- US FDA Approved machines
- Gold standard treatment-Repairing of damaged skin
- Skin , fairness & glow
- Unwanted Hair reduction
- Dark spot removal
- Spider vein treatment
MECHANISM OF ACTION
- IPL systems work on the same principles as lasers in that light energy is absorbed into particular target cells with colour (chromophores) in the skin. The light energy is converted to heat energy, which causes damage to the specific target area. IPL systems are different to lasers in that they deliver many wavelengths (or colours) in each pulse of light instead of just one wavelength. Most IPL systems use filters to refine the energy output for the treatment of certain areas. This enhances penetration without using excessive energy levels and enables targetting of specific chromophores (these are skin components that absorb light).
Avoid sun exposure in the days and weeks before and after treatment.
A topical anaesthetic may be applied to the area but is not usually necessary.
A cold gel is applied to the area being treated. IPL devices often have integrated cooling systems. The smooth, glass surface of the IPL treatment head is applied to the skin, delivering precise pulses of light to the area being treated.
Most patients can return to work immediately after treatment. Treatment sessions usually last about 20 minutes. A course of 4-6 sessions every 3-6 weeks may be needed to achieve desired results.
Yes.absolutely.We use laser safety goggles for operator and treating patient
Even single session will give results but we recommend 6-8 multiple sessions 4 weeks apart for long lasting results and repair of damaged skin
Our expert dermatologist Dr.Rachiswayata will recommend you according to your skin condition and type, generally we recommend for Tanned skin, dull looking skin, Dark spots & melasma treatment, spider veins, Permanent Hair reduction, Pimples(acne) treatment.
IPL treatment for skin condition is mainly preferred for individuals with light skin types. Patients with darker or tanned skin types may are advised not to procure the therapy due to too much melanin. Also, those who are on medication that is sensitive to light should also avoid IPL treatment. Consult with your specialist to ascertain whether you qualify for the procedure.
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