How much do you know about IPL

How much do you know about IPL

About the principle of the IPL, IPL refers to intense pulsed light, the hand-held flashgun(Xenon lamps) can produce an intense, visible, broad-spectrum pulse of light with spectral range of 400 to 1200 nm. When used with interchangeable cutoff filters, it can be used against several conditions. Cooling is used to protect the skin in contact with the device. IPL devices should only be used on light to medium skin tones, and work best on darker hair.

   The effects: 1. IPL can penetrate the skin without damage and be selectively absorbed by the pigment group and the hemoglobin in the blood vessels in the tissue. Under the premise of not destroying the normal tissue cells, the dilated blood vessels, pigment groups, pigment cells, etc. are being expanded. Destruction and decomposition to achieve the effect of removing whitening and red blood.

2. IPL can penetrate the skin, reach the root of the hair follicles with deep skin, and destroy the hair center of the hair, so as to achieve the role of skin hair removal.

3. IPL acts on skin tissue to produce photos thermal and photochemical effects, prompting new and re -arrangement of collagen fibers and elastic fibers, restore the face skin to elasticity, wrinkles eliminate or reduce, and pores are reduced. As a result, skin anti -aging and youthy skin. 4. IPL can effectively act on the sebaceous glands of the skin, regulate and inhibit sebaceous glands, and improve oily skin.

  There are something need to pay know: 1.Only professional personnel with appropriate training may operate this device. Unauthorized use or abuse in the hands of a novice may cause thermal injury to oneself or others and may cause irreparable damage to the unit. 2. Comprehensive consultation for specific conditions of clients must be carrying out prior to treatment. 3. Back to stand by status when the treatment finished. 4. All the personnel must avoid directly eye contact with laser beam under any circumstance

Post time: Nov-30-2022