IPL Hair Removal Applicators
The IPL HR and IPL HR* are very similar applicators. They were specifically developed to treat Hair Removal over large body areas like the arms, legs, chest and belly.
The difference between the two applicators is the wavelength. The HR uses a shorter wavelength for targeting lighter skin types, while the HR* applicator uses a longer wavelength for targeting darker skin types. Utilizing Forma-tk’s unique IPL-UPC technology, practitioners can adjust the pulse width to set the proper energy admission level.
Both the IPL HR and the IPL HR* are ergonomically designed and lightweight making them convenient and easy to use. The light guide (tip size) of the applicators is 6.5 cm² and allows better flow of treatment across larger areas with a significant reduction in treatment time.
3 modes of operation:
Pulse Density matters!
Forma-tk’s unique IPL technology, developed specifically to offer the highest pulse density in today’s market, reaching 22 J/cm² in 5 milliseconds. The density of the pulse is measured by the amount of energy emitted per cm² per time unit (J/ cm²/Millisecond). This the primary factor in determining treatment effectiveness and discomfort levels.
- Increased Treatment Efficiency: Using Forma-tk’s high pulse density, Formatk’s IPL allows practitioners to offer more effective IPL treatments with results that can be seen more quickly. This is especially important when performing Hair Removal, Pigmentation and Nail Fungus Treatments.
- Reduced Discomfort: The ability to provide a high level of energy in less than the TRT (Thermal Relaxation Time) means that discomfort levels are significantly reduced. The result is an effective treatment with minimal discomfort.
Ease of Use
The mode is easily selected from the touch screen menu.Forma-tk introduces the highest level of control and safety. The IPL HR applicator is equipped with a skin proximity sensor in the front of the applicator and two LED lights (Ready/ Stand By) at the back of the indicator. These safety features protect practitioners from releasing unwanted pulses when the applicator is miss-positioned.