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IPL PHOTOFACIAL

IPL Photofacial

   Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Photofacial is a laser light treatment that targets pigment issues, such as brown spots, sun damage and red spots, and Rosacea. The bright light passes through the epidermis, drawing out the pigment producing cells and dispersing the uneven pigment. IPL Photofacial can be used on the face, neck, chest, shoulders, back arms, legs and just about anywhere else. Photofacial is also an effective treatment for broken capillares


. what to expect during the treatment? A handheld device is passed across the skin delivering pulses of broad spectrum light to the deep layers of the skin. Since the handheld device employs a light to influence the skin on a molecular level,  there is no need for any incisions or injections. You can think of it like a blinking flashlight, sending out scattered wavelengths of light, making an IPL very targeted for specific problem areas or skin concerns. It is safe & effective.


 How Long Does it Take To Heal After IPL? 

  • Makeup can be used starting right after the treatment, as long as it is applied and removed very gently. 
  • For freckles and age spots, it is normal for the spots to look darker for 3-7 days. 
  • Crusting can occur, which may last up to ten days. 



Will Photofacial remove dark spots?

 For women who value flawless skin these dark spots are unappealing. ... To get more dramatic and permanent results, one of the most effective treatments for removing brown spots on the skin is Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Photofacial Treatment. IPL treatment removes dark spots from the skin with minimal to no side effects.

 

How many treatments do I need?Good news! you will see improvement after 1 treatment but for best results average 3 to 6 treatments a month apart.



Pre-Treatment Care:Please:

  • Avoid use of Accutane for six months.
  • Avoid natural and artificial tanning—including self-tanner and spray tans—for a minimum of four weeks.
  • Discontinue the use of Retin-A, Retinol, glycolics, bleaching creams, and exfoliants on treatment area one week prior.
  • Do not apply any products except for a topical anesthetic if you are using one.
  • For treatment of pigmented lesions, consult your physician if there is a family history of skin cancer or other genetic diseases.        

Why should I get an IPL?

 An Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Photofacial is a convenient, non-invasive skin care technology designed to treat rosacea, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and loose skin. ... This treatment causes collagen fibers in the skin to tighten, improving the skin's texture and elasticity.