The principle of photonic hair removal is to use the selective photopyrolysis of the patented strong pulsed light source to irradiate the normal epidermis without damage, penetrate the skin directly to the root of the hair follicle, and the melanin in the hair dry and the hair follicle is absorbed and converted into heat energy, thus increasing the temperature of the hair follicle. When the temperature rises high enough, the follicle structure is irreversibly damaged, and the damaged hair and follicles are removed through a natural physiological process without damage to the surrounding tissue, resulting in painless hair removal.
Hair Management Process
★ In the test before use, It is strongly advised to check for adverse reactions by conducting a skin test 2 hours in advance of any hair removal procedure.
● Text method: On a small area of skin on the inside of the upper arm(the medial). From low energy to high energy apply 1-2 times at the same place. After 2 hours if you feel redness, burns, stabbing painor other symptoms consult a doctor before using again. On slight discomfort, use the product again in a lower intensity setting, owever if discomfort continues, consult a doctor before further use.
★ Clean the flash window, then shave the hair on your body and clean the residual hair.
★ Start the device, choose the best suitable intensity level for hair removal.
★ After finish hair removal, you should cool the skin using Ice water or a cold damp towel.
★ You can use a toner to help your skin retain moisture after hair removal.
★ Suggestions about intensity level operations for all types of skin and different parts of the body, please refer to the below comparison table.
★ It is strongly suggested you do not sure multiple times on the same part of the skin. You should flash less than two times in succession only at one location. The operation frequency times should be reduced when using high energy intensity level.
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