IPL Treatment Spider Veins Face
IPL treatment spider veins face What is IPL ? Photon skin rejuvenator adopts the principle that substance absorbs light with selectivity. As different target organization absorb given pulsed light with different wide spectrum, the light acts on subcutaneous pigment. With photon-heat effect and...
IPL treatment spider veins face
What is IPL?
Photon skin rejuvenator adopts the principle that substance absorbs light with selectivity. As different target organization absorb given pulsed light with different wide spectrum, the light acts on subcutaneous pigment. With photon-heat effect and activism, the machine can dispel pigment, concrete blood vessel, burn the hair follicle and stimulate the collagen to arrange again, and achieve the aim of removing the pigment, vascular lesion, hair and improve the skin. Because the healthy skin absorbs little treating light, with special heads, it assures the safety in the operation during treating process.
Intense Pulsed Light systems differ from lasers in that they can deliver hundreds of wavelengths (or colors) in each burst of light. Certain filters are used that target these flashes of light so that they work in a similar way to lasers causing heat damage to the particular skin problem.
The process of directing a laser or IPL source to a target area of the skin to damage it is technically known as "selective photothermolysis".
● 10*50mm & 8*40mm spot size for your option.
● Big spot size 10*50mm is faster for big area.
● Small spot size 8*40mm is convenient for facial or small area treatment.
What are the risks from IPL Treatment for Pigmented & Vascular Problems?
Depending on the type of light treatment used and what area of your body you are having treated, some mild stinging or burning may be noticed during the procedure, and the area treated may feel hot for 15 minutes or so after treatment.
Most patients will experience skin redness over the treated area which will fade over the next hour or so. Sometimes, some mild bleeding may occur with scabs forming afterwards.
Post - treatment risks or side effects can include skin discoloration and scaling that usually fades over a period of weeks.
Rarely, minor scarring or more permanent pigment changes to the skin may occur.