Estetica offers its clients the highest quality, experience and safety in capillary reduction, reducing discoloration and skin photorejuvenation by IPL, and has been awarded the Certificate of Quality and Safety, as an authorized partner.
The IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) method was created in 2000 by a Californian dermatologist, Dr. Patric H. Bitter Jr. We have also added the latest IPL Lumenis M22 system to our offer. The IPL Lumenis M22 uses OPT technology (optimal pulse technology). Its patented sapphire tip improves the treatment’s safety and reduces the unpleasant sensations it might give without compromising its highest efficiency.
The IPL device, unlike lasers, produces a beam of light waves of different length, which is absorbed by the chromophores in the tissues and transformed into heat. The substances that absorb specific wavelengths (chromophores) include, for example, hemoglobin and melanin. As a result, only the tissues that contain specific chromophores are damaged.
To obtain a satisfactory effect, repeating the treatment 3-5 times at intervals of 3–6 weeks is usually recommended. The final number of treatment sessions depends on the skin’s reaction and its individual regenerative abilities.
The IPL photorejuvenation treatment comprehensively eliminates all symptoms of skin aging, vascular changes (dilated capillaries, spider veins, hemangiomas, rosacea, tendency to erythema) and all kinds of pigmentation alterations (discoloration, freckles, age spots and sun spots).
The skin may be red and swollen immediately after the treatment. Feel warm and a burning sensation are normal. The skin may remain tender for several hours to several days.
The IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) method was created in 2000 by a Californian dermatologist, Dr. Patric H. Bitter Jr. We also have the latest IPL Lumenis M22 system in our offer. This system uses OPT technology (optimal pulse technology), which ensures greater safety of the procedure and reduces unpleasant sensations while maintaining high effectiveness.