Pulsar Intense Pulsed Light is gentle to your skin (uniform energy release across a wide application area results in considerably reduced risk of skin burn) - laser side effects eliminated cheaper (fewer treatments because of larger area of the application head) versatile (removable light filters)

The Pulsar Intense Pulsed Light application is preceded with a consultation with the dermatologist who decides whether IPL Pulsar is an appropriate treatment for you.The site is treated with cooling jelly first. Then the application head is applied systematicaly all over the treated area.All that is felt by client is a pleasant warmth..

Pulsar Intense Pulsed Light: Fewer treatments (compared to laser)

In order to achieve the desired effects only 1-5 treatments are required (rejuvenization, permanent hair removal).That is usually fewer in comparison to a traditional laser.

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Hair Removal

The Intense Pulsed Light Hair Removal before and after treatment images below were taken by Dr Hugues Cartier, one of the Leading Dermatologist in France and president of the French Dermatological society. Our full appreciation and thanks go to Dr Hugues Cartier.

Pulsar ipl is a revolutionary fourth generation Hair Removal Intense Pulsed Light that has been clinically proven to permanently reduce hair growth.

The procedure quickly and efficiently eliminates hair from all parts of the body and face and is suitable for virtually all hair and skin types, including dark-skinned clients.

Pulsar Intense Pulsed Light uses the energy from a light source, which is taken up by the pigments in the skin, hair and blood vessels. The hair is removed by using the light to generate heat in the melanin in the hair, which is transferred to the hair follicle (root) to destroy it. Unlike electrolysis the Pulsar Intense Pulsed Light treatment is non-invasive with no down-time or after effects and is relatively pain-free with some clients experiencing only a slight tingly sensation.

I was really nervous about getting the treatment as I am not good with pain control. Was amazed as I felt nothing untoward. Can truly recommend this - made me look younger and gave me more confidence. Brought the sparkle back to my eyes and a spring back in my step."
Ms E.M. Aberdeen .

Photo Rejuvenation

Photo Rejuvenation is the process of removing sun damage, stimulating new cell growth and increasing collagen production.Typically the treatment will reduce the skins age by 2 years per session hence 5 sessions can give up to a visual reduction of 10 years in the skins texture and tone. Normally 3-5 treatments are required at 3 weekly intervals. Three weeks is considered the period to achieve peak levels of collagen production following treatment.
Results are accumulative, however, with no down-time or after effects, a customer may wish to have a one off Intense Pulsed Light treatment to freshen their skin for an important event. One whole face can be treated in 30 minutes. Periodic refreshers may be required 6 months after the initial course. Success of the treatment varies according to the individual. However the better the diet and lifestyle of the individual and the greater care they take of their skin, the better the result.

Age spots and hyper pigmentation contains melanin and diffuse redness contains haemoglobin. The light is absorbed by the melanin in the pigmented area & the heat reaction caused breaks down the melanin in the keratinocytes. A photo toxic reaction occurs in the melanin vesicles and the excess melanin turns darker before it comes away from the skin. The light is also absorbed by the superficial blood vessels in the skin. The heat reaction caused coagulates blood vessels, destroys protein in the wall of the vessel and stimulates collagen production. We can treat sun damaged skins.
On average 1-3 treatments at 4 week intervals are needed for the best results. Top up treatments may be needed in the future to maintain these results.

 Age Spots Treatment

Age spots & Freckles

Inconsistency in melanocytes will give patches of pigmentation that are darker to the ambient skin. These patches of pigment can be treated without affecting the ambient skin colour. The light is absorbed in to these patches and the melanocytes are caused to shatter, they break up and dissipate over a period of time.