Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a laser technology used in dermatological and aesthetic treatments to improve the appearance of the skin. We have the most advanced technology available on the market.

It is effective in a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Dark spots: Reduces the visibility of spots caused by the sun or aging.
  • Redness and rosacea: Reduces the appearance of redness and symptoms of rosacea.
  • Oily skin and open pores: Helps control sebum production and minimizes the appearance of pores.
  • Acne scars: Smooths skin texture, reducing acne marks and scars.
  • Dull skin: Revitalizes and adds brightness to lackluster skin.
  • Photoaging: Combats signs of premature aging due to sun exposure.

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How does IPL treatment work?

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment uses broadband light pulses to treat various skin conditions. This procedure is non-invasive and is performed as follows:

  • Skin preparation: Cleaning the area to be treated to remove impurities and makeup.
  • Protection: Protective goggles are applied to the patient to safeguard the eyes from the light pulses.
  • Application: A device emits light pulses that penetrate the skin, treating conditions without damaging the upper layers.
  • Sensation during treatment: Patients may experience a slight tingling or warmth, similar to the snap of a rubber band.

Post-Treatment Care

After an IPL treatment, it’s important to follow certain recommendations to maximize results and minimize any risks:

  • Avoid sun exposure: The skin will be more sensitive, so it is important to avoid direct sunlight and use broad-spectrum SPF 50+ sunscreen.
  • Skin care: Keep the skin hydrated with creams recommended by the dermatologist.

Patients often notice significant improvement after the first session, although additional sessions may be required for optimal results. The number of sessions required varies depending on the skin condition and individual goals.

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