Permanent Hair Reduction and Photo Rejuvenation in Anaheim
At Noora’s Beauty Care in Anaheim, we provide safe, affordable, and effective permanent hair reduction using the latest in pulse light technology. Our intense pulse light combines light and heat energy to destroy the hair follicle over a series of treatments.
With our hair reduction methods, you can now be free of excess or unwanted hair, forever! Our team offers laser hair removal through Intense Pulsed Light (IPL). This method offers expert permanent hair removal for any skin types. Contact us right away if you have any questions about our services.
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Therapy – Better Than Laser Hair Removal!
Our Intense Pulses Light therapy can bring out a fresh healthy layer of skin, reducing dark spots for an even complexion.
IPL uses a combination of specific heat and light to promote collagen growth, which brings new skin to the surface without harsh chemical peels.
This method is a non-invasive and non-ablative treatment that uses intensity pulses of visible light to improve the appearance of several skin problems:
- Vascular lesions (spider telangiectasis, port wine stains, broken facial veins, rosy cheeks, rosacea, red thread veins)
- Age marks
- Facial lines and wrinkles
- Unwanted dark hair
Minor Side Effects of Intense Pulsed Light Therapy:
- Some pain during treatment
- Pink skin and minor soreness after the procedure
- Sensation of a mild sunburn
- Bruising (10% of patients)
- Possible hair loss
IPL works similarly to lasers. They both allow light energy to be absorbed into specific target cells with chromophores in the skin. Lasers use light energy that is converted to heat energy which causes damage to target areas. IPL delivers wavelengths in each pulse of light instead of just in one wavelength, like lasers.
Most IPL therapy targets the lower layers of the skin without affecting or damaging the top layers of skin. One of the many advantages of using IPL therapy is the minimal downtime. Patients who undergo this therapy can have it done during their lunch break and then return to work immediately after.