What is Speedy hair removal?
Speedy hair removal is short for Super Hair Removal, it combined with “In Motion” represents a breakthrough in permanent hair removal with light technology. The treatment is more pleasant than with the conventional IPL systems and your skin is better protected.
Speedy hair removal technology, on the other hand, utilizes the melanin path only partially (50%), and combining In-Motion technology, gently warms the skin, helping penetrate down to the follicles which produce hair growth.
How to achieve the most effective result by SHR?
1. Rub conductive gel onto the area to be treated prior to SHR hair removal treatment. because this gel acts as a bit like a magnifying glass. And helps ensure that the light penetrates as effectively as possible to reach and damage the hair root.
2. Shave the area you intend to treat so the light from SHR reaches the hair root more effectively. As the light creates heat you can singe long hairs which not only smells unpleasant but can damage the SHR head.
(Shaving does not cause future hair growth to grow more rapidly or to become coarser. Only the actual shaved hairs will become coarser, but they will shed, and new growth will be normal. Before hair removal treatments, allow the hair to grow just a little immediately prior to your treatment day, 2mm is enough.)
3. Sweating and anything else that makes your skin moist such as body creams can make the process uncomfortable.
4. SHR works best on fairer skin as it can absorb the intense light easier so you’ll find it much more effective if you haven’t come back from holiday with a beautiful tan.
5. When you first start to use SHR equipment, pls start at the lowest setting on an easily accessible part of your body and gradually build up the energy, if it starts felling unpleasant then you know what your limit is.
6. SHR works best on nice and cool skin, so pick a good time when you’re relaxed and not hot from having a sauna or anything else that has got your hot like going to the gym. As all skin types can feel more sensitive on certain days due to hormones or stress levels so give it a miss if that happens.
7. A course of 5 – 10 treatments is usually required to treat hairs at all stages of the hair growth cycle. at 3 to 6 week intervals, which varies depending on hair type and colour, and the location being treated. Fair hairs will require extra treatments. White hairs can not be treated. A maintenance session may be necessary from time to time, due to the development of new hair growth appearing. as our hormonal balance continues to change with age, or due to the influence of stress, illness, disease etc.
How to do long term after care?
- Always wear a good sun block with both UVA and UVB protection
- Avoid excessive sun or UV exposure. Cover up and be sun-safe.