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The unique pressure gradient energy of HPBL® initiates the regrowth and repair mechanisms of the skin's tissue by modulating the tissue matrix to release growth factors and healing properties continuously.

What is HPBL®?

HPBL® is a proprietary technology designed to treat persistent skin disorders. It utilizes a unique spectrum of laser to produce 5 key benefits which are not found in the common laser.

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Growth Factor stimulation for skin proliferation

Anti-microbial efficacy

Metabolic stimulation of cells' ATP

Initiates oxygen release from blood

Stimulates circulation and perfusion of blood from capillary to skin tissues

What Effect does HPBL® have on Skin and Skin Disorder?
What Effect does HPBL® have on Skin and Skin Disorder?

The special pulse gradient is designed with an intent that when the tissue cells absorb the laser, it will expand and contract gently with a specific thermal relaxation time, creating a unique internal shock in its highly aligned fibre between the damaged tissue of epidermis and dermis.

First Effect

In damaged tissue, these cells are non-functioning and so they do not produce the chemistry needed to release the growth factors. The parallel isotropical waves of HPBL on the absorption site forces the fibres to be highly aligned, modulating the matrix enough to literally shake these growth factors loose with its absorption of activation energy. As it does, the growth factors seep in the tissue and initialize the regrowth and repair mechanisms that would have otherwise not occurred.

Second Effect

The second benefit of this unique pressure gradient energy works like a topical antibiotic on damaged skin with its anti-microbial and anti-biofilm efficacy. Microbial and biofilm are the largest known cause of repeated and persistent skin disorder.

Third Effect

The third benefit is a combination of effect when HPBL interacts with the capillary found in the matrix structure of the epidermis and dermis. At cellular level, it interacts with the mitochondria of cells to enhance the metabolic stimulation of cells' ATP and stimulating capillary perfusion of blood into tissue with an increased amount of localized oxygen. This trilogy effect in the capillary forms the foundation of body healing at cellular level.


When HPBL comes in contact with your affected skin areas, skin-healing energy waves propagate throughout the contact area, releasing growth factors and healing properties continuously. In-vitro trials have proven a high rate of skin repair and improvement of skin health even on the most severe and persistent skin disorder.


HPBL® capitalizes on regenerative therapy to medically treat skin disorders via improving the health and cell immunology of the epidermis and dermis layers of the skin. In comparison, common aesthetic lasers such as the Q-switched Nd:YAG Laser have short pulses which produce photo-acoustic waves, which are of insufficient intensity to therapeutically treat skin disorders.

How is HPBL® different from the common aesthetic laser?
Common Laser
Has therapeutic healing and repair properties for skin disorders
For aesthetic purposes to beautify the skin
Gentle, non-invasive and non-ablative to the skin surface
Invasive and ablative to the skin surface
35-38°C, similar to human body temperature
Unbearable burning sensation
No downtime
With downtime
HPBL® Treatment Process

Simple and comfortable just like a soothing facial

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Treatment Schedule of HPBL®

The frequency and duration of treatment depend on the patient’s history and severity of their skin condition. Sessions usually begin at a frequency of once a week, and gradually space out over time to a maintenance period of once a month. The improvement of skin inflammation is often seen after the first few sessions of treatment.


Treatment frequency and duration will be advised accordingly by our Skin Health Consultant during the Behavioral Science consultation. 


*Disclaimer: Results may vary from one individual to the other.

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