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The main difference between IPL and laser is the type of light used. IPL or intense pulsed light, is a broadband pulsed light, whereas laser is a single monochromatic light source. IPL and laser technologies both target the melanin in the hair follicle and you can expect permanent results from both. Energy, frequency and hair colour are all determining factors in the efficacy of the treatment, while the light source, whether it is a laser or an intense pulsed flash light plays a minor role.
Yes! Each handset comes with a limited 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. If your handset stops working due to a manufacturing defect, it is eligible for a full replacement at no cost to you. You can read more details about our warranties here in our terms of service here.
Unfortunately not all hair and skin types are suitable for IPL treatment. Generally speaking, IPL does not work on blonde and red hair or very dark skin. Use our chart below to see if Nood will work for you:
*Smiley faces mean that Nood will work on that combo of skin and hair color. Sad faces means it likely will not be effective.
Unlike laser hair removal, IPL or intense pulsed light hair removal is generally considered to be much safer and less painful. This is because IPL uses a multi-spectrum bulb vs a single-wavelength laser. You may feel a slight tingle in sensitive areas during treatment, but it should not be painful.
You should see up to 80% hair removal following the scheduled treatment plan. When using your device, you are destroying hair follicles that are currently in the ‘anagen’ hair growth phase. It is possible that hairs that were not in the ‘anagen’ phase during treatment will still grow. This is why we recommend doing maintenance treatment once every 1-2 months as needed.