IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light, is a new technique that treats various skin conditions, including sun spots, wrinkles, pigmentation issues, stubborn redness, acne scars and large pores. There have been many treatments that could be used to treat the above conditions, including microdermabrasion, chemical peels and laser resurfacing.
However, IPL is the most recent and successful treatment. It is not damaging to the skin and is therefore more effective than the other options. IPL is also known as Photorejuvenation. The B.A.R.E. provide the best Intense Pulsed Light treatment, according to your budget.
IPL uses high-intensity pulses of broadband light that are delivered via the IPL handpiece. IPL is a superior treatment because it does not cause any damage to the skin's surface. The intense light is only used to treat the deeper layers of the skin. It leaves the surface of the skin unaffected. There are many IPL versions.
IPL is painless and causes no skin damage. Each treatment takes between 30-45 minutes. Laser or radiofrequency resurfacing, however, require the use of topical anesthetics.
It can cause minimal damage to the skin's surface. IPL may require multiple treatments to achieve optimal results. Usually, IPL should be used 4-6 times. Space each treatment 3 weeks apart. IPL is great for people who are able to continue their daily social lives, even though they may need multiple treatments.