How does pulsed light work?

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) used during the flash is absorbed by melanin: the pigment responsible for hair colour. This light is converted into heat, which destroys the hair by cauterising the vessels supplying the hair bulb. Over the course of the sessions, the light will thus prevent hair regrowth.

IRPL® technology developed by E-Swin’s engineers brings an entirely new dimension to conventional IPL: “regulation”. Regulated flash technology enables the instantaneous luminous power output to remain constant throughout the duration of the flash. This uniformity allows complete control of the heat generated in the target area – further enhancing the safety of flashes emitted.

This offers unprecedented therapeutic possibilities that are inconceivable with conventional IPL.