DPL Dynamic Pulsed Light

DPL is an advanced upgrade of IPL, which acts more precisely than IPL and has a much shorter treatment period.

Stretch Marks/Scars Removal

DPL Dynamic Pulsed Light​

Intense Pulse Light (IPL) is a high-tech aesthetic procedure that uses a specific broad spectrum of colour light that is applied directly to the skin’s surface and penetrates deep into the skin. DPL is an advanced version of IPL and is more precise than IPL with a much shorter treatment cycle. The longer wavelength of the light output can penetrate deeper into the skin to produce photothermal and photochemical effects, which can rearrange and regenerate the collagen and elastic fibres of the skin and restore elasticity, thus achieving a rejuvenating effect.

About stretch marks and C-section scar
What are stretch marks and C-section scar look like?

During pregnancy, the belly gradually increases in size to accommodate the growth of the fetus, and the skin becomes thinner and thinner. The skin is made up of epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue. When a mother’s abdomen is rapidly expanded during pregnancy, the epidermis and dermis generally have enough elasticity to match, but the subcutaneous tissue may not be able to keep up with the speed of skin expansion, and if the collagen fibres contained in the subcutaneous tissue break because they cannot withstand the expansion, the integrity of the skin will be destroyed and stretch marks will appear.

C-section scars are either transverse or straight, depending on the individual’s condition. The wound is usually about 15 cm, white or off-white in colour with a smooth and hard feeling when touching it. About 2-3 weeks after the surgical incision is scarred, the scar will begin to proliferate, become locally red, purple, harden and protrude from the surface skin, and in rare cases will gradually expand and worsen.

Our Treatment
The Priciple of DPL Dynamic Pulsed Light​

The specific broad spectrum of intense light penetrates the skin and is selectively absorbed by pigment clusters and blood vessels in the tissue without destroying the skin, causing vascular coagulation and the destruction and decomposition of pigment clusters and pigment cells, thus treating capillary dilation and pigment spots.

The photothermal and photochemical effects rearrange collagen and elastic fibers, restore elasticity, enhance vascular function, eliminate or reduce facial wrinkles, and reduce pores.

IPL v.s. OPT v.s. DPL

Unlike lasers, Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is characterized by a wide range of action and greater diffusion during radiation. In addition to the traditional IPL, there are also more advanced IPL technologies such as OPT and DPL.

Optimal Pulsed Light (OPL) is an upgraded version of IPL. It is much more effective and safer than traditional IPL, and can truly improve skin quality.

Dynamic Pulsed Light (DPL) is more precise than IPL and has a much shorter treatment cycle. DPL excites selected narrow-spectrum pulsed light in the 100nm band, which contains the peak absorption of melanin, oxygen, and hemoglobin.

Two Features

High Price-Performance Ratio

Solve the problems of stretch marks, wrinkles and red blood cells. Whitening, skin rejuvenation, pore refinement, with instant results and long-lasting effects after the course of treatment.

Fast & Convenient

Short treatment process which fits your busy schedule. The treatment can be performed during lunch break time without affecting work and life balance. 


The following FAQs address contraindicated matters as well as postpartum recovery and precautions that you may encounter after you have enjoyed your session with us. Please contact us if you have additional questions or need further assistance.

  1. Treatment is not recommended if patients are pregnant.
  2. Treatment is not recommended if patients have photothermal allergies, etc.
  3. Do not take laser, dermabrasion, or chemical peeling treatment 1 week prior to treatment.
  4. Avoid sun exposure, sunbathing, hot springs and other activities 1 month prior to treatment.
  1. After surgery, it is important to avoid direct sunlight. Please apply moisturizer and sunscreen externally.
  2. Patients taking oral retinoids should stop taking the medication at least 2 months prior to the treatment.
  3. Please consult your physician before starting the procedure if you have a history of photosensitivity, skin lesions or immune system abnormalities, or if you are taking special medications.

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