Aurora Medical Aesthetics Centre is proud to introduce the ELLIPSE I2PL System.

The ELLIPSE I2PL system is used for the treatment of a wide range of skin conditions, including the removal of unwanted hair and the treatment of sun-damaged skin, acne, vascular and pigmented skin disorders.

What Is IPL?

IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light.

The Ellipse uses short, safe bursts of light emitted from a flash lamp to treat specific skin conditions.

Is IPL Safe?

IPL is a safe procedure to treat various skin conditions.  Clinical trials documenting Ellipse's safety and effectiveness were carried out by leading doctors prior to the release of the product,  The results of these tests have been published in respected medical journals.  These scientific journals on the ELLIPSE may be viewed on ELLIPSE'S website www.ellipse.org.

However, as with any other medical treatment, there are always possible risks and side effects.  It is necessary for your doctor to explain these possible risks and side effects to you in full before your treatment.

Why Is Light Used To Treat Different Skin Conditions?

When a bright beam of light enters the skin, certain natural pigments in the body absorb the light.  When the pigment absorbs the light it converts it into heat.  As the target pigment heats up, it is eventually destroyed.  The skin remains in tact and unharmed as only the pigmented lesions (or hair) are able to absorb light.

What Can Be Treated With The ELLIPSE?

The most common disorders that are treated with the ELLIPSE I2PL include:

  • Permanent Hair Reduction

  • Skin Rejuvenation

  • Sun Damage & Age Spots (Sun Spots)

  • Pigmentation & Uneven Skin Tone

  • Environmental & Sun Damaged Skin

  • Spider Veins, Cherry Angiomas & Broken Capillaries 

  • Acne 

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