Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

IPL stands for intense pulsed light. It offers numerous advantages and can be utilized in a variety of ways.

It is most typically used to eliminate hair and spider veins, but it can also be used to improve skin texture and pigmentation, minimize acne, and even remove certain signs of sun damage.

A handheld flashgun is used to pass a spectrum of light across the skin, targeting the melanin. Light passes through the epidermis until it reaches the hair bulb or root.

 

The maximum concentration of melanin can be found here. The bulb and the hair are heated when the light is absorbed, killing the papilla that creates the hair.

  • Hair reduction and removal
  • Poor skin texture and tone
  • Brown and red skin discoloration
  • Noticeable facial veins
  • Reduction of red acne scars
  • Reduction of fine lines
  • Treatment of rosacea (flushing and redness)
  • Photoaging

Treatments last anywhere from 15 to 60 minutes, depending on the area being treated. For instance, bikini lines require roughly 15 minutes and legs 45 minutes.

This is largely dependent on the individual and the area of hair removal. The majority of people require four sessions to eliminate the most hair in the chosen area. However, some people may require up to ten sessions for more troublesome areas.

 

IPL only works on active follicles as the treatment targets hair follicles. As a result, more hair follicles tend to emerge at a later date, making it unlikely to become completely hair-free.

 

However, it is common for treatment recipients to have 90 percent less hair, with any remaining hair returning at a slower rate.

IPL works by employing dispersed light at a specific wavelength to target melanin (pigmented areas) and haemoglobin (blood vessels), which can help to reduce pigmentation and kill the bacteria that cause acne, P.acnes.

IPL causes a slight thermal injury to your skin's collagen. The body reacts quickly by repairing the damage and increasing the amount of collagen it makes naturally. The new collagen then aids in the smoothing out of wrinkles. The use of infrared light makes the healing process faster.

A little pinging on the skin with an elastic band is a popular description of the pain you will experience when undergoing IPL treatment. It has also been described as giving people a warm or pinging sensation.

 

The first treatment is usually the most painful, and as the treatment progresses, the less hair there is, the less painful it becomes.

Many factors come into play. The result is determined by the area of hair removal, as well as the thickness and colour of the hair.

 

Hair will shrink throughout the procedure. The hair will then begin to shed over the next week or two. Many people notice speedier results at the armpits than at the bikini line or legs.

 

When the hair tries to regrow, the results will be highly visible. However, they will be patchy, and many locations will only be nearly hair-free after multiple sessions.

IPL has been used for more than two decades, and no studies have found it to be harmful. IPL does not use UVA or UVB light rays, which have been linked to an increased risk of skin cancer. Because IPL does not use ultraviolet light, it does not harm DNA cells.

Despite what others may tell you, IPL, like any treatment, can never be completely safe. IPL treatment carries a tiny risk of burning (akin to sunburn) and allergic reaction, which can cause excessive pigmentation, loss of pigmentation, blistering, and scarring in rare situations.

 

To reduce the risk of IPL, therapists will perform a patch test starting from low, safe levels and gradually increasing until the desired point is reached without causing any unnecessary skin harm.

 

After IPL is performed, side effects can still occur, which is why the patch test should be limited and be carried out in a less visible location. Next, wait 24 hours to 14 days before the next session starts again.

A single treatment takes approximately 30-45 minutes, and is carried out by applying cold (sub-zero) temperatures to the fat layers through the skin to break down the unwanted fat cells.

Cryo Slimming will greatly enhance body confidence for both men and women by removing those pockets of fat that just won’t budge and contouring/ shaping the body without undergoing surgical trauma.

Cryotherapy and fat freezing are non-invasive medical therapies that use low temperatures to reduce blood flow to a particular region of the body.

 

This procedure significantly reduces inflammation and swelling that causes pain, especially around tendons or joints. Cryotherapy is also used to destroy damaged tissue, including cancer cells.

Cryotherapy and fat freezing aim to subject the whole body or a localised area to extreme cold temperatures to freeze and destroy malignant body tissue. Liquid nitrogen, liquid nitrous oxide, or argon gas is used to create this low temperature.

It is advised that you contact a doctor to receive instructions regarding preparations before fat freezing.

Fat Freezing is performed using various technologies, cryo slimming targets and freezes fat cells, after which they undergo apoptosis, a natural degradation process.

The results of fat freezing do not manifest rapidly. Unlike liposuction, it takes some time before one can begin to see fat freezing working.

 

Because the fat elimination process is done naturally and non-invasively, it can take 12 to 16 weeks after treatment to see results.

Fat Freezing targets to remove unwanted fat from different parts of the body. They include:

  • Under the jawline
  • The waist and midsection
  • Inner and outer thighs
  • Buttocks

For a single treatment area, fat freezing can take up to 30 minutes to perform. Multiple areas can be treated in one session, and none of the sessions should take more than an hour.

There is nothing to worry about in terms of the safety of this procedure. Because it does not require an invasive process or any downtime, Fat Freezing is highly comfortable. Only a few harmless side effects such as numbing, swelling, bruising, and tingling of the treated area may be experienced.

The results last as long as possible. To maintain the results, the candidate has to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Junk foods should be eschewed, and exercise should be regularly done. If the recipient does so, the fat cells will not return, and the results of fat freezing will continue.

Because fat freezing is a non-invasive procedure, and it does not damage the skin or lead to a lethal effect, it is widely approved around the world. Many countries’ health sectors are beginning to administer this procedure to prospective candidates that need it.

No. At home, you cannot freeze your fat.

 

The cavitation and cryolipolysis procedures use soundwaves at a certain frequency to convert fat into a liquid that can be absorbed by the body. It is just not feasible to attain the necessary frequencies through home therapy.

The commencement of forceful suction and severe cold causes some moderate, transitory pain. You could feel tugging, minor pinching, tingling, stinging, or cramping. However, when the temperature drops, a numbing effect occurs, and most users sit comfortably throughout treatment, reading, watching television, or even dozing.

Once you reach adulthood, the overall number of fat cells in your body remains constant.

 

As you gain or lose weight, the size of these cells changes, but the number of cells remains constant. Cryo slimming permanently eliminates fat cells in the treated region by destroying them.

Anyone interested in fat freezing must be in good health, have a normal renal function, and have no medical history of neurological or orthopaedic disorders.

 

Users with cold-induced disorders such as cryoglobulinemia, cold urticaria, and paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria should also avoid this procedure.

 

Fat freezing should be avoided on skin surfaces that have dermatitis, varicose veins, or other diseases.

The key difference between cryotherapy and a stomach tuck is that cryotherapy is a nonsurgical treatment, whereas a tummy tuck is a surgical procedure. A tummy tuck, also known medically as abdominoplasty, is a procedure that removes extra fat and skin from the abdomen.