Your guide to IPL Photo Rejuvenation – a new standard in skin renewal. IPL is safe, non-invasive, fast and affordable.
IPL photo rejuvenation erases skin damage without disrupting the skin surface and treats a wide range of problems to improve texture and complexion. IPL is relatively painless, long lasting, totally safe and non-invasive. As a result, IPL produces smoother, more even toned and youthful skin, with low risks.
What Can IPL Skin Rejuvenation Be Used For?
IPL skin rejuvenation treatment is for uneven pigmentation, age spots (sun induced damage), brown pigments or spots and spider veins (broken capillaries) of the face, and rosacea. Adding to IPL’s versatility, it can also be used to improve coarse rough skin with enlarged pores and reduce the signs of ageing and sun damage, including fine line wrinkles and freckles.
How IPL Skin Rejuvenation Works
IPL skin rejuvenation works by breaking up the pigment in lesions, while causing little to no discomfort. There is only a temporary reddening that can last for a few hours. Pigment lesions will darken slightly after treatment and then fade/flake away after about 10 – 14 days. Visible veins generally undergo immediate greying or blanching and then fade after about 10 – 14 days of the IPL treatment.