imagen principal de IPL

IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light, is a treatment technology used in aesthetic medicine and dermatology to address various skin concerns. Unlike a laser, which emits coherent light of a single wavelength, IPL emits light at multiple wavelengths, making it versatile and effective for a variety of applications.

How does the IPL work?

During IPL treatment, intense pulsed light is directed to the deeper layers of the skin, where it is It absorbs energy through specific pigments or chromophores. This may include melanin in the case of pigmented lesions or hemoglobin in the case of vascular lesions. The absorbed energy is converted to heat, which selectively destroys or damages the target without damaging surrounding tissue.

It is crucial that IPL treatment be performed by trained professionals to ensure safety. and the effectiveness of the procedure. Additionally, several sessions are usually required to obtain optimal results, and the experience may vary depending on skin type and condition treated.

What is it for:


1 session every 21 days


2 a year
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