatment.
IPL Plus is generally safe but can carry potential complications such as pain, swelling, and bleeding. Pregnant women should not undergo IPL Plus treatment.
NOTE: We recommend that be tested on a specific area of the skin before you proceed.
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