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Application fields of Intense Pulse Light (IPL):
 
  • Hair removal

  • Photorejuvenation

  • Vascular lesions

  • Pigmented lesions

  • Acne treatment
 
IPL Hair Removal
 

What is IPL Hair Removal?

IPL light source gently remove unwanted hair based on the principle of selective photothermolysis. This refers to the process where by light energy causes thermal injury to the hair follicle, while preserving surrounding healthy tissue.

How does IPL Hair Removal work?

The light penetrates the skin and is absorbed in the target pigment (melanin) found in the hair shaft. The energy absorbed in the shaft causes the temperature to reach a sufficient high level in the hair follicle so that the targeted hair structures are destroyed and regrowth is inhibited.

 

What are IPL Hair Removal results?

It takes additional 5-6 sessions (depending on life cycle of hair growth in the treated area). Follow up treatments may be needed to reduce unwanted hair.

 
IPL Follow up and  Treatment Instructions
 
DO's DON'Ts
Apply cool pack (not frozen) to treated site immediately after treatment
Fillers or other injectables should not be done withing 2 weeks before/after treatment
If scabs appear after blistering, they should be kept soft with a lubricating cream. Blistered or ulcerated skin may be treated with an antibiotic ointment or burn treatment cream
The first 5 days following treatment, care should be taken to prevent trauma to the treated site. Avoid hot baths, massage, and exercising
Apply 1% hydrocortisone cream to the treated area every 12 hours for the first 48 hours.
If crusting occurs, avoid picking at it. Picking can cause scarring. Once the scab falls off, the skin may be lighter, or darker. This usually resolves over a few months. There will be an obvious color difference from the unburned skin
Moisturize with Aloe Vera gel or any light fragrance-free moisturizer, after the first 48 hours
Avoid using sking irritanta, Retin-A, Benzyl Peroxide, Glycolic Acid, and astringents on the treated areas. Chemical peels are not recommended throughout treatment series
Use high factor sunscreen, SPF 30 or higher. A good sun block will contain zinc oxide or titanium dioxide and will protect against both UVA and UVB rays. Tanning after treatment may cause hyperpigmentation
Don't tan after treatment

 

IPL Photorejuvenation

What is IPL-Photorejuvenation?

IPL (Intense pulse light) Technology can be used to help restore the skinís youthful appearance. IPL improves the appearance of photo-aged skin, removes age spots (sun-induced freckles), most benign brown pigments, and redness caused by broken capillaries through a process called photorejuvenation for face and body. IPL Skin Treatments using Photorejuvenation help restore a more youthful appearance without the patient downtime. IPL technology can be used to help restore the skinís youthful appearance.

How does IPL-Photorejuvenation work?

The IPL emits light over many wavelengths penetrating the skin non-invasively to all the levels of the skin, where abnormal, easily dilated vessels can be found. It corrects a variety of skin conditions while offering a safe, non-invasive solution that can be tailored to your individual condition and skin type. The IPL is unique because it can treat the imperfections on the face as well as the neck, chest and hands rather than addressing a single isolated area.

 

IPL Pigmented lesions removal

IPL can remove age spots (sun-induced freckles), most benign brown pigments and chloasma .
 
IPL Vascular lesions treatment
 

IPL can remove redness caused by broken capillaries through a process called photorejuvenation for face and body.
IPL technology can be used to help restore the skinís youthful appearance.
 
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