IPL RF SHR 3 In 1 Machine
How is SHR different to regular IPL treatments? Our new SHR machines can still operate in the normal IPL mode. This is where one shot is fired at a time with the handpiece held still and then moved to the next area for each subsequent shot. Where the SHR mode differs, is it can fire multiple...
How is SHR different to regular IPL treatments?
Our new SHR machines can still operate in the normal IPL mode. This is where one shot is fired at a time with the handpiece held still and then moved to the next area for each subsequent shot. Where the SHR mode differs, is it can fire multiple shots (between 2 - 8 per second) but at a lower energy level. The handpiece is moved around ("In Motion") as opposed to being held still with traditional IPL. A similar amount of total energy is transmitted, but studies have shown SHR provides the same or better results in a much more comfortable and safe manner.
Traditional laser or IPL technologies employ short pulses applying a vast amount of energy, which is transported to the hair root through melanin, reaching a temperature of approximately 70° Celsius. Energy reaches the root of the hair follicle solely through melanin. Skin and red blood cells have a similar absorption coefficient as melanin and therefore also absorb the high levels of energy produced by the laser and IPL methods. This can lead to swelling lasting several days, or even to third-degree burns.
SHR technology, on the other hand, utilizes the melanin path only partially (50%). Skin is penetrated down to the follicles, which produce hair growth. The hair melanin, as well as the tissue of the stem cells, is heated with low energy at a slow pace and over a longer period of time to a comfortable temperature of approximately 45° Celsius. Many people compare IPL to being flicked with a rubber band, but say SHR feels more like a hot stone massage.
SHR also enables a more successful treatment of lighter and finer hairs given that
the hair pigment is only secondary.
benefits of SHR hair removal vascular removal system
· virtually pain free hair removal & skin rejuvenation
· more gentle on the skin than standard IPL or Laser
· more successful on tanned skin and darker skin types
· more successful on lighter and finer hairs
· sun exposure after treatment is less problematic
How many treatments will I need use ?
This varies between individuals, the area being treated, and the treatment type (hair removal or skin
rejuvenation / pigmentation removal etc), but typically between 6 and 10 treatment sessions.
Is IPL and Laser the same thing?
IPL & Laser are both light based therapies, and are very similar, however IPL is not Laser and vice versa.
We are aware of some businesses that use the word Laser in their marketing or price lists when they actually have IPL machines, which, in our opinion, is false advertising.
IPL vs Laser Hair Removal
Something we often get asked about, and which there seems to be quite a bit of confusion over, is Laser Hair Removal versus IPL (Intense Pulsed Light).
In this article we will attempt to explain the large similarity and small differences.
Laser and IPL
These are two very similar methods and very similar machines that can be used for permanent hair reduction.
IPL can also be used for skin rejuvenation, freckle removal, vascular treatments and more. They both work by emitting pulses of light that heat the hair follicle to the root and destroy it.
We are aware of some businesses that advertise laser hair removal, but are actually using IPL. There’s not a huge difference, but it is still false advertising, especially if you were particularly wanting laser and thought that’s what you were getting!
what exactly is the difference between the two?
he main difference is that laser machines use a laser to produce light at specific frequencies (most commonly Alexandrite at 755nm), whilst IPL uses a Xenon flashlamp to produce high output broad spectrum light in the range of 500nm to 1200nm. Filters are then applied to restrict the wavelength to the desired range.
Therefore the system is very versatile, since modifying only the crystal filter, each pulse of light can be improved and personalized for each specific treatment. The different wavelengths penetrate the skin to different depths.
So which is better, Laser or IPL?
This seems to depend on who you ask! Practitioners who own laser machines will tell you they’re the best, and vice versa. There is nothing wrong with laser hair removal but we believe IPL, being a newer technology, has more benefits to offer.
Long lasting hair removal with virtually no pain,discomfort or irritation during and after your treatment. Just easy-breezy sessions and full-body confidence all year round!
5 reasons to treat yourself with SHR:
► Remove unwanted hair from anywhere on your body
► Rapid session time means you’re in and out in a flash
► Experience pain-free treatments and minimal skin irritation
► Never buy razors, shaving creams and waxes again
► Enjoy the convenience and confidence of hair-free skin every day.
HR: 650-950nm SR: 560-950nm
IPL & E-light: 10-50 J/cm2 SHR: 1-10J/ cm2
IPL & E-light: 1 HZ SHR: 1-8 HZ
UK lamp, guarantee 300,000 shots
10*40mm for SR, 15*50 for HR
Max -10 degree
Watering Coolig + Air cooling + Semi Conductor cooling
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