About DPL Skin rejuvenation



Skin rejuvenation is the main focus of all women's beauty and skin care journey, from the macroscopic point of view, skin rejuvenation mainly refers to the rejuvenation and enhancement of the skin on the face. Microscopically speaking, it is to stimulate the collagen fibers in the dermis, collagen proliferation and accelerate its metabolism. The means is to stimulate the fibroblasts located in the dermis to divide and proliferate, accelerating their ability to synthesize collagen fibers. This is precisely where DPL exact rejuvenation is of greater use.
Ordinary skin care products can only work on the surface of the skin, that is, our epidermis, but hardly on the dermis. DPL can not only penetrate to the deeper layers of the skin, but also show the effect quickly, layer by layer, to clear and whiten the skin.


What is DPL?

Dye Pulsed Light (DPL) refers to a new type of optical skin rejuvenation technology. Unlike traditional photo rejuvenation technology (IPL, intense pulsed light), narrow-spectrum light technology can excite selected narrow-spectrum pulsed light in the 100 nm band, a band that contains both melanin and oxygen and hemoglobin absorption peaks, allowing for a precise concentration of effective treatment energy that can quickly and effectively address facial hyperpigmentation and capillary dilation (red face).
DPL narrow-spectrum photo rejuvenation can produce both photo thermal and photochemical effects to rearrange deep collagen and elastic fibers and restore skin elasticity, while enhancing the function of vascular tissues and improving circulation, resulting in smooth, delicate and elastic skin. DPL narrow-spectrum photo rejuvenation is known as an epoch-making optical beauty rejuvenation technology because its efficacy is significantly better than photo rejuvenation and the treatment period is shortened.


DPL skin rejuvenation treatment scope.
1. Skin rejuvenation: shrink pores, remove wrinkles and brighten skin tone
2. red blood: congenital red blood, red blood after peeling, red face (facial flushing), acne red marks, rosacea, etc.
3. Spot removal: freckles, chloasma, sun spots, age spots, pigmentation, etc.
4. Hair removal: skin care

DPL skin rejuvenation advantages.
1 shorter treatment course for pigmented diseases, more obvious immediate response
2 Do light spots have the advantage of high selectivity to provide efficacy
3 There will be further lightening for cases that have used phototherapy with no subsequent change
4. No effect on skin function, it is clinically found that using DPL exact skin rejuvenation can avoid the side effects of previous traditional treatment methods on skin and will not produce adverse reactions.
5. DPL exact skin rejuvenation is effective, generally after one treatment, it can achieve the effect of 3-4 treatments of ordinary photo rejuvenation treatment.


Who is suitable for photo rejuvenation treatment?

In general, the following four groups of people are suitable for photo rejuvenation treatments.

●The first group of people: people who have spots on their face, whether they are sun spots or freckles, which usually give you a feeling of "dirty face" and cannot be covered up even though they often use powder. These people are more suitable for photo rejuvenation treatment.

●The second group of people: the face is starting to appear sagging, fine wrinkles and age-related skin changes. This group of people is also more suitable for photo rejuvenation treatment.

●The third group of people: people who want to change the texture of their skin, want to have better skin elasticity, smoother skin, and improve skin dullness.

●The fourth group of people: facial skin roughness, enlarged pores, acne marks, and facial capillary dilation. This group of people can choose photo rejuvenation treatment.

Usually, the first three groups of people have more obvious treatment effects, while the fourth group has relatively poorer treatment effects. In addition, like other cosmetic treatments, the better your skin condition is, the better the treatment effect will be. If your skin condition is not ideal, photo rejuvenation treatment will have a good performance, but in general, it will be worse.

Who are not suitable for photo rejuvenation treatment or should be treated with caution?

In general, photo rejuvenation treatment is very safe and there are few contraindications, but the following patients should be treated with the minimum necessary attention.

Photosensitive individuals and patients with recent application of photosensitizing medications. Such individuals are sensitive to light and are prone to skin damage after treatment.

Pregnant women. Because there are varying degrees of pain associated with the treatment, potential effects on fetal development cannot theoretically be completely ruled out.

Systemic use of retinoic acid (at least 2 months after cessation of use before treatment). Such patients may have a potential temporary weakening of the skin repair function.

Treatment of melasma patients should be done with caution, in most cases photo rejuvenation does not solve the melasma treatment problem, but on the contrary sometimes makes the situation worse. Patients who have unrealistic expectations of treatment results.





The pulsed light used in "photo rejuvenation" is a kind of visible light, which is a non-ablative cosmetic method that works on the target location and does not damage normal skin tissues, making it a relatively safe cosmetic item among many medical aesthetic items. It can be used for normal skin care afterwards and does not affect daily life. However, if the treatment plan developed and the skin type do not match, or the operation is not standardized, it may cause some side effects.


Facial flushing

There will be some redness in the skin after the procedure, especially in problem areas. However, it is usually not a big problem and will disappear quickly with good moisturizing and sun protection.


Crusting and blistering

If there is too much local exposure and the skin absorbs more energy than it can handle, local crusting and blistering of the skin will occur. Professional and regular doctors usually do not make such mistakes.



In the process of "photo rejuvenation", if the parameters of the pulsed light do not match the skin type, it will stimulate melanin growth in the normal skin tissue, resulting in pigmentation and darkening of the skin. If you do not take care of your skin after photo rejuvenation, and you do not have strict sun protection, it will also lead to pigmentation and darkening of the skin.



In summary, photo rejuvenation is a gentle, non-invasive skin rejuvenation technique that is an entry-level medical aesthetic procedure. It is generally safe, effective for many symptoms and generally effective for serious skin problems. It is difficult for most consumers to achieve the desired results at one time and requires 3-5 consecutive sessions, usually once a month
















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