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IPL PHOTO REJUVENATION FACIALS

IPL Skin Rejuvenation (Photo Facial)

Intense pulsed light (IPL) Skin Rejuvenation is one of our most exciting, non-invasive anti-ageing treatments. Skin rejuvenation is a treatment designed to produce a younger and healthier looking skin while correcting and improving a variety of skin conditions. The ipulse skin rejuvenation addresses the signs of ageing from your entire face, neck and décolletage in each treatment session, by treating vascular redness, the appearance of rosacea, pigmented brown spots, sun damage, skin texture (open pores) and collagen structures all at once. The result is a smooth , eventoned and revitalised skin appearance. IPL can also treat spots, discoloured areas and other telltale signs of ageing on your hands and most other body areas.

1. Why choose IPL over other treatment options?
2. What does IPL do?
3. How does IPL work?
4. Is the treatment safe?
5.  What Does IPL Photorejuvenation Treat?
6. Does it hurt?
7. How many IPL treatments will I need and how often?
8. Who is suitable for IPL Photorejuvenation treatment?
9. Pre- Treatment Advice for Rejuvenation, Pigmentation, Acne & Vascular

1. Why choose IPL over other treatment options?
Laser resurfacing and deep chemical peels often send patients into hiding as they wait for redness and swelling to subside. Microdermabrasion addresses skin irregularities, but is not effective against all complexion problems including redness, flushing, broken capillaries and sun spots. Facelifts and other surgical procedures are far too invasive for those who simply want to revitalise their appearance with no recovery downtime.

2. What does IPL do?
The ipulse is a non-invasive breakthrough in Intense Pulse Light that improves your complexion by stimulating regeneration of collagen and elastin in the deeper layers of your skin, reversing ageing. With no disruption of the skin's epidermal surface, the ipulse skin rejuvenation addresses the effects of photo-aging and sun damage with little to no recovery time. This improves skin tone, radiancy and the tightness of the skin. Also, reducing any enlarged pores and giving the skin a more uniform complexion. Independent clinical research shows that treatment with intense light sources at low energies can increase collagen production rates by 42%. 

3. How does IPL work?
You will be asked to put on goggles to protect your eyes and a layer of gel may be applied to the area to guide the light into the skin. The light applicator is placed  the over the treatment area, a button is depressed and a bright flash of light is released. The applicator is then moved to the neighboring area and the process is repeated until the entire area is treated. This light is absorbed by the target area, whether it is a sunspot or broken capillary. The appearance of the treated area immediately after the session will vary from person to person. The after effects are usually minor and may include some redness and deepening of pigmentation. Most people are able to return to normal activity immediately.

By using a large spectrum multiple wavelength light beam (unlike lasers which use just one wavelength) IPL is able to provide superior reduction of age spots and uneven skin pigmentation, collagen regeneration and blood vessels destruction. 
 
4. Is the treatment safe?
Yes, ipulse IPL is extremely safe in the hands of an experienced therapist. The ipulse IPL system is able to deliver energy (or heat) to the skin in a gentle way, unlike laser.

5.   What Does IPL Photorejuvenation Treat?
This FDA approved, European patented technology provides dramatic results for a variety of benign conditions.
Skin conditions that may benefit from IPL Photorejuvenation include:
•Fine lines, wrinkle reduction 
•Mottled colouration
•Broken blood vessels, red blemishes, spider veins
•Rosacea
•Acne
•Pigment discolouration - freckles and age spots
•Enlarged pores
•Coarse or rough skin
•General sun damage
•Loss of skin tone and elasticity

6. Does it hurt?
IPL treatment does not hurt, some describe it as a flick of an elastic band sensation. IPL treatments do not hurt, although sometimes there is a mild sunburn like sensation for a few hours after the treatment.

7. How many IPL treatments will I need and how often?
A fully comprehensive consultation with our skin therapist should be completed before undergoing any IPL photorejuvenation treatments. Typically 6 - 12 IPL photo rejuvenation treatments will be required at 2 - 3 week intervals depending on the condition of the skin. Generally there is minimal to no downtime with IPL photorejuvenation. You can return to work and resume all normal activities following your treatment. Follow-up treatment/programs may be desired once or twice a year to maintain results. 
 
8. Who is suitable for IPL Photorejuvenation treatment?
Any woman or man who shows signs of aged or sun-damaged skin is a candidate for IPL photorejuvenation treatments. IPL photorejuvenation cannot be performed during pregnancy or lactation, nor can it be done on recently sun-tanned or sun over-exposed skin. After treatment clients will need to avoid sun exposure and use a 30+ sunscreen.

9. Pre- Treatment Advice for Rejuvenation, Pigmentation, Acne & Vascular
•Do Not expose skin to sun exposure or tanning beds for at least 4 – 6 weeks before or between IPL treatments
•Do Not wax or tweeze immediately before treatment
•Do Not use bleaching creams or perfumed products 24 -48 hours before treatment
•Avoid swimming in strong chlorinated water immediately prior to treatment
•Hydrate the body by drinking plenty of water
•Do Not use instant tanning products for 2 – 3 weeks before treatment

 

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