IPL

IPL is short for Intense Pulsed Light  and is similar to a laser treatment but better. A laser focuses just one wavelength of light at your skin, while IPL releases light of many different wavelength and is more scattered and less focused than a laser. IPL penetrates

down to the second layer of your skin

(dermis) where this treatment can do

the most good without harming the top

layer (epidermis), so it causes less

damage to your skin. The pigment cells

in your skin absorb the light energy,

which is converted into heat. The heat

destroys the unwanted pigment to clear

up freckles, liver spots (see patient Before

and After pictures here) and other sun

damage. For laser hair removal it  destroys

the hair follicle to prevent the hair from

growing again.

Our Harmony XL laser is a robust, modular

medical aesthetic treatment platform offering

nearly 20 distinct laser, light-based and

ultrasound technologies. This device is

clinically proven in extensive clinical studies

and has over 65 FDA-cleared indications. IPL

is short for Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy

which is a type of light therapy. Our IPL photo facial treatment resurfaces the skin giving a refreshed new  appearance by  removing age spots, sun damage, freckles, birthmarks, varicose veins, rosacea  and wrinkles. For this treatment plan for several days of redness and downtime as your beautiful new skin emerges.

          WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IPL AND PIXEL?

IPL and Pixel Laser are both non-invasive  light-based  procedures that promote a healing process in the skin. Each is designed differently to address different aesthetics goals.  IPL exposes light uniformly and is mostly recommended as a treatment for pigmentation issues of the skin such as  sun spots, age spots, and rosacea .  Pixel Laser, on the other hand, is an ablative  fractionated light,  meaning only a fraction of the skin is exposed to the light. It creates  many tiny punctures or dots in the skin.   It is primarily aimed at resurfacing the skin to remove anomalies on the

skin surface and smooth out acne

scars and minor wrinkles.