IPL-Laser Treatments

 

                              IPL  skin rejuvenation treatment

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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) specifically uses visible broad-spectrum light wavelengths to target pigmentation spots, redness, fine lines and wrinkles. The intense pulses of light are attracted to chromophores, or color, in the skin. Cut-off filters within the device are then applied to specifically target your client’s skin concern. When applied to the skin, the device will create a flash of light; this light is then converted to heat and sent to the desired area while preserving the epidermal tissues. The heat is absorbed by its target to then “dissolve” the specific concern. The body naturally removes the injured tissue creating a renewed appearance or minimal amount of hair. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment, sometimes known as a photo facial, skin resurfacing or photo-rejuvenation, is a non-invasive process which helps to improve your skin’s appearance and texture.

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) Acne treatment enables your physician to greatly improve your skin appearance, reduce your acne, while at the same time treat the redness and pigmentation of your skin. … IPL is a non-invasive solution on inflammatory acne with less collateral effects than oral medication.

Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy uses a non-laser high-intensity source of light to treat spider veins, as well as a variety of other skin problems. IPL treats spider veins by heating and damaging the walls of the blood vessel. This causes them to collapse and disappear over time.

contraindications: 

Recent sunburn or suntan; unprotected sun exposure, tanning bed or solarium use 4 weeks prior to treatment; pregnancy; breastfeeding; cancer; lupus; hypopigmentation (e.g., vitiligo); history of seizures; history of keloid scarring; severe dermatitis, active inflammatory acne or eczema (within the treatment area); active infections; Accutane use in the last 6 months; diabetes medication; herpes simplex outbreak (within the treatment area); dark skin; Vitamin A or hydroxy acids (retinoic acid, tretinoin/Retin-A, Accutane, hydroxy acids) used within 60 days of treatment; photosensitizing medications; presence of a pacemaker; presence of surgical metal pins or plates under the skin of treatment area; use of St. John’s Wort within three months prior to treatment; blood-thinning agents (aspirin, ibuprofen, or Aleve used within one week of treatment, anticoagulants); permanent make-up or tattoos.

IPL/Laser treatments to achieve the result required from 6-10 sessions depends on the skin and hair type.

Skin Rejuvenating treatment
Vascular removal
Acne care treatment
Pigmentation Therapy 

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IPL/Laser Hair Removal

 

The light energy is absorbed by areas of high pigment such as hairs, which are therefore heated up. The heat damages the follicle, slowing hair growth and even preventing it completely.

 

The IPL laser treatment works by targeting the hair roots and destroying them so the hair no longer grows or significantly reduces growth.

 

IPL works like a spotlight on a stage, targeting very specific areas (which is why it’s effective in treating pigmentation and redness) and it emits wavelengths that target pigment for hair removal.

 

Facial hear removal
Underarms
3/4 Legs
Bikini