Get The Rundown on IPL Hair Removal


The holiday season may still be weeks away but there is no doubt the warm weather has arrived! Cool breezy mornings, followed by warm days and dry afternoons, before you even know it, it is singlet and shorts weather. We understand most people can become a little lazy with the razor during the colder months and are not quite ready to bear all of your skin.


Get ready to ditch the razor and say goodbye to stubble & shavers’ rash because IPL is here to revolutionise the world of hair removal. IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light and quite simply works by utilising highly controlled flashes of light that are absorbed by hair-filled follicles. The absorbed light heats the hair, damaging and eventually destroying the regrowth potential of that follicle, all while leaving the surrounding tissue unharmed.


The ultimate goal in summer is having silky, smooth skin from your legs to bikini lines to underarms, IPL is the key to achieving that. Not only does IPL offer permanent reduction in unwanted hair, it is cheaper than waxing! Plus, IPL is a huge waste saver, think of all the waxing strips and disposable razors you have consumed in your lifetime. Who said you can’t look & feel great while still being considerate of your environmental impact in the world?


If you are still not convinced on IPL here’s a quick rundown on the benefits:

  • Gentle & Virtually Painless – No local anaesthesia is required and most people tolerate the treatment well. Each pulse light feels like a slight pinch, similar to the snap of a rubber band.


  • Permanent & Instant Visible Results – You’ll start to notice a significant decrease in unwanted hair growth after your initial treatments



Don’t put it off any longer and get one step closer to silky, smooth skin. Skin that you can feel confident about while wearing swimmers at the beach or a fabulous evening dress at a Christmas party!


For additional information and enquiries, contact La Peau Skin Rejuvenation on 07 3207 4100.



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