Overview & Details
- Flash & Go Express device
- AC cord adapter
- 2 European adapters
- Beauty storage case
- Cleaning cloth
- User’s manual
- Quick guide
- Manufacturer’s 1-year limited warranty
How It Works
- Home Pulsed Light Technology uses optical light energy, which is absorbed by pigment in the hair shaft and transformed into heat. The device is intended for permanent reduction in hair regrowth, defined as the long-term, stable reduction in the number of hairs regrowing when measured at 6, 9, and 12 months after the completion of a treatment regime.
Good to Know
- The Flash&Go device may not be as effective on naturally white, gray, blonde and red body hair.
- Do not use on naturally dark skin. Treating dark skin with Flash&Go can result in adverse effects such as burns, blisters and skin color changes (hyper- or hypo-pigmentation).
- Do not use on tanned skin or after recent sun exposure.
- Not recommended for use on men’s faces, jaws or necks.
- Beard hair is too dense for effective treatment by the Flash&Go.
- Hair removal by lasers or intense pulse light sources can cause increased hair growth in some individuals. Based upon currently available data, the highest risk groups for this response are females of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and South Asian heritage treated on the face and neck.
- Although the Flash&Go can be used for the treatment of facial hair, extra caution should be used on the face to avoid the eyes. Never use around or near eyes.
- Flash&Go can be used only from the cheekbones down.
- Do not use device anywhere on the ears, nipples, genitals or around the anus. These areas may have more sensitive skin, a darker skin tone, and/or a greater hair density, and using the Flash&Go device there may cause serious skin injury.
- Avoid treating areas with dark brown or black spots, such as birth marks, moles or warts.
- If you are unsure if Flash&Go is safe for you to use, please consult with your doctor or dermatologist before using.
Do not use Flash&Go if:
- You are pregnant or nursing (lactating).
- You were exposed to strong sunlight or an artificial tanning machine during the past 4 weeks.
- You have a tattoo or permanent makeup on the area to be treated.
- You have eczema, psoriasis, lesions, open wounds or active infections, such as cold sores, in the area to be treated. Wait for the affected area to heal before using the device.
- You have a history of kelodial scar formation, a known sensitivity to light (photosensitivity) or are taking medication that makes the skin more sensitive to light, including non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, (e.g., aspirins, ibuprofens, acetaminophen), tetracyclines, phenothiazines, thiazide, diuretics, sulfonyluraes, sulfonamides, DTIC, fluorouracil, vinblastine, griseofulvin, Alpha-Hydroxi Acids (AHAs), Beta-Hydroxi Acids (BHAs), Retin-AR, AccutaneR, topical retinoids or azelaic acid.
- You have abnormal skin conditions caused by diabetes, for example, or other systemic or metabolic diseases.
- You have been treated with AccutaneR (isotretinoin) within the past 6 months.
- You have been on a steroid regimen within the past 3 months.
- You have a history of herpes outbreaks in the area of treatment, unless you have consulted your physician and received preventative treatment before using Flash&Go.
- You suffer from epilepsy.
- You have an active implant, such as a pacemaker, incontinence device, insulin pump, etc.
- You have a disease related to photosensitivity, such as porphyria, polymorphic light eruption, solar urticaria, lupus, etc.
- You have a history of skin cancer or areas of potential skin malignancies.
- You have received radiation therapy or chemotherapy treatments within the past 3 months.
- You have any other condition which, in your physician’s opinion, would make it unsafe for you to be treated.
|Measurements:||Approx. 8-3/4″L x 3-5/8″W x 8-3/4″H|
|Weight:||Approx. 1 lb.|
|Care Instructions:||Gently wipe with a clean, dry cloth and a specially formulated cleaner for electronic equipment|
|Country of Origin:||Israel|
|FDA cleared-device based on Home Pulsed Light (HPL) Technology
||Easy to use