Intense Pulse Light (IPL)
IPL is a type of light therapy used for wide clinical application due to its wide range of wavelength. It is best known for the treatment of active acne and vascular lesions of the face but may also be used for pigmentations and hair removal.
What is the difference between IPL and laser treatment?
IPL is similar to a laser treatment. However, a laser focuses just one wavelength of light at your skin, while IPL releases light of many different wavelengths, like a photo flash. The light from IPL is more scattered and less focused than a laser.
Why Cellec (V) IPL machine?
Who should NOT try IPL?
Immediately following treatment, you can expect to see mild redness, and it may feel like a slight sunburn in the treated area. This should dissipate after a few hours, but in some cases, it could last a day or two. You can start to see healthier looking skin just several days after treatment. Sunspots, age spots, and or broken blood vessels usually begin to clear up in one to two weeks.