Turn Back Time Spa & Wellness Clinic.

Arms


Now you can have those smooth forearms that do not have the unwanted hair with IPL hair reduction.

Permanent hair reduction can be done anywhere on the body. Most commonly, the sideburns, upper lip, beard and neck, underarms, bikini line, arms, legs and back are treated. The days of shaving and having those unsightly razor bumps are now a thing of the past.

Underarms


Effectively achieve those silky, smooth underarms that look fantastic without having to shave.

What area's can be treated?

Sideburns


Ditch those razors with IPL today! Imagine never having to shave those sideburns or beard area again.



How Many Treatments Will It Take?


Although a single treatment session can produce results, the full benefit of IPL hair removal is usually realized through multiple sessions. This is because hair is effectively targeted only during its growth phase. Since all of your hair is never in the growth phase all at the same time, multiple treatments are usually required to produce the desired results. Once eliminated, however, unwanted hair remains gone.  Although you can experience some minor hair regrowth any strands of hair tend to grow back lighter and less coarse and can be treated with spot treatments. 


Schedule Your Consultation


If you would like to schedule a complimentary consultation for IPL hair removal with our certified specialist, please contact us today. Here is a list of rates.

Permanent Hair Reduction


Turn Back Time Day Spa offers permanent hair reduction to effectively eliminate those unwanted hairs. Messy, painful and ineffective hair removal methods are now a thing of the past.  The Harmony®  IPL treats unwanted hair with quick bursts of light with no down-time. It effectively removes hairs without causing irritation and minimizes the chances of scarring and pigmentation changes. This non-invasive and effective approach yields permanent hair reduction anywhere on the body.

During photo-epilation, the pigment (melanin) within the hair absorbs the light and converts it into heat. The hair transmits this heat into the hair follicle, which it destroys without damaging surrounding tissue. Thus, the follicle cannot produce a new hair.