Benefits of IPL
- Reduces Ocular Rosacea, pigmentation, sun damage & brown spots
- Kills harmful bacteria that causes acne
- Treats rosacea and broken blood vessels
- Helps treat meibomian gland dysfunction, a common cause of most chronic dry eye symptoms
- Rejuvenates face by reducing fine lines and wrinkles
What is IPL?
IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light and is a type of light treatment that uses strong pulses of light to stimulate or treat various issues within the skin. This technology is used by cosmetic and medical practitioners to perform various skin treatments for aesthetic and therapeutic purposes.
Who is a good candidate for IPL?
You may make a good candidate for an IPL treatment if any of the following apply to you: Dissatisfied with the overall appearance of your skin. Abnormal pigmentation due to aging or sun damage. Broken blood vessels or acne. Chronic dry eyes.
When will I see results?
Some may see results in as little as three weeks – but again, the exact time will differ from person to person, depending on various factors. Most people need a series of 3-6 treatments for optimal results.
Does IPL hurt?
You’ve likely heard varying responses to this question, as the answer really depends on your pain threshold. The sensation is generally compared to that of an elastic band flick – but the best IPL devices out there work so quickly, you’ll barely have time to register it.