IPL Laser treatment explained

What is IPL technology exactly? – IPL or intense pulsed light technology isn't actually a laser treatment, bros. Compared to laser hair removal it uses a spectrum of light with different wavelengths, so it has more unfocused energy around the hair and skin area. IPL uses multi-spectrum lights, meaning IPL energy is scattered.

When it comes to IPL, Spectrum lights are measured as wavelength – nm The nanometre or nanometer (for you yankees) is a unit of length in the metric system, equal to one billionth of a metre (0.000000001 m) the Brozillah Dapperzapper Penetrates (oh yeah) to wavelengths of 470nm to 1200nm which means this spectrum light can penetrate up tto 1200nm deep beneath the skin. nm wavelength light is best attracted to melanin, so it's best application is for hair removal, though it can also be used for tattoo removal and superficial broken capillaries (the red exposed veins that appear on our noses, see the image below) as well

Various filters are commonly used to selectively cut-out unnecessary wavelengths to target specific structures and chromophores (the part of a molecule responsible for its colour). This can be melanin in hair or on the skin in the form of pigmented lesions (Brown or black spots on your skin), or oxyhaemoglobin in blood vessels which appear as broken capillaries, this can be rosacea in severe cases. IPL is an effective treatment for those suffering from rosacea and facial flushing, as well as for hair removal, so in fact the technology has many different purposes apart from making you less monkey like. This is the product you need to do the work, Brozillahs Dapperzapper:



IPL requires six to eight treatments to see a really noticeable result in removal of hair. It can also depend on the person's skin colour, hair colour and also the thickness of the hair.


Before and after IPL treatment for hair removal with Dapperzapper

Before and after IPL treatment for broken capillary treatment with Dapperzapper

Before and after IPL treatment for treatment of Pigmented Leisons with  Dapperzapper




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