IPL Photofacial

skin resurfacing

  • 1 hour
  • 250 US dollars
  • Location 1

Service Description

IPL which stands for Intense Pulsed Light uses broad- spectrum laser to treat Age spots, Sun Spots, Rosacea, Redness, Broken Capillaries, Telangiectasia's and fine lines and wrinkles. You can do treatment on Face, neck, arms, hands, legs and back. Minimal downtime. Common treatable areas include: – Face & Neck – Décolleté – Hands – Arms – Legs – Back In fact, IPL can diminish or remove: Age spots Liver spots Fine lines and wrinkles Facial flushing Redness Broken capillaries Telangiectasia's (purple or blue veins on the face, also called spider veins) Hemangioma's (red, purple, or blue birthmarks formed by blood vessels) Freckles Minor sun damage Port wine stains Tattoos Varicose veins Flat Birthmarks Hypo-pigmentation (pale spots) Unwanted hair Large pores Unlike laser resurfacing, chemical peel and dermabrasion, there is almost no downtime with IPL. That means no blisters, burns or long recovery period, and you can go right back to your life after your treatment is complete. This therapy is based on high-intensity pulses of light that penetrate the skin. Are You a Candidate for IPL? You may not be a good candidate for IPL therapy if you are prone to developing red, raised keloid scars or other forms of excess scarring, hyperpigmentation, or hypo-pigmentation. You are also not a good candidate for intense pulsed light therapy if you do not react well to burns or if you have diabetes, as this disease may affect your body's wound-healing ability.He We will examine your skin and any scars you have. You may need to have a patch test to see how you react to IPL. After this test, you have to watch the test area for several days for any reactions such as blistering, pigmentation problems, rashes, or persistent redness. Report any problems to our office. If you are deemed an appropriate candidate, we will devise an individualized IPL treatment plan. You will be instructed on what (and what not) to do for the two weeks before your first treatment. This will likely include staying out of the sun and avoiding certain medications that may increase bleeding risk, such as aspirin and ibuprofen. IPL treatment: a topical anesthetic will be applied to the treatment area. After this, a cold gel is applied and a glass prism is placed over the treatment area. Pulses of intense light will be flashed through the prism, directed at the treatment area. You will receive several treatments if necessary. Your first treatment may not be as aggressive as those that follow.

Contact Details

  • Location 1

    (980) 785-4490

    ipassgas4u@me.com