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  IPL, also known as Photo Rejuvenation, is a non-invasive, non-abrasive treatment that uses selected wavelengths and light pulses to stimulate collagen production, increase moisture and improve circulation in the skin. When collagen is increased, signs of aging such as fine lines and large pores are reduced. It provides multiple wavelengths composing white light (not laser light) that remove sunlight induced freckles, most benign brown pigments like sun spots, uneven skin tone, rough skin texture, acne/scarring and other common skin conditions, and broken vessels. Also, it is effective for long-term hair removal. IPL can be performed over a lunchtime visit without any subsequent down time. It takes approximately 3 to 4 treatments, scheduled 3 weeks apart, to get the desired effect. In short, in terms of superficial problems, it works great,
IPL can allow practitioners to deliver the right amount of energy to each blood vessel and without causing much risk to the skin. How the treatment works is light energy is delivered through a special hand-piece, with filters, to the specific vessel. Light is then delivered in a series of short and/or long pulses. This light energy is then absorbed by the blood vessels, so the heat caused by the light induces a clogging of the blood vessel and eventually shuts down that.
Superficial pigment responds easily to IPL, whereas deep pigment such as melasma may require combining with other methods.