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IPL (INTENSE PULSED LIGHT)

IPL uses light to treat skin problems, particularly pigmentation problems, and rejuvenate the complexion. IPL can be used on the hands, neck, cheeks, nose, face, and arms. Short bursts of broad-spectrum light are used to treat a wide range of skin concerns, including:
  • Sun damage
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Age spots and freckles
  • Spider veins
  • Redness and rosacea
  • Vascular lesions
  • Texture problems
  • Fine lines

IPL absorbs excess pigment in the skin on the red and brown spectrum to restore a more even and smooth complexion. It also stimulates collagen production to improve overall skin tone over time.

  • What is Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)?

    Intense Pulsed Light uses light to treat skin concerns and issues. IPL absorbs excess pigment in the skin on the red and brown spectrum to restore a more even and smooth complexion. It also stimulates collagen production to improve overall skin tone over time.

  • How does IPL work?

    IPL uses short bursts of broad-spectrum light to treat a wide range of skin concerns, including hyperpigmentation, sun spots, redness, rosacea, and more. We can discuss your IPL treatment options during your consultation.

  • When will I see results with IPL treatment?

    Within 2-4 weeks after your IPL treatment, you will begin to see results.

  • How many treatments do I need?

    You will typically need 4-6 IPL treatments to reach your desired results. They will need to be scheduled four weeks apart.

  • How long do results last?

    You will begin to see the most optimal results of your IPL treatment 3-6 months after your treatment.

  • Is there any downtime following treatment?

    Mild redness, tenderness, or swelling can be present after IPL treatment, but you can return to your regular daily activities after your appointment. Any swelling or redness will subside on its own.