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LHE™ IPL Skin Photo-Rejuvenation for sun spots, age spots, skin tightening, wrinkles and more...
LHE™ IPL Skin Photo-Rejuvenation
Patented LHE™ IPL Technology.
LHE™ stands for the Light (Intense Pulsed Light or IPL) and Heat Energy combined in one effective treatment.
To reverse sun damage and remove age and sun spots LHE™ IPL sends out an ultra-safe Light Energy of specific wave length that is absorbed by the pigment in the lesion. This raises the heat inside the pigmented spot thereby damaging it. The lesion then simply dries up and scabs and within a few days drops off clearing the skin. For the deeper located pigmented lesions the destroyed pigmentation is absorbed by the skin gradually with progressive fading over some time.
As an anti-wrinkle and skin tightening treatment LHE™ IPL (Intense Pulsed Light and Heat Energy combined) utilizes the Heat Energy which initiates a natural healing process that causes the rebuilding of a new collagen in the skin with smoother texture and visibly reduced fine lines and wrinkles.
How LHE™ IPL Can Benefit You?
Lege Artis Clinic - LHE IPL Photo-Rejuvenation Treatment Results
Results after 3 LHE™ IPL Skin Photo-Rejuvenation sessions. Note reduction of pigmented spots, wrinkles, improved skin texture, skin tightening.
IPL Photo-Rejuvenation FAQ
What is IPL Photo-Rejuvenation?
Photo-Rejuvenation is an innovative technology that uses intense pulsed light and heat energy (LHE™) to fade or eliminate
How does LHE™ IPL reduce the signs of photo-damage?
LHE™ Photo-rejuvenation selectively targets abnormal changes that develop with age. Photo-rejuvenation results in the formation of new collagen in the dermis and the elimination of spots and lesions, giving the skin a smoother texture and a younger look. The results are gradual and cumulative. As a result of a series of treatments the clients frequently continue to observe further skin quality improvement for as long as 5-6 months after they finish their last session.
How many treatments are required?
The number of treatments necessary depends on the skin condition, on the degree of the photo-damage as well as on the individual skin response. Generally 3 to 6 sessions are recommended.