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Side effects of intense pulsed light treatments

Dr. Vi Sharma has worked in the field of cosmetic surgery

He has a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University; and former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice.

Side effects of intense pulsed light treatments

As with most laser skin treatments, IPL has a few side effects which fade off after a while. One of the side effects is bruising, which affects a low percentage of people and could take about two weeks to heal fully. This could be less depending on your level of maintenance. The skin pigment may also absorb too much light energy, which may, in turn, result in blistering or the pigment cells may get so damaged that they leave behind skin patches.

Immediately after your IPL treatment, your skin may feel a little sore and turn pink. You could also experience swelling, peeling, or redness of your skin over a few days after your treatment. Other side effects to look out for are crusting, which go after ten days and darker spots for a few days if your IPL treatment is for age spots and freckles.

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a revolutionary treatment technique in the world of laser treatments. With its track record of impressive results, you can benefit from the effectiveness of IPL to get rid of unwanted hair, treat hyperpigmentation, get rid of acne scars, and generally make your skin look as fabulous as you desire.

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About Dr Vi

Dr Vi Sharma is a renowned and highly trained cosmetic surgeon in Melbourne, practising cosmetic surgery since 2012. He has a worldwide loyal patient base. He has a bachelor of medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery from Monash University. Dr Vi Sharma is a former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice. Along with treating patients, he also provides training for doctors and nurses regarding aesthetic and cosmetic treatment modalities.

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