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What is an IPL Photofacial?
Innovative Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a skin treatment that gently renews and rejuvenates the skin. IPL is used to treat skin conditions such as photoaging, such as wrinkles, sun spots, age spots, and vascular problems. This is the ultimate treatment for skin tone and pigmentation issues. An IPL Photofacial will minimize redness, diminish pigmentation and restore collagen and elastin.
IPL Photofacials Are a Great Option For:
Redness or Vascular Lesions – IPL treatment offers an effective, non-invasive solution that physically closes the broken blood vessels and reduces or eliminates their appearance.
Pigmentation Lesions – IPL photofacials remove the appearance of spots and pigmentation by targeting the melanin in darkened areas of the skin, clearing all layers of the pigmentation and revealing the even tone beneath.
Skin Rejuvenation – IPL works to awaken the collagen and elastin in the skin, resulting in new healthy cells being produced. This treatment is the perfect option for someone looking for the best possible way to improve the overall look of the skin. With relatively no downtime, IPL treatment is safe and effective for most skin conditions.
Acne Treatment – This treatment improves the overall tone and appearance of red acne scars. IPL treatment may be done as frequent as twice per week depending on the severity of acne.
How Many IPL Treatments Will I Need?
The number of IPL treatments is dependant on the type of skin condition being treated, as well as the duration of the symptoms being treated. On average, most people require between 3 and 6 treatments to see significant improvement.
How Frequently Can I Come?
Depending on the condition being treated, IPL is generally performed for a series every 2 to 4 weeks.
Are IPL Photofacials Painful?
No, the IPL treatment should be comfortable. Cool gel, or a cool air Zimmer, is used to maintain a cool facial surface. It is normal to feel warmth and a mild pinching sensation. Post-treatment skin may be red with a mild sunburn-like feeling, lasting as little as a few hours to days.
Is There Downtime?
Immediately post-treatment, skin can appear pink or red, similar to a mild sunburn. This generally subsides within a few hours. If treating pigmentation lesions, the brown spots may appear darker or slightly crusty for as little as one week. Once the skin is shed, these pigmentation spots will appear lighter in color. If treating vascular lesions, the lesions may appear white or purple in the healing process, which can easily be covered with minimal foundation.
What is the difference between IPL & Elite Laser?
Unlike IPL that uses a broad spectrum of light, Elite treatments are done with a Alex & Yag laser. Lasers can be more targeted, treat deeper into the skin tissue and provide a more precise treatment.
What is Elite 3D facial?
Elite 3D Facial works on 3 main factors:
- Vascular lesions
- Surface texture & pores
Using a dual laser we are able to effectively target multiple skin conditions and layers in one single session. The Elite laser has multiple spot sizes as small as 2.5mm making it a very targeted treatment.
What is the difference between 3D and 5D Elite?
Elite 5D does everything the 3D treatment does for the overall improvement of pigmentation, vascular lesions and texture while also working on the deep and mid dermis to stimulate collagen and elastin, for tighter, firmer skin.