I don't have fat loss at this moment but I am so worried because of all the posts I have read about this! I had one session 7 weeks ago and the second one 2 weeks ago. I will never do this again! So nervous!! My skin looks fine right now. I am thinking that I might have a scar on my nose because I see a faint line on it but I am not sure if it will go away. Can someone explain to me, is fat loss likely to happen to me?
Why Are So Many Complaining of Fat Loss with IPL? I Had 2 Sessions and I Am So Scared !
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Fat loss and IPL
IPL is a light-based therapy. It does not have the ability to affect fat. It is only a surface treatment. For people who are posting about fat loss from IPL, they must have been treated with something other than just IPL. I have done over 110,000 IPL FotoFacial treatments in my office. No one has had fat loss from them.
IPL does not cause Fat Loss
IPL does not penetrate deep enough or even targets the fat cells in our skin. It only targets pigment ( like dark spots or red spots). Having personally performed over 1000 IPL treatments, I don't have a single patient with that issue. What you are reading is incorrect and most likely another laser was used but sold as IPL. You should speak to your physician about this concern as well and finish your treatment. There are a lot of shady practices out there and that is why it's important to trust your face and skin to a board certified expert. Best, Dr.Avaliani
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