IPL, Inten pulsed light procedure that can be performed on the face, chest, arms, legs… just about anywhere. And without downtime!
The pulsed light is non-ablative and non-invasive, meaning skin is neither removed nor damage, and targets and destroys unwanted blood vessels and pigmented discolorations without harming normal skin. The process also restores the homogeneous skin color of your youth and stimulates fiberblasts to produce collagen that replenishes what time and sun damage has taken away. This collagen “plumping” effect creates smoother skin and lessens fine lines.
Increase Rejuvenation Results with Skin Tightening treatment. This treatment utilizes patented Krypton Light Technology to achieve younger looking skin. The Skin Tightening treatment is performed immediately after the Skin Rejuvenation treatment. This technology stacks pulses of infrared light deep into the skin to increase the rejuvenating effect for dramatic results.
Is the procedure painful?
Most patients will feel minimal discomfort during the procedure. A topical anesthetic can make the treatment more comfortable if desired.
What can I expect after the treatment?
The treated area will feel like a very mild sunburn and may be slightly ink and swollen for a few hours. Many patients have the treatment performed at lunchtime and are able to return to work that afternoon.
Age spots, freckles, and sun spots will get darker after treatment and flake off in 3 to 10 days leaving fresh new skin. Blood vessels may disappear immediately after treatment or fade after a few days. Since collagen is produced slowly and in small amounts after each treatment, skin smoothing and fine line reduction may be noted nine to twelve weeks after the third treatment.
Your physician will recommend a daily sun block and skin care regimen before you leave the office.
How long does the procedure take?
Advanced Skin Rejuvenation usually takes about 30 minutes depending on the size of the treatment area. Depending on your skin type and condition(s) to be treated, 2 to 6 treatments may be necessary.