Before and after 2 treatments IPL to face
Before and after IPL for sun damage
Before and after multiple treatments of IPL and laser
What is IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)
An IPL machine is a device the use of intense pulses of light over a range of wavelengths from 420-1200 nm, which can be used to target different chromophores in the skin eg pigment, vessels and hair, by selecting a range of wavelengths which targets each particular chromophores. It differs from laser, in that laser is one wavelength and IPL uses a range of wavelengths.
What can IPL be used for
IPLs can be used for the following treatments:
The IPL wavelength can be chosen to target pigmentation. So the following problems can be treated: sun damage, freckles, solar lentigos.
Blood vessels / facial Capillaries and redness
An IPL wavelength can be chosen to target blood vessels in the skin, enabling the following problems to be treated: Facial Capillaries, Rosacea, Redness, red spots eg haemangiomas, spider naevi
Before and after 2 treatments IPL chest
Before and after IPL chest 2 treatments
IPL test patch to check potential results
Before and after IPL for pigmentation
This treats photoaging
Permanent Hair Reduction
Are all IPLs equal?
Definitely NOT. A significant proportion of machines do not have the capabilities of the better machines.
There is a large range of quality of IPLs, the better machines can cost 10 times the price of the cheaper machines. Mostly “you get what you pay for”
Are all IPL therapists equal?
Definitely NOT. With an IPL machine, it takes years to really get to know your IPL machine and its capabilities. Experience is very important. Our clinic has been open since 2002 and our medical director has been using laser devices since 2000. We can't stress enough the potential for different outcomes when the therapist or clinic is inexperienced with an IPL device. Other devices are more easy to delegate and to get standard outcomes, but IPL is not due to the large range of settings required to achieve results for different skin types.
Which IPL does Dr Naomi use currently?
We use Sciton BBL, which is considered the best IPL on the market. We have 2 BBLs, one is the smaller machine that can only reach a smaller energy and the other is our heavy hitter which can achieve the best results for difficult cases. For patients to be able to tell which machine their operator has, the stronger machine is the one that uses a specialised large plug and outlet (3 phase power).
Before and after 1 treatment. IPL photorejuvenation
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IPL (BBL) Before and after results