Case histories of intense pulsed light phototherapy in dermatology - the HPPL™ and IFL™ technologies

  • Alessandro Martella Former Senior Consultant in Dermatology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Medical School, Tiggiano (LE), Italy.
  • Mauro Raichi | mraichi@gmail.com Clinical Pharmacology and Biophysics Consultant, Milan, Italy.

Abstract

The intense pulsed light (IPL) and laser technologies are widely used for skin rejuvenation and for treating several dermatological disorders such as skin dyschromia and acne, and for non-ablative dermal remodeling of rhytides and hypertrophic scars. Technological evolution is rapid. The High Power Pulsed Light™ [HPPL™] and Incoherent Fast Light™ technologies [IFL™, Novavision Group S.p.A., 20826 Misinto (MB), Italy] are recent innovations in the field of IPL technologies; IFL™ is a further evolution of the already advanced HPPL™ system. The paper presents a selection of case histories of dermatological lesions treated with the HPPL™ and IFL™ technologies. All study materials were appropriately peer-reviewed for ethical problems.

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2017-06-13
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Photorejuvenation, photoaging, intense pulsed light, dermal remodeling.
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Martella, A., & Raichi, M. (2017). Case histories of intense pulsed light phototherapy in dermatology - the HPPL™ and IFL™ technologies. Dermatology Reports, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.4081/dr.2017.7118