Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy, is a way to improve the color and texture of your skin without surgery. It can undo some of the visible damage caused by sun exposure. You may notice it mostly on your face, neck, hands, or chest.
IPL uses light energy to target a certain color in your skin.
When the skin is heated, your body gets rid of the unwanted cells, and that gets rid of the thing you’re being treated for. Unlike lasers, an IPL device sends out more than one wavelength of pulsating light. It can treat a range of skin conditions at the same time.
After IPL, you may look younger because your skin tone is more even. And since the light doesn’t hurt other tissue, you can get better quickly.
A board-certified dermatologist should give it. (You might see the letters FAAD — fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology — after their name.) In some cases, a nurse or physician assistant might be able to do it. Either way, find someone who’s skilled with IPL.
810-Diode | Hair Removal
The Spectrum is ideal for laser hair removal with a large spot size, a hertz rate capable of up to ten pulses per second, and built-in contact cooling.
Long Pulsed Yag | Vascular Reduction
The Long-Pulsed Yag laser reduces vascular lesions, commonly known as spider veins, by using energy to heat, damage, and collapse targeted blood vessels. Technicians can also utilize the Long-Pulsed Yag to remove different types of vascular lesions, including cherry angioma.
Intense Pulsed Light
Erbium Yag | Skin Resurfacing
Erbium is a skin resurfacing procedure for the face, neck, chest, and hands to eliminate surface pigmentation and minimize mild to moderate fine lines and wrinkles. The Erbium treatment requires minimal downtime but helps patients achieve dramatic results.
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