With 100 flashes/minute a whole body treatment takes just 10 minutes
So you never need to worry about running out
Built-in sensor ensures Bare only flashes against safe skin tones
One single power setting with built-in safety sensors to check your skin before each flash
Sleek, modern style and ergonomic design for speedy, comfortable treatments
Two treatment modes for quick and easy treatments
SmoothSkin Bare has received acclaim from all of the world, scooping a number of prestigious awards including Best Electrical Device at Pure Beauty Awards 2017 and Highly Commended New Electrical Product at The Beauty Awards with OK 2017.
SmoothSkin are the only global brand dedicated to light-based beauty tech. With all of our products designed and manufactured in the UK, we have world leading clinical and technical capability, all based at our HQ in South Wales, UK.
There are some extra cases where IPL is not recommended. These include a number of skin conditions; including eczema, varicose veins and skin cancer; medical conditions including diabetes or epilepsy, the use of some medications that can cause sensitivity to light including some acne treatments and anti-depressants; and even a number of tattoos or moles in the area you wish to treat. For more information, contact us.
Yes, you can safely treat the face, cheek and jaw line, the upper lip, neck and chin areas. However, DO NOT use on eyebrows, eye lashes, the scalp, lips, nostrils and ears.
Yes – there are a number of conditions that may affect your suitability for IPL treatment. These include (but are not limited to): skin cancer, or any other localised cancer in the areas to be treated; history of vascular disorder, such as the presence of varicose veins or vascular ectasia in the areas to be treated, skin which is sensitive to light and easily develops a rash or an allergic reaction; diabetes; lupus erythematodes; porphyria ; congestive heart disease; skin infections, eczema, burns, inflammation of hair follicles, open lacerations, abrasions, herpes simplex, wounds or lesions and haematomas in the areas to be treated. This list isn’t exhaustive, if you need further clarification, please check with your doctor.