Intense Pulse Light (IPL) technology is an innovative technology based on the principle of selective photothemolysis and photochemical effects. This broad band radiation reacts with the skin tissues for skin rejuvenation, hair removal and and the treatment of pigmentation without damaging the skin.
FDA, CE, CFDA are approved for its quality.
- AngeLite’s three layer filtration technology (lamp tube, lamp flow tube and multi-layer coating inhibits UV light so that the transmitted light used for the treatment is in the safe range and has no side-effects on practitioner and patients.
- Flat-top Pulsed Light Technology
- Equalized energy distribution over the entire pulse or pulse sequences.
- More gentle and more comfortable treatment with lower frequencies compared to conventional IPL treatments.
- Adjustable pulse width can be achieved for variety of treatments of photo rejuvenation, benign pigmented lesions and hair reduction.
- Large spot size and higher repetition rate reduces treatment time.
- Less risk of treatment and extended lifetime of device.
- All the hand pieces have been implemented with patented ESP (EASY-SPEED-POWERFUL) technology.
The ESP technology connects all interfaces in a secure way. The automatic recognition of hand pieces and hand piece exchange make the operation and maintenance more convenient and reliable.
- Pyro-electric Contact Cooling (PCC) System makes treatments more comfortable and safer. The PCC System provides patients with comfortable and consistent cooling without burning the epidermis.
- AngeLite’s new cutting edge technology – VSPC (Variable Synchronized Pulse Control) enables more effective and safer clinical result.
Anti-aging skin care, removing wrinkles, skin tightening, hair removal, skin rejuvenation, eyebags, telangiectasia, pore-refinement, spots, acne, & acne scars.
1. The relation between wavelength and the depth of penetration
The depth of penetration of a laser or intense pulsed light in a tissue is proportional to its wavelength of light within a certain range.
The choice of the wavelength of laser or light during treatment should first consider the depth of penetration, and the deeper the lesion, the longer the wavelength of the desired light wave.
2. Relations between wavelength & absorption
Different components in the tissue can be absorbed in the absorption of different wavelengths of light.
The ideal result of the laser treatment is that the target tissue of the lesion has the maximum absorption of the laser radiation when choosing specific therapeutic wavelength , while the surrounding normal tissues have minimal absorption so as to gain minimum heating hurt.