IPL Photofacial Rejuvenation

Woman smilingIPL Rejuvenation was designed to fight the effects of aging and damaged skin in a softer, gentler way. People with rosacea can see a reduction of 80-90%. It‘s commonly used to treat the full face, neck, chest and hands.

How Does IPL Photo Facial Rejuvenation Work?

Using the advanced IPL system, we gently deliver precise amounts of light energy through your skin's surface. Treatments are normally spaced out at three week intervals. The energy is delivered at specific settings for each treatment to maximize each patient’s results. The light energy stimulates the production of collagen. As the new collagen forms, it softens the appearance of aging skin. Fine lines and wrinkles are reduced. The redness due to rosacea is dramatically reduced with this procedure.

What Results Can I Expect?

After only one treatment, your skin will have a more even tone with a smoother look and feel. Depending on your skin problems, sunspots will fade and pore sizes shrink. Fine lines and wrinkles will also gradually decrease in size. Usually four to six treatment sessions lasting about 20 minutes each will provide you with significant results.

How Do IPL Photo Facial Rejuvenation Treatments Work?

Today's new light technology delivers precise dosages of energy to the skin. During a photofacial treatment, a handpiece is gently pressed to the skin and painless pulses of light are emitted. Levels of energy specific to your treatment are used to maximize your improvement. Once delivered, the targeted damaged skin absorbs the light energy.

Does IPL Photo Facial Rejuvenation Hurt?

Some patients experience a slight discomfort from the pulses of light from the handpiece. To aid in the slight discomfort, a topical anesthesia may be applied.

These advanced light systems have been effective and safe in millions of treatments worldwide. These systems treat only the targeted skin. The surrounding skin is not affected. After treatment, the pain is minimal to nonexistent. However, some bruising or redness may occur. We can recommend appropriate pain relievers if needed.