IPL Photofacial
IPL Photofacial

IPL Photofacial

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Intense Pulse Light Therapy treats sun damage, redness, acne, hyperpigmentation and more!
$200.00

IPL is an acronym for Intense Pulsed Light. IPL utilizes a flash lamp to deliver light to a targeted area. The light delivered can be filtered so that certain wavelengths are not delivered. IPL allows more energy delivery through a larger spot size.  

How is IPL different than laser?
IPL is polychromatic, meaning it uses a broad spectrum light to deliver energy verses laser which is monochromatic, using one wavelength to deliver energy.  Due to the fact that IPL is polychromatic, it can treat more than one condition at a time (i.e. can treat both pigment and vascularity). Also, IPL can deliver more energy through a larger spot size. Intense Pulsed Light technology is incorporated into a number of Candela devices. On the Nordlys™ platform, Ellipse IPL™ is a distinct patented type of intense pulsed light. On the elos Plus® platform, intense pulsed light is combined with radio frequency. Both are unique ways to deliver optical energy to treat pigment, vascular lesions, or remove hair. 

The elōs Plus® device is a revolutionary step forward for aesthetic medicine. It combines optical (laser or pulsed light) and radio frequency (RF) energies to deliver comfortable treatments.

the elōs Plus device is the only system to provide unique, three-layered skin protection.

  • RF reduces optical energy requirements to moderate skin heating and allow a deeper penetration of heat
  • Active Dermal Monitoring (ADM) immediately signals skin impedance changes
  • Sapphire contact cooling improves patient comfort
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Benefits
  • Both are unique ways to deliver optical energy to treat pigment, vascular lesions, or remove hair.
  • Target three sought-after treatments in a single session.
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What is IPL?

IPL is an acronym for Intense Pulsed Light. IPL utilizes a flash lamp to deliver light to a targeted area. The light delivered can be filtered so that certain wavelengths are not delivered. IPL allows more energy delivery through a larger spot size.

How is IPL different than laser?

IPL is polychromatic, meaning it uses a broad spectrum light to deliver energy verses laser which is monochromatic, using one wavelength to deliver energy. Due to the fact that IPL is polychromatic, it can treat more than one condition at a time (i.e. can treat both pigment and vascularity). Also, IPL can deliver more energy through a larger spot size. Intense Pulsed Light technology is incorporated into a number of Candela devices. On the Nordlys™ platform, Ellipse IPL™ is a distinct patented type of intense pulsed light. On the elos Plus® platform, intense pulsed light is combined with radio frequency. Both are unique ways to deliver optical energy to treat pigment, vascular lesions, or remove hair.

Treatment Type IPL
Treatment Problem or Condition Age Spots/Sun Damage, Facial Veins/Capillaries, Hyperpigmentation/Uneven Skintone, Melasma/Freckles, Rosacea/Redness
Size N/A
Brand Candela
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IPL is an acronym for Intense Pulsed Light. IPL utilizes a flash lamp to deliver light to a targeted area. The light delivered can be filtered so that certain wavelengths are not delivered. IPL allows more energy delivery through a larger spot size.

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