IPL Hair Removal Wheelers Hill
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Best IPL Hair Removal Clinics in Wheelers Hill, VIC
Here's our pick for the top IPL hair removal clinics in Wheelers Hill, VIC.

10 venues found

  1. A L È I A hair&skin

    A L È I A hair&skin

    120 Hansworth Street, Mulgrave 3170
    (6)
    Eyebrow Waxing, Bikini Waxing, G String Wax, Lip Waxing, Brazilian Waxing
    IPL Hair Removal from $19.00
    Next available: Mon, 25 of Jan
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9 phone bookable IPL Hair Removal venues in Wheelers Hill

Brazilian Butterfly - Glen Waverley

Brazilian Butterfly - Glen Waverley

Shop 2 63 Kingsway, Glen Waverley 3150
Eyebrow Threading, Lip Waxing, Hollywood Wax, Threading, Face Waxing
IPL Hair Removal from $16.00
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Temple Body & Soul

Temple Body & Soul

73A Kingsway Street, Glen Waverley 3150
Eyebrow Threading, IPL Hair Removal, Threading, Men's Waxing, Waxing
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Brow Arc Threading

Brow Arc Threading

brandon park shopping centre, Corner Springvale Road & Ferntree Gully Roads, Wheelers Hill 3150
Bikini Waxing, Brazilian Waxing, Eyebrow Threading, Eyebrow Waxing, Face Waxing
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Emerge Skin and Laser Clinic

Emerge Skin and Laser Clinic

SP007, Brandon Park Shopping Centre Corner Ferntree Gully and, State Route 40, Wheelers Hill 3150
Face Waxing, Hollywood Wax, Ingrown Hair Removal, IPL Hair Removal, Laser Hair Removal
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Laser Clinics Australia - The Glen

Laser Clinics Australia - The Glen

Shop 37/235 Springvale Rd, Glen Waverley 3150
Brazilian Waxing, Eyebrow Threading, Face Waxing, Ingrown Hair Removal, IPL Hair Removal
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MySkin Clinics Waverley Gardens

MySkin Clinics Waverley Gardens

Shop 9/271 Police Rd, Mulgrave 3170
Brazilian Waxing, Electrolysis, Ingrown Hair Removal, IPL Hair Removal, Laser Hair Removal
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Salon of Beauty Day Spa

Salon of Beauty Day Spa

Waverley Gardens Shopping Centre, 134 Police Rd & Jackson Road, Mulgrave 3170
Electrolysis, Eyebrow Threading, Eyebrow Waxing, Face Waxing, Hollywood Wax
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Results Laser Clinic

Results Laser Clinic

Glen Waverley 3150
Electrolysis, Face Waxing, Ingrown Hair Removal, IPL Hair Removal, Laser Hair Removal
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Pulse Light Clinic

Pulse Light Clinic

Suite 3/1 Wanda St, Mulgrave 3170
IPL Hair Removal, Laser Hair Removal
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Questions & Answers

How long do IPL hair removal appointments usually take?

IPL hair removal takes about 30 minutes on average per treatment.

When should I get IPL hair removal?

You should opt for IPL if you're wanting to decrease your hair growth in certain areas. You should also go in for a session when your skin is at its natural pigmentation and not accentuated by any fake tan or sun exposure.

What should I do after my IPL hair removal treatment?

Wearing loose and comfortable clothing is recommended, you don't want to irritate the skin unnecessarily. Also, a cool pack or cold shower can increase the comfortability and recovery from the treatment. You should also consider hanging up the sports bra and shelving the protein shaker for a couple of days and avoid sun exposure for the first 48 hours after the treatment.

How often should I get IPL hair removal?

The average gap between treatments is roughly six to eight weeks. This depends on the hair cycle and the area that is being treated. Your technician will be able to advise you on the best time to come back in for your follow-up session.

How long does IPL hair removal last?

After you've had your initial sessions, you can expect to have a reduction of around 90 percent in hair growth. A top-up every six to 12 months is recommended.

How much does IPL hair removal cost?

IPL hair removal costs $155 on average.

What's the difference between IPL hair removal and laser hair removal?

IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light and is a light style of treatment. Whereas, laser hair removal is using technology that is an actual laser. What happens with IPL is that there is a distribution of light emitted which reduces the hair growth and with laser hair removal it's a concentrated single beam of light that works better at attacking the follicle.