E-light Hair Removal IPL Skin Rejuvenation Machine With CE Approval
From the appearance you can see that it own the unique design, with
10inches true color TFT touch screen, we added the sensitive senser
to promote the beedback from the screen.For the interior
collocation, it own the best cooling system air &water cooling
system ,this cooling system can make the temperature of the water
stable that can prolong the working time ,we use the semiconductor
to refrigerate the hand piece from -4 degree centigrade to 0 degree
centigrade so that it will not injure the skin and without pain.
Use sapphire crystal to guide the light and it can concentrate the
light that make the operation efficient.
Beside the material of the shell is make of ABS, it can prevent to
produce the static. That make the operation safe. With the strong
light system this machine own the multifunction, it can use for
skin rejuvenation, pigment removal, hair removal ,spider veins
removal, acne removal.
|Handpiece||1 IPL treatment heads|
|Spot size||8*40 mm, 12*35 mm, 15*50 mm|
|IPL spectrum||420-1200 nm|
|Power Supply||100/110V, 50-60Hz or 230/260V, 50-60Hz|
|Screen||8.4" true color TFT touch display|
|Place of Origin||Guangdong, China(Mainland)|
1.Three cooling system
2.1500W Stable Power
3.Anti-shaking, Long Lifespan
4.10.4' touch screen
7.-4℃ contact cooling
8.Permanent hair removal
9.Standby for over 12 hours
How IPL works ?
When the light effect on the skin ,it give preference to the
melanin, the hair sac will atrophy and die, and the pigment will
come up, so the hair and the pigment will be removed.
2. Bio stimulation :
When the light effect on the skin ,it enable the skin to 45 degrees
to 60 degrees boundary point ,it will stimulate more collagen
rebirth and let elastic regroup so producing for skin rejuvenation
and the skin healthier and younger.
When the IPL irradiate at the acne , the propionic bacterium of the
acne will be killed and the acne will be removed.
Expansion of the blood capillaries will seal and atrophy, after
absorbing IPL energy, so that it can achieve spider veins removal.
- Skin rejuvenation
- Pigment removal
- Acne removal
- Spider veins removal
- Hair removal
1. Power Cord
2. Protect Glass
3. HFIPL Handle
4. Guarantee Card
1. What is IPL?
Intense Pulsed Light is a technology where light is converted into
heat energy. Treatments are like a very powerful camera flash lamp
being held against your skin.
The selected light waves target chromophores (colour pigments) such
as melanin in brown spots and freckles; and such as haemoglobin in
broken or diffused blood vessels. The light waves can also target
specific protein molecules in acne bacteria and in collagen. IPL
treats all conditions without disruption to the skin’s surface.
2. What is the difference between IPL and Laser?
Lasers have been used in surgery for years. The IPL is an
adaptation of the laser, more suited to the beauty industry. The
biggest difference between laser and IPL, as far as treatment is
concerned, is the coverage.
The laser beam is very narrow, only covering a small spot at a
time, while IPL coverage is several times the area, and therefore
treatments are much quicker. The surface area of the Chromolite IPL
applicator head is 7.5 square cm – one of the largest on the
market. Lasers produce light from one specific wavelength, or
colour, for a very specific target. The light emitted from the IPL
is composed of a spectrum of colours from different wavelengths,
enabling selective photo-absorption (light absorption) to different
targets. In other words, using the IPL is like using a group of
lasers in a single treatment.
3. Permanent Hair Reduction: How does it work?
Intense Pulsed Light targets the colour pigment (melanin) in the
hairs. Therefore white hairs can not be treated. Dark hairs on fair
skin have the best and quickest results. Fair hairs will require
extra treatments with lesser results. Caution is required when
treating hairs on darker skins; this is explained below and would
be discussed more fully during your consultation.
The hair growth cycle:
Hairs grow in constant cycles: Firstly hairs are actively growing,
then they become dormant (resting), and finally they loosen and
shed, only to be replaced by more new, actively growing
Only hair follicles in the active growth stage are disabled by IPL
Hairs in the dormant stage of the growth cycle normally remain
anchored in the follicles for weeks or months, depending on their
location, but their follicles and associated hair germination cells
are not disabled by IPL treatments. These follicles will be treated
in subsequent sessions.
This is why you need repeated sessions. Hair growth becomes sparser
with each session. All treated hairs should shed within about two
4. Skin Rejuvenation: How does it work?
* Skin Tone and Re-texture
* Vascular Lesions
* Acne & Rosacea
Skin Rejuvenation is also known as photo-rejuvenation – the
non-invasive, non surgical face lift.
The Intense Pulsed Light is absorbed by colour particles which are
present in blood and in melanin.
The IPL also treats the propioni-bacterium in acne and protein
present in cells which produce collagen.
Pigmentation marks slowly come to the skin’s surface and are shed
Vascular lesions dissipate into the lymphatic system for excretion,
just as bruises do.
Enlarged pores, minor pitting and scarring diminish and fade.
Fine lines and wrinkles are softened and may virtually
Collagen & elastin production increases.
