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IPL laser

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What is IPL laser?


Intense pulse light(IPL)  is the abbreviation of the words concentrated light pulse. IPL laser. Unlike other classical lasers, it sends Light in a single wavelength and radiates it to the environment, and its wavelengths vary between 400 and 1200 nanometers.


For what purposes is IPL used?


 IPL device has different  wavelengths and different parameters. According to the problem  IPL can be used in many dermatological diseases and aesthetic cases by adjusting the pulse power, pulse duration and pulse number.


 What are the areas where IPL laser is used the most?


  • skin rejuvenation

  • Acne and acne scar treatment, acne

  • wrinkle treatment

  • Spot treatment, crack treatment

  • Capillary treatment, keloid treatment

  • Epilation

  • Rosacea and some skin diseases, especially in the face area


Since  IPL device is a laser device, it should definitely be applied by dermatologists who have experience in this field.


Will there be a feeling of pain during the IPL procedure?


Since cooling gels are used during the procedure, there is not much pain, the application takes an average of 15 - 30 minutes.



What are the points we should pay attention to after treatment with IPL?


After the IPL application, you should not be exposed to sunlight and solarium for up to a few weeks. If you are going out in the sun, you must use high factor sunscreens.

Take a shower with warm water on average 1-3 days after the treatment.

Avoid procedures that will irritate the skin, peeling and peeling the IPL applied area.

Brief information

Anesthesia: No need. The device has a powerful cooling system .
Inspection and application process: The application takes an average of 15-30 minutes.
Recovery time: Returns to normal life immediately.
Usage process: 
Warning: Protect from the sun for a while, do not be exposed to severe trauma.
No pain.
Result: Successful, you will observe visible changes over time.

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