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Are IPL devices safe?
IPL-based technology is generally considered a safe procedure as potentially harmful ultraviolet radiation is typically filtered by blocking wavelengths below 500 nm, although there are unwanted effects associated with the treatment
The spectrum of Intense Pulsed Light Therapy Device is continuous which contains wide
wavelength ranges. Its selective light filtering scope is 690/560/420-1200nm. Ascertainable
effects on skin include heat, machine, electromagnetism, photochemistry, and physical
stimulation. The working principle of IPL lies in treating benign lesion of skin pigmentation,
vascular disease and hirsutism with IPL’s photothermal effects. Treating results are
realized through different target skin cells’ (including melanin, hemoglobin, collagen, and
water) absorbing ability for photothermy.
The combination of short pulse width, low energy density and cooling system guarantee
effective treating results without injuring normal tissues.
Based on principle of selective photothermy, i.e. intense pulsed light with wavelength of
690/560/420 ~ 1200nm, which will be penetrated into derma, the abnormal pigment
granules and block mass absorb light and pigments will be resolved. Some resolved
debris will be peeled and remains will be eliminated out of body by phagocyte. After 5-14
days, hyperpigmentation will be lighter and become normal.
Treatment principle of Intense Pulsed Light Therapy Device:
Multi-wavelengths and colorful wide spectrums produced by Intense Pulsed Light
penetrate into epidermis and reaches dermis. Acting on abnormal pigment cells and target
vascular tissue, IPL dissolves abnormal pigments, closes abnormal vessels, and
stimulates regeneration of collagen. Then, elastic fibers will be rearranged and effects of
pigments removal and skin rejuvenation will be achieved. This treatment is targeted,
symptoms pointed and energy sufficient.