Photofacial + IPL

Improve sun damaged and aged skin, reduce spots and redness, for youthful-looking skin.

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Photofacial + IPL

IPL (also known as Photofacials) is a treatment that uses intense pulsed light. The light penetrates the skin at a range of wavelengths that targets red and brown spots so they are great for broken capillaries, rosacea and brown freckling from sun damage

Photofacials are commonly done on the face, neck, chest, arms, back and legs.

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Use Photofacial + IPL to Treat:

  • Broken capillaries (blood vessels)
  • Rosacea Sun damage (sun
  • spots)
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Spider veins
  • Freckles

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Procedure Overview

Your skin will be cleansed and prepped with a serum. Goggles or glasses are worn during the treatment. A fan will be placed near the treatment area to keep your skin cool. Treatments are usually 15 minutes per area.

Photofacial/IPL Menu

Full Face

Full Face + Neck

Nose + Cheeks





Frequently Asked Questions

A photofacial, also known as IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) therapy is a skin rejuvenation method that utilizes light based technology to help diminish blemishes, sun damage and uneven pigmentation thereby improving the texture and tone of the skin.

Yes, these are one in the same. 

IPL treatments involve the use of pulses of light that penetrate into the skin. The light energy is absorbed by areas with pigmentation or vascular lesions, which in turn heats. Eliminates the unwanted cells without causing harm to surrounding tissues.

IPL is effective for addressing skin conditions such as sun spots, age spots, freckles, rosacea, broken capillaries and certain types of scars.

Most individuals undergoing IPL treatment report discomfort often likened to a snapping sensation, on the skin. Your provider will make every effort to make your procedure as comfortable as possible.

The number of treatments required may vary depending on the specific condition being addressed and how well your skin reacts to IPL. Usually clients notice improvements after undergoing 3-5 sessions with each session spaced 4 weeks apart.

After an IPL session you might experience some redness or swelling which typically fades within a few hours. Over the week the treated areas may. Gradually shed away revealing smoother and more rejuvenated skin.

To prepare for an IPL session it is advised to avoid sun exposure, tanning beds and self tanning products for 2 weeks prior to treatment. It’s also recommended to discontinue using retinol products or other skin irritants a days before your appointment.

Side effects are mild and short lived such as redness, swelling or darkening of the treated areas. In cases blistering or changes in skin pigmentation may occur. This is all part of the healing process.