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The Acne starts when the opening of the hair follicle is blocked. The bacteria that live inside the hair follicle (P. Acne) starts to multiply rapidly as a cause, the body’s immune system tries to fight the bacteria by starting an inflammation. Thus, the acne appears. As long as the bacterial activity continues the inflammation continues and the acne flourishes. The GEM-IPL treatment has been described as the most significant advancement in acne treatment for decades. It is a safe, fast, effective, and FDA approved procedure designed to control existing acne outbreaks and reduce future acne outbreaks.
How Does It Work?
The GEM-PL high intensity broad
spectrum light is absorbed in the photo excitation process and releases sing-let
oxygen, which proves to be fatal to the P. Acne bacteria. This effectively
helps clear inflammation, acne, in a fraction of time.
The Five Different Kinds of Acne:
1.Acne Vulgaris: the most common form of acne; usually affects people from puberty to young adulthood. Clogging of the hair follicles, and affects areas of skin with seborrhea (scaly red skin), comedones (blackheads and whiteheads), papules (pinheads), pustules (pimples), nodules (large papules) and possibly scarring.
2. Acne Conglobata: Is an uncommon and unusual severe form of acne. More comment with males, characterized by pustules and nodules, which often connect under the skin, and might cause a severe bacterial infection, as well as extensive scarring.
3. Acne Cosmetica: Triggered by topical makeup and appears as small pink bumps.
4. Acne Medicamentosa: Caused by sensitivity to drugs and medicines. Medications that trigger acne Medicamentosa most frequently are hormone analogues.
5. Acne Rosacea: It is rather an inflammation of the face, neck or chest, characterized by papules, blushing or flushing of the skin, as well as dilated blood vessels.
During the treatment, you will be asked to put on protective eyewear. A layer of chilled gel is applied to the area to cool the skin and allow the light to more easily penetrate the skin's surface. The machine’s handle is placed against the skin and a short pulse of light is released. The handle is moved to the neighboring area until the entire area has been treated.
A slight warming sensation is normal. No anesthesia is required.
A typical session for acne treatment on the face area, for example, will take between twenty and thirty minutes. Usually, six GM-IPL sessions will result in significant improvements.
After just a few treatments, most clients will notice a dramatic improvement on their skin.