IPL therapy is a great way to treat redness and redness caused by rosacea. Over a period of 3 to 4 weeks, the vessels are resorbed and facial redness decreases. Patients with rosacea who are expected to achieve better results with laser therapy are those with telangiectasia. Rosacea can be effectively treated with intense pulsed light (IPL).
IPL uses controlled light at specific wavelengths to relieve inflammation, redness, pimples, and uneven skin tones caused by the condition. IPL offers a gentle and long-lasting solution for rosacea sufferers by providing a gradual and natural improvement in the appearance of the skin. IPL is a very effective treatment for rosacea. You should notice improvement only a few days after the first treatment, but optimal results will be seen with 3 to 6 treatments scheduled about 1 month apart.
An IPL photofacial uses several wavelengths of light energy, similar to a camera flash, resulting in a deeper and more meaningful skin rejuvenation treatment. Spot Check Clinic uses broadband light (BBL), a relatively new form of IPL that enables rapid treatments without downtime. These may vary depending on skin type, treatment area, type of treatment, and depth of penetration. After each treatment and between treatments, it is essential to protect your skin from the sun; wear a wide zinc base SPF50 and a hat or cap.
Five hundred and eight sites were treated, with an average of 4.1 treatments per site and an IPL spectrum ranging from 515 to 1200 nm with different pulse durations between 4.3 and 6.5 milliseconds. All photos show patients before and after treatment with BBL (broadband light), the form of IPL used at Spot Check Clinic.