IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light, is able to treat a variety of skin concerns. IPL is well known for its use as a long-term solution for treating unwanted body hair. Intense Pulsed Light is also extremely effective at treating a variety of skin concerns too. SkinBase IPL is a medically certified system which uses a cryo-cooling handset to ensure ultimate comfort during treatment.
IPL is a safe and effective, non-surgical treatment. If you’re suffering from acne, vascular lesions like thread veins or pigmentation then IPL medical therapies could be the treatment you need. IPL works by using light to target specific skin structures heating them to remove unwanted hair, pigmentation, acne, and more. In the case of hair reduction, the light is absorbed by the melanin in the hair and converted to heat, which damages the hair follicle and leaves it unable to support future hair growth.
We have more IPL training dates arranged for the coming months and we are taking bookings now. Training sessions will be limited to just 6 spaces per session to allow for your safety during training. Spaces will be allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis.
Photorejuvenation is a relatively recent treatment option driven by the widespread use of SkinBase IPL systems with being a ‘no downtime’ treatment for: Improving skin tone, rosacea, broken blood vessels, red and blue facial veins, reducing facial wrinkles and fine lines, treating sun damage including age spots and brown pigmentation, solar lentigines and providing a smoother appearance to the skin.
We’ve asked our senior trainer, Sarah Beeston, for her advice booking courses. Sarah’s top tip is to really take the time to educate and explain to your clients the benefits of booking a course of treatments rather than simply offering a discount. Read on for more great advice from our very own SkinBase trainer.
I’m sure most of us have had clients suffering from an ingrown hair in for treatment at some point. They aren’t very nice and they’re