The future of hair removal is here.

Which device is right for you?

Glazee Skin Gen1 IPL Laser Hair Removal

RM441.00 MYR

Sapphire+ IPL Ice Cooling Laser Hair Removal

RM798.00 MYR

Easy & effective

VS

Quicker & long lasting results

RM441

RRP

RM888

4 weeks

Results in

 3 weeks

Up to 92%

Hair remove after 12 weeks

Up to 99%

Full body treatment 30 minutes

Efficiency

Full body treatment 15 minutes

10s/flash

Seconds per flash

0.8s/flash

500,000

Lifetime flash count

999,999 

Up to 3J/CM2

Energy output

Up to 5J/CM2

Quarts Tube

Temperature regulations

Sapphire Cooling Technology

After 30 minutes of use: 77°F

Yes

Full body use

Yes

Yes

90 day money back guarantee

Yes

Got questions? we got you!

How does IPL work?

Glazee Skin devices use special light (IPL) to stop hair from growing back. The light goes through the skin and gets absorbed by the hair, turning into heat below the skin. This heat keeps the hair from coming back. Treated hairs fall out on their own in a few days to a couple of weeks.

 

After you finish the first set of treatments, you'll need to do regular quick treatments to make sure the hair doesn't come back. The good news is that Glazee Skin devices will stop hair from growing back as long as you keep treating regularly. So, if you keep up with your treatments, you won't have to deal with stubbly legs or underarms again. Yay! 

Does IPL really work?

Is IPL permanent?

How long does it take to see results?

What results can I expect?

Why do I need to keep using Glazee Skin devices for 12 weeks to start with?

Why do I need to do top-up treatment?

How long does one session take?

What's the difference between IPL and laser?

Is it suitable with me?

Can I use Glazee Skin to treat at female pubic area?

Can I use Glazee Skin to treat at male pubic area?

Can I use on any part of body?

Can I use IPL over my tattoos?

Why do I need to shave first?

Can I use on moles and freckles?

Are there any medical condition condition that mean that I shouldn't use IPL?

I'm taking medication - does this affect my suitability?