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IPL Laser Hair Removal Handset


Stop undesired hair growth at the fraction of the cost of clinical laser hair removal.


  • Proven results from over 200,000 users worldwide
  • Affordable professional-grade treatment
  • Prevents unwanted hair growth after 12 sessions
  • Works on any body part, including face & Brazilian area

"I have thick, dark hair, and when I shave my legs in themorning I have a 5 o’clock shadow before bed. There was no point. When Igot this handset I was so excited to try it out, and noticed slower andthinner growth after just 2 uses. I’m only halfway through the12 week process! This. Is. Worth. Every. Penny. I've gone a without shaving for over 14 days without issue and I’ve only used it 5 weeks now. I just wish I hadknown about it years ago!"

- Jessi S. Verified Buyer


The most advanced, effective method for at-home laser hair removal.


IPL laser hair removal pulses are absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle, which then turns to heat and destroys the hair cells. This causes hair regrowth to slow down after each treatment. With significantly slowed unwanted hair growth in just 3 weeks, and permanently silky skin within 12 weeks.

Ideal for long-term, permanent hair removal, this laser hair removal device can treat both large areas using glide mode and precise spots with stamp mode.

220,000+

People worldwide lasering hair away with RosaCare

1716+

5-Star Reviews

How Our Handset Works

Step 1

Shave the area you plan to treat - this will allow the IPL pulses to directly target your hair follicles.

Step 2

Use the RosaCare IPL Pulses (glide mode for large areas, & stamp mode for precise treatments) for your laser hair removal session. 

Step3

Use the RosaCare IPL Pulses (glide mode for large areas, & stamp mode for precise treatments) for your laser hair removal session. 


RosaCare presents a new technique in hair removal. A technique which is revolutionary in many ways and which renders obsolete traditional hair removal methods such as shaving, plucking and waxing.


It's the laser hair removal clinic in a handset - smooth, hairless skin, without any pain or irritation, is finally at your fingertips!



Recommended By Leading Estheticians

Dr. Amanda K.

Dermatologist, Beauty Esthetician

"IPL laser hair removal treatment is likely the best at-home method for permanently removing hair. The best thing about RosaCare's IPL Handset is that it is relatively painless. 


Unlike waxing, shaving, & epilators, RosaCare laser hair removal targets the hair follicle to prevent future growth.  It's an excellent way to bring a professional, in-office treatment to the comfort of your home."

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Does mineral oil penetrate the skin?

Mineral oil is a natural by-product of petroleum. It’s created when petroleum is distilled to become gasoline (yep, the stuff you put in the ol’ gas tank). It’s the same stuff as “petroleum jelly,” which has been a mainstay in U.S. homes for many years by way of creams and lotions, as well as Vaseline and baby oil.

So what are some benefits of mineral oil?

Mineral oil is a natural by-product of petroleum. It’s created when petroleum is distilled to become gasoline (yep, the stuff you put in the ol’ gas tank). It’s the same stuff as “petroleum jelly,” which has been a mainstay in U.S. homes for many years by way of creams and lotions, as well as Vaseline and baby oil.

Is there anything to be wary of regarding mineral oil?

Mineral oil is a natural by-product of petroleum. It’s created when petroleum is distilled to become gasoline (yep, the stuff you put in the ol’ gas tank). It’s the same stuff as “petroleum jelly,” which has been a mainstay in U.S. homes for many years by way of creams and lotions, as well as Vaseline and baby oil.

Is mineral oil truly non-comedogenic?

Mineral oil is a natural by-product of petroleum. It’s created when petroleum is distilled to become gasoline (yep, the stuff you put in the ol’ gas tank). It’s the same stuff as “petroleum jelly,” which has been a mainstay in U.S. homes for many years by way of creams and lotions, as well as Vaseline and baby oil.

If someone chooses to use mineral oil, when and how is the best way to apply it?

Mineral oil is a natural by-product of petroleum. It’s created when petroleum is distilled to become gasoline (yep, the stuff you put in the ol’ gas tank). It’s the same stuff as “petroleum jelly,” which has been a mainstay in U.S. homes for many years by way of creams and lotions, as well as Vaseline and baby oil.

Would you recommend using mineral oil on skin?

Mineral oil is a natural by-product of petroleum. It’s created when petroleum is distilled to become gasoline (yep, the stuff you put in the ol’ gas tank). It’s the same stuff as “petroleum jelly,” which has been a mainstay in U.S. homes for many years by way of creams and lotions, as well as Vaseline and baby oil.

Final word: Should we stay away from mineral oil?

Mineral oil is a natural by-product of petroleum. It’s created when petroleum is distilled to become gasoline (yep, the stuff you put in the ol’ gas tank). It’s the same stuff as “petroleum jelly,” which has been a mainstay in U.S. homes for many years by way of creams and lotions, as well as Vaseline and baby oil.