Before diving into a totally new approach in your pursuit of an ethereally flawless skin, it is of paramount value to be knowledgeable on the kind of treatments you engage in. Intense Pulsed Light technologies offer a breakthrough skin treatment that has become an all-time trend in the medical and aesthetic field. If you are a bit shady in trying the IPL treatment in that it is something incredibly new and foreign to you, then Bella Medispa has simplified what you essentially need to know about Intense Pulsed Light Treatments.
Intense pulsed light technologies are significantly used in the clinical and aesthetic community today. IPL makes use of non-laser, high-intensity light source that is converted to heat energy. The IPL system has been introduced in the medical arena about two decades ago. The IPL technology gained favor in the medical setting due to its reasonable cost and versatility as compared to lasers.
At present, IPL devices are pervasively used in Photofacials or Photorejuvenation that painstakingly treat rosacea, broken capillaries, pigmentations, sun-induced freckles and many other vascular lesions, early ageing symptoms and skin imperfections. It has become a breakthrough in helping people achieve a more youthful, rejuvenated skin. IPL is also popularly utilized as a hair removal modality which effectively and safely removes unwanted hair on various surfaces of the body such as the face, hands, back, chest and the legs.
According to the principle of selective photothermolysis, the IPL devices emit a broad spectrum of light through a minute, clear handpiece that is gently directed to the area of concern. It uses melanin as its target for energy absorption. Melanin is found in the hair follicle epithelium which is layers below the epidermis. The high-intensity light is transmitted deep down onto the skin targeting the pigment deposits inside the hair shafts while ensuring that the epidermal melanin (at the superficial layer of the skin) is spared. As soon as light reaches deep down and is absorbed by melanin, it is then converted into heat energy causing hair follicle destruction. Hair then becomes sparser after every session. It is also important to note that multiple treatment sessions are needed for optimum results.
Photorejuvenation, also known as photofacial, is a non-invasive procedure that also makes use of non-laser, high-intensity light sources in treating various skin problems. This non-invasive modality targets fine wrinkles, lax skin, sun-induced spots, acne and rosacea and other vascular and pigmented skin lesions. Similarly, light energy targets vascular and pigmented lesions in the skin wherein the melanin that causes the "imperfections" is damaged. The body's natural process then sweeps away the dead tissues giving room for new, replenished ones. Fine wrinkles and lax skin are treated by heating collagen fibers which results to their contracture or tightening. The stimulation of collagen and elastin fibers then replenishes the skin. In effect, it improves the texture, tone and the overall appearance of the skin making it more firm, even-toned and plump.
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