4 Questions Your Clients Will Ask You about Laser Hair Removal/ IPL Machine

4 questions your clients will ask you about Laser Hair removal/ IPL machine

If you’ve noticed your clients asking more and more technical questions about your IPL machine and in IPL treatments in general, you’re not alone. With the increased transparency in social media and accurate online information available to everyone with a smartphone, the average patient is no longer interested in simply going with the flow when it comes to popular treatments. IPL is no different.

As IPL technology is a reference point for many targetable concerns, there are so many directions to take your introductory spiel.  Here are the main tech-based questions clients want you to be able to answer about IPL laser.

How is an IPL machine different from a medical laser?

For many decades, lasers have played a huge role in the medical industry. The therapeutic industry capitalised on laser therapy more recently, adapting the laser beam to suit a greater area for coverage.

I’ve been told that IPL won’t work for my dark skin tone. Is this accurate?

While in the past, it has been risky to treat dark skin tones with laser technology, we’re seeing significant leaps that mean laser therapy is more accessible for darker skin tones than ever before. A number of specialist clinicians have worked extensively in this area, and are able to accurately assess an optimum outcome in laser hair removal for dark skin tones.

How does laser skin rejuvenation work?

Photo rejuvenate is increasingly popular. While it can improve pigmentation dramatically, reduce scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, all this while boosting the production of collagen and elastin. Intense pulses of light penetrate deep into the skin, causing blood vessels and collagen underneath the epidermis to constrict.  The result is a smoothing of the surface that gives a youthful appearance to the skin.

Can IPL help with my PCOS related hirsutism?

IPL has been very successfully used to treat the facial hair growth associated with PCOS. This hormonal condition usually results in the growth of a hair profile that has, in the past been difficult to treat.  New technologies emerging in laser hair removal have made hair reduction and removal a real possibility for sufferers of PCOS.

Australian Aesthetic Devices are proud to share high-quality cosmeceutical products and leading technology in IPL technology for clinics in Melbourne. Our team of experts are skilled in determining the perfect equipment to suit the need of any leading clinic, regardless of size. If you would like to talk to a member of our team about the latest in IPL technology, call us and speak with a member of our team today.