With the weather super chilly outside, I find it easy to hide under jeans and tights so I don't have to shave, wax or epilate any part of my body. That being said, I know that now is the perfect time to get into the swing of things, so discovering the Sensica Sensilight Mini RPL* seemed like the best option to add into my body care routine. I've been putting this device to the test over the last 8 weeks as it promises to reduce hair growth in the comfort of your own home.
How the Sensilight Mini works is with RPL technology which is a form of IPL that reacts to your skin tone and condition to tailor the treatment to your needs. This is also helped but the three different energy levels that you can choose from as you can build up if you're new to the treatment. You press the device so it has direct contact with your skin, it then sends a flash every three seconds, once it's flashed you move the device to the test part of your skin.
When testing this out, I mainly focused on my legs as this is the area I have to shave the most. I noticed after a few sessions that the hair was growing slower meaning that going the two weeks you need to leave it between sessions became easier and easier. It's lightweight and can be manoeuvred around the body with ease, getting to all areas no matter how big nor small.
My initial worry when I first starting using the Sensilight was that it was going to be painful as I've had no prior experience with RPL technology before. Although it warms up and may sting depending on what area I'm working on, it really isn't as bad as I thought. As you can cover a whole leg in 10 minutes, I feel like the treatment when spread out over a couple of days, really doesn't feel like nothing at all.
If you're looking to invest in the Sensica Sensilight Mini RPL* then I'd definitely recommend it. I've noticed a change in my hair regrowth and I will be using this over the next couple of months to help me achieve smooth, silky skin ready for the Spring and Summer seasons. Sensica is now available to buy from Boots here and you can also check out the whole Sensica Hair Removal range here as well.
Would you be tempted to try out the Sensica Sensilight Mini RPL?