Intense Pulse Light and Laser Treatment works within the deepest dermal layers, treating imperfections by activating natural collagen and elastin production. By targeting the active cells (fibroblasts), overall texture and complexion is dramatically improved.
IPL / Laser effectively treats pigmentation, reducing the appearance of freckles, dark spots and facial redness.
Aging skin + age spots
Appearance of facial scars
Pigmentation (sun damage/hormonal)
Rosacea + redness
IPL / Laser Treatment works within the deepest dermal layers, treating imperfections by activating natural collagen and elastin production. By targeting the active cells (fibroblasts) with wavelengths of light, overall texture and complexion can be dramatically improved by breaking down and repairing melanin skin damage, such as pigmentation and rosacea.
IPL Skin Therapy can also be a treatment to consider before committing to cosmetic injectables for skin rejuvenation.
We would typically recommend 4 to 6 treatments; however, this will depend on which condition you are targeting. These treatments are ideally spaced at 4-week intervals. The results from this therapy will develop within the 2-4 weeks post treatment. Results will become more and more noticeable with each additional treatment.
Your Skin and Laser technician will be able to advise you on the best course of action for optimal results.
There is little pain involved in this treatment, however you may notice a sensation similar to the flicking of a rubber band against the skin.
There is no downtime required and you will be able to resume normal activity immediately after treatment. We do recommend for 24 hours you avoid strenuous exercise, direct exposure to sunlight or UV light and rubbing the treated area.
Your skin may appear slightly pink and glowing after treatment, yet this will not last. Your Dermal Therapist will apply post-treatment skin care and recommend you continue to apply an SPF 30+ sunscreen daily after treatment, even if you are not planning on exposing your skin to the sun.