Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology uses high-energy pulses of light to provide long-lasting improvements to the skin’s appearance. Laser Skin Rejuvenation offers a non-abrasive and noninvasive rejuvenation of your skin. IPL treatments can improve the signs of sun damage: rosacea and brown spots on the face, neck, chest, and hands. It has also been used to reduce the appearance of mild acne scars, dark circles around the eyes, and fine lines around the eyes and mouth. The Ellipse laser minimizes age spots, telangiectasias (veins), diffuse redness, and uneven pigmentation on the face and body without interfering with your normal daily routine.*
Laser Skin Rejuvenation, collagen stimulation, vein therapy, and photoepilation improve skin texture and appearance and remove hair from any area of the body without damaging nearby tissue.* Hair, veins, or pigmented regions on the skin surface selectively absorb the pulses of light, shrinking or fading after treatment; collagen tightens, smoothing the skin. Patients can return to work and all regular activities immediately after the procedure. Skin appearance should improve soon after treatment, but several treatments may be necessary for optimal results.
Dr. Mariano Busso’s Ellipse Laser Skin Rejuvenation treatments offer clinically backed, long-term minimization of pigmented lesions.*
Sometimes called “sun spots,” pigmented Lesions are usually brown or black. They are usually moles. Pigmented lesions vary in size, color or shape. Changes in appearance could be warning signals of developing melanoma.
Ellipse laser treatment directs pulses of light onto the skin’s surface. The visible light produced by the Ellipse systems is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse duration and energy frequency to target cells without damaging surrounding tissue. The light is absorbed by the dark melanin concentrated in the pigmented lesions. Melanin converts this energy into heat which impairs the keratinocatos cells where the melanin is stored.
Laser Skin Rejuvenation
The Ellipse I2PL treatment directs well-controlled pulses of light into the upper skin layer. The Ellipse system is carefully controlled to produce the correct pulse duration and the right amount of energy to target cells without damaging surrounding tissue. The light pulses are absorbed by two of the body’s own natural chemicals: melanin in pigmented areas and hemoglobin in the red blood cells. These pigments convert the light energy into heat that impairs the parts of the cells in which the melanin is stored, and damages the walls of the vessels supplying blood to areas where vascular damage is seen.