Infrared light penetrates to the inner layers of the skin at about 2 to 7 centimeters deep. Hence, it reaches the muscles, nerves and even the bones. Many studies have shown that a frequency of infrared light, with wavelengths from 650 to 1,000 nanometers, is best used for healing inflammatory conditions such as muscle and join pains.
IPL is considered safe to use, providing the device is from a reliable, trusted brand and instructions are followed as advised. Occasionally, some people may experience side effects such as redness, discomfort, and very rarely blisters or burns. If any irritation occurs, please consult a medical professional.
OVERVIEW A lot of people want laser hair removal to reduce hair and its growth. It’s used for areas on the face, legs, underarms, and bikini zone. The American Academy for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery says over a million people had the procedure done in 2016. But should pregnant women have laser hair removal? The short answer, according to many doctors, is no. Here’s why it’s less likely to work while you’re pregnant and when investing the time
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Finally after so many years of shaving and plucking, I am now ready to try the IPL laser hair removal. Many of you might ask how does it work, is it painful and expensive? We asked a NYC dermatologist, Dr. Shah to set us straight.