Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a technology that emits light of different wavelengths, thus reaching various types of targets such as melanin (hair, freckles and dark spots), blood vessels (micro vessels of the face, neck and lap) and collagen. Therefore, it can be used for various treatments. The light emitted on the skin generates heat, reaches the red color of the vessels and the dark color of the melanin of the hair and spots, eliminating them later, stimulates and reshapes the collagen keeping the skin surface intact.

Its versatility enables wide applications in aesthetics, such as: hypertrophic and acneic scars, rejuvenation, stretch marks, blemishes and hair removal. Each of these indications requires knowledge of photonics, light-tissue interaction or selective photo thermolysis, the physiology of the biological processes involved, etc.


  • Skin Anatomy
  • Blood vessels
  • Dermal Lymphatic
  • Nerves and Sense Organs
  • Interactions of Light in Target Structures
  • Intense Pulsed Light Safety: Legal Issues
  • How to Organize the IPL Treatment Room
  • Patient Selection
  • Hair removal
  • Treatment Strategy
  • Photorejuvenation of the skin
  • Acne
  • Complications
  • Practice


Financing available through the school, please call (781)305-4971 for more information.

All tuition is non-refundable, non-transferable.

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