5. How often will I need treatments?
a. PERMANENT HAIR REDUCTION
A course of 5 to 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 and drugs i.e;
steroids or contraceptive pills.
b. SKIN REJUVENATION:
It is difficult to predict the number of sessions required, as it
depends on the nature of the lesions to be treated and their size,
plus the client’s skin type, condition and colour. Some conditions
may require maintenance treatments from time to time. This will be
discussed during your consultation. Different types of skin
rejuvenation require different numbers of treatments.
The following is a guide only:
SKIN TONE & RE-TEXTURE:
Fine lines & wrinkles, enlarged pores, minor pitting &
2 to 4 treatments usually recommended, at 4 to 6 week intervals.
Facial redness, broken capillaries, spider veins, etc
2 to 6 treatments usually recommended, at 2 to 6 week intervals.
Freckles, sun spots, flat birthmarks, etc,
2 to 8 treatments usually recommended, at 4 to 6 week intervals.
ROSACEA AND ACNE:
Results are profound, but these hormonal conditions may
2 to 6 treatments usually recommended, at 1 to 3 week intervals.
6.Is it painful?
Some treatments have little or no sensation at all, but for other
treatments, clients may feel a slight sting, similar to the flick
of a rubber band against your skin. It is certainly not unbearable,
and we can always reduce the intensity if you feel the need.
Immediately after some treatments you may feel a mild heat for a
few minutes, or a couple of hours, but after most treatments you
will feel next to nothing at all.
7. Important Before Care.
* Sun exposure and tanning:
You can NOT be treated if you have had ultra violet (UV) exposure
from the sun or sun beds within the past 4 to 6 weeks. Therefore
prior to your treatments you must cover well with clothing and hats
and sun block to prevent extra activity of the melanin cells in
your skin. Melanin cells are responsible for tanning. Your tan
slowly ‘wears off’ as those cells reach the surface of your skin in
the normal skin- shedding activity, known as skin renewal.
Fake tans stain the outer skin cells, and this colour will
intensify the IPL heat at the surface of the skin, therefore we
cannot treat with IPL for at least two weeks after a fake tan
*Waxing, plucking, threading:
For hair removal treatments, allow the hair to grow just a little,
( 2 mm is enough) immediately prior to your treatment day. Please
refer to the ’Hair removal treatments’sub-heading above.
It is advisable to shave between appointments, as waxing or
plucking would remove the hairs that we are hoping to target in
your next session. 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
* Bleach or depilatory creams:
These products should not be used for at least one week before IPL
AHA Creams, Glycolic or Salicylic Peels:
These products should not be used for at least one week before IPL
8. Important After Care
For 24 hours after each IPL treatment:
* No sun exposure or UV exposure of sun beds
* Wear sun block with both UVA and UVB protection
* No depilatory, AHA, glycolic or salicylic creams
* No very hot baths or showers – tepid water only
* No heat treatments e.g. sauna
* No swimming in chlorinated pools or spa baths
* No deodorant – if underarms treated
* No perfumes, highly perfumed soaps or lotions, etc.
9. Can Dark Skins Be Treated?
Light produced by laser and by IPL is absorbed by the colour
pigment, melanin, which is present in our hair and skin. Caution is
required when treating people with dark skins, Asian skins and some
other skins which tan very easily. Hyper-pigmentation or blanching
of the skin is likely to occur if there is too much melanin present
in the skin. It is possible to treat medium to medium/dark skins on
a low intensity.
The consultation process and a test patch, will determine whether
each individual can be treated. Strict guidelines must be adhered
to, when treating darker skinned people, using only low levels of
intensity at each session, and therefore more treatments will be
needed to achieve a result. Skins such as Negroid, Melanesian and
some darker Indian skins are not treatable
for both skin rejuvenation and for hair removal. Electrolysis is an
option for these people, but it too, must be administered with
caution, on a low intensity, due to the possiblility of
hyperpigmentation or blanching.
There is some more intersting information to read regarding hair
growth, on my ‘Electrolysis’ page and my ‘Waxing’ page.
10. Adverse Reactions
* Redness and swelling of the skin are normal. They are
harmless effects which usually disappear within half an hour, but
can occasionally be visible for two to thirty hours. Tightening of
skin can sometimes be felt for one or two days.
In extreme cases blistering may occur, which heals in a few days.
Cooling, healing gel or ice-packs should be applied frequently to
alleviate discomfort. Treat this situation as you would for sun
burn. *Scabbing is possible after blistering. It is extremely
important NOT to pick scabs off the skin, as they are protecting
the underlying skin while it heals itself. If you pick a scab off,
the healing process will stop and you could be left with little
If any signs of redness and swelling are still present after 48
hours of treatment, please contact the IPL operator for further
advice. If your IPL operator cannot be contacted, a doctor,
pharmacist or naturopath should be able to give you appropriate
advice. In the mean time, treat as sun burn. *Blanching or
hyper-pigmentation will only occur if strict guidelines regarding
settings for the different skin types and colours have not been
adhered to; OR if the client has not disclosed all
contra-indications, medications. or the full extent of their sun or
UV exposure during the month prior to treatment. Usually blanching
or hyper-pigmented scars will heal and fade over weeks or months,
but in extreme cases, especially on darker skins, they could be