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Does the reflection you see in the mirror every morning match the way you feel? Many patients wish that there were a safe, easy, and quick way to get rid of their red complexion, fine wrinkles, irregular pigmentation, and/or large pores. Fortunately, our advanced technologies enable us to treat these skin imperfections safely, easily, and effectively.

What Does IPL Stand For?


IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light. IPL treatments are often referred to as photo rejuvenation, Photofacial or IPL Photofacial due to its use of "selective photothermolysis" during treatment. Photothermolysis is the process by which IPL lasers convert light energy to heat energy and treat unwanted hair and skin pigments. IPL lasers use photothermolysis to remove unwanted hair, or to correct skin hyperpigmentation, rosacea, age spots, and the appearance of sun damage.

IPL Photo Facial Rejuvenation


IPL Rejuvenation combats the effects of aging and damaged skin in a softer, gentler way. The redness and flushing of rosacea can be reduced 80 to 90 percent. IPL Rejuvenation can treat the full face, neck, chest, and even the hands.

Using the advanced IPL system, your doctor gently delivers precise amounts of light energy through your skin's surface. Treatments are spaced out at three-week intervals. The energy is delivered at specific settings for each treatment to maximize your 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 decreased. The redness associated with rosacea can be dramatically reduced.

How Do IPL Photo Facial Rejuvenation Treatments Work?


Today's new light technology delivers precise dosages of energy to the skin. During your treatment, light energy is gently delivered through a special hand piece to the targeted area. Levels of energy specific to your treatment are used to maximize your improvement. Once delivered, the light energy is absorbed only by the targeted damaged tissue.

How Many Treatments Will I Need?


Depending on the area treated, there will be a series of five to eight treatments. Treatments usually last from 15 to 30 minutes and are administered in the doctor's office.

Does IPL Photo Facial Rejuvenation Hurt?


Most patients describe the sensation to be like the snap of a rubber band on the skin as the pulses of energy are delivered through the hand piece. Some patients opt to have a topical anesthesia. After treatment, the pain is minimal to nonexistent.

Who Are The Best Candidates For IPL Photo Facial Rejuvenation?


The best candidates have:
• Red, flushed faces
• Sun-damaged skin
• Hyperpigmentation
• Enlarged pores
• Rosacea
• Discoloration
• Freckles
• Age spots
• Broken capilaries, couperose, telangiectasia
• Overall sensitive skin

Are IPL Photo Facial Rejuvenation Treatments Safe?


Yes. Advanced light systems have been used safely for millions of treatments worldwide. These systems treat only the targeted tissues, leaving the surrounding tissue intact. However, some bruising or redness may occur.

What Results Can I Expect?


After only one treatment, your skin will have a more even tone with a smoother look and feel. Sunspots will fade. Pore sizes will shrink. Fine lines and wrinkles will gradually decrease in size. These improvements will steadily increase with each treatment. Patients with rosacea will see a progressive decrease in redness with every treatment.

What Will Recovery Be Like?


Post-operative discomfort is almost nonexistent. After treatment with most light systems, the treated skin may appear a little flushed and capillaries may seem to be more visible. The flushed look soon fades away, and the capillaries appear to vanish, leaving the skin looking younger. It's that simple.

Following any treatment, you should follow your doctor's instructions, avoid any harsh skin cleansers, and use sunscreen.




What Does IPL Stand For?


IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light. IPL treatments are often referred to as photo rejuvenation, Photofacial or IPL Photofacial due to its use of "selective photothermolysis" during treatment. Photothermolysis is the process by which IPL lasers convert light energy to heat energy and treat unwanted hair and skin pigments. IPL lasers can use photothermolysis to remove unwanted hair, or to correct skin hyperpigmentation, rosacea, age spots and the appearance of sun damage.

What Makes IPL Hair Removal Different From Other Laser Hair Removal?


Unlike other types of hair removal lasers that use a single light wavelength concentration, IPL lasers use a full spectrum of light wavelengths. IPL lasers can alter the intensity of its pulsed light beams with various filters. While some professionals argue that the IPL's greater wavelength spectrum equals less precision and control, it is the greater wavelength that enables IPL lasers to treat larger areas of skin at one time. Areas like the legs and back can be treated in a fraction of the time required with standard lasers.

One of the biggest reasons why IPL lasers are so popular in the hair removal industry is the lower cost. On average, IPL treatments are cheaper than the standard cost of laser hair removal.




How does the treatment work?


An intense pulsed light system releases precisely controlled strong pulses of filtered light that are absorbed by the blood vessel, heating it to a point where it is destroyed. Following treatment the vessels quickly clear and are re-absorbed by the body, leaving little or no trace of the original lesion.

Which types of veins can be treated?


Facial thread veins, Rosacea, Spider Naevi, Port Wine Stains, and Legs veins up to 3mm diameter (by laser).

Am I suitable for treatment?


The fairer the skin, the easier the treatment. The best response is seen with small thread veins, spider naevi and rosacea. If there are any areas of broken skin, treatment has to be delayed until the area has completely healed.

Who Are The Best Candidates For IPL Vein Removal?


The best candidates have:
• Couperose
• Telangiectasia
• Rashes
• Symptomatic redness
• Varicose veins
• Spider veins
• Vascular lesions
• Broken capilaries

How does the treatment feel?


No anesthesia is required and most patients describe the discomfort as moderate but tolerable. Sensations vary but most describe it as a very quick hot pinprick.

Are there any side effects?


Redness and a warm sensation are normal after treatment. A cool pack may be applied to ease these symptoms. The vessels should fade quickly, and some disappear immediately.

How long does each treatment take?


Treatments typically take from 15 to 45 minutes, depending on the type and size of lesion.

How many treatments are necessary?


Typically 1 -5 treatments are needed for maximum results, spaced approximately every 4 to 6 weeks.




This powerful treatment can preserve your skin’s youth for a very long period of time if used on a regular basis according to your individual needs and lifestyle.

The treatment consists of three steps:

Step 1: Complete exfoliation of dead skin cells with the new Vibradermabrasion technology.
Step 2: Infusion of necessary chemicals to target skin imperfection.
Step 3: Intense Pulsed Light to increase the effectiveness of steps 1 & 2, finish the rejuvenation process and tighten the skin.

The treatment is concluded with inflammation control and infusion of oxygen.

Why should you get it done?


• There is no downtime.
• There is no pain.
• The results are immediate.
• Perfect for acne, rosacea, aged or dehydrated skin, and etc.
• This treatment can even fade scars and pigmentation.

After this treatment your skin will look and feel young, radiant and healthy.

Who Are The Best Candidates For Skin Trifecta?


The best candidates have:
• severe acne.
• telangiectasia.
• sun spots.
• freckles.
• discoloration.
• rashes.
• wrinkled skin.
• uneven skin.
• overall sensitive skin.