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IPL burns from "Top London Spa"

IPL burns from "Top London Spa"

Written by on November 25, 2008 in in the news, IPL with 2 Comments

 The Independent newspaper in the UK has an article today in their Health & Wellbeing section detailing (seemingly) a reporter who was badly burned by an IPL treatment. The photos show large uneven red welts on her chest and areas of redness on her face also. The initial treatment was carried out by a technician […]

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You may have noticed that your face flushes when you enter a warm room, but have you ever thought about how that process actually works ? Well, a nicely written article just released on the web goes into detail about how your body responds when you go from a cold room to a warm room. […]

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From: Lucy Noland offers tip for others to avoid the same pain. 11 News anchor Lucy Noland wanted to share her personal experience so that others can avoid getting burned. A few weeks ago, I went in to get some freckles removed. The result? I was left burned so badly that I couldn’t work for […]

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This paper is good news for both those undergoing IPL treatments and those interested in Light Emitting Diode (LED) therapy as a anti-redness treatment. Patients treated immediately after IPL with a LED device showed that their post-treatment redness subsided faster compared to not also being treated with LED. Use of light-emitting diode photomodulation to reduce […]

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This 2007 paper confirms another study which was published in the same journal in 2003, titled Objective and Quantitative Improvement of Rosacea-Associated Erythema After Intense Pulsed Light Treatment. The 2003 paper had the bold conclusion “As demonstrated by truly objective and quantitative means, intense pulsed light is effective for reducing rosacea-associated blood flow, telangiectasia, and erythema.“. A […]

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