FAQs, tips and advice
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Can I receive sun exposure during the Homelight® epilation treatment?
BaByliss recommends you avoid sun exposure of any area recently epilated by pulsed light. The use of self-tanning products should also be avoided. BaByliss recommends you apply sunscreen on the areas treated with pulsed light if you must receive sun exposure. Important: if you tan, take your new shade into account when adjusting the light intensity to avoid any risk of a burn.
Which epilation technique should I use in between sessions?
We agree, letting hairs grow between sessions is not very sexy! For that reason, BaByliss advises you to shave when necessary during your treatment. Careful, waxing or use of an electric epilator should be avoided because the bulb must remain so that it may be be destroyed by the light during your next session. Tip: we even advise shaving right before your session.
How soon can I expect to see results?
Pulsed light is a semi-permanent epilation that will cause your bulb to go dormant and stop producing hair. Each hair has its own life cycle, so they will not all be present during your session. It is important to be patient as each hair is removed as it moves through its cycle. Results are visible after a few sessions, we estimate that 8 sessions are necessary to have 90% fewer hairs on the treated area.
So don't panic if you still see a few growing hairs. You will eventually win this battle!
What is the sensation?
Pulsed light epilation is painless. The sensation is that of a light pinch that disappears very quickly. Depending on your skin type, you may see some redness, which will quickly fade.
Tip: cool the area down after epilation using an ice pack or cool gel.
Tip Remember to shave before each session! This tip only applies to your body and excludes facial areas.
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