ST-691 IPL System;
A Comprehensive Light Treatment.
What is IPL?
IPL is the abbreviation of Intense Pulsed Light. Unlike laser devices, IPL emits polychromatic, noncoherent, and noncollimated light whose wavelengths ranging from 420nm to 1,200 nm. IPL treatments are non-ablative, with no downtime, less side effects, and proved effective for the generation of new collagen. IPL applies the selective photothermolysis theory, which treats different dermal problems with lights of different wavelengths. By using different cutoff filters, treatments are performed more effectively and precisely.
IPL treatments are non-ablative, with no downtime, less side effects, and effective for the generation of new collagen. Derived from the selective photothermolysis theory, IPL utilizes lights of different wavelengths to deal with multiple skin problems.
Multiple Filters and Dual Handpieces Available
Smedtrum ST-691 IPL System offers handpieces of 2 spot sizes: 15mm*50mm and 12mm*35mm. The cutoff filters are interchangeable to deal with different skin issues more precisely.