Does IPL build collagen?
An IPL rejuvenation treatment can help build and stimulate the production of collagen in the skin.
IPL stands for intense pulsed low-density light, which is used to renew the skin in a non-abrasive manner.
The light goes past the epidermis and into the dermis, where the pulsed light energy stimulates the production of new collagen by fibroblasts.
This new collagen smooths and softens the look of wrinkles, pores, and textural imperfections after repeated treatments.
It's also used to treat sun-damaged skin with pigmentation issues, spider veins, and rosacea, all of which absorb light and degrade until they fade away.
IPL increases the development of more collagen while heating your skin. It promotes your body's natural ability to repair all types of damage.
Collagen is created and then goes to work on reducing the effects of UV exposure and other factors that cause your skin to age prematurely.
You will notice a significant improvement in the appearance of your fine lines after IPL.
The IPL beams are drawn to the color of the cells with dark pigmentation when you get an IPL treatment.
They are heated by these wavelengths until they are destroyed.
Following that, your body will naturally eliminate the targeted cells and generate new tissue to replace them.
This article was written by practitioner and skincare specialist Faiy.
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