What is Photorejuventation?
Photorejuvenation uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) in a breakthrough cosmetic medical skin treatment to correct the signs of photoaging (sun spots), as well as birthmarks, broken capillaries, benign brown pigments, redness or Rosacea, mottled pigmentation, port wine stains and other skin imperfections. It is safe for all ages, and a non-invasive solution that can be customized to your skin type to treat your specific pigmentation problem. Skin rejuvenation can be achieved on the face, as well as on the hands, neck, chest and arms.
Two weeks prior to your photorejuvenation, you should avoid self-tanners, as well as limit your exposure to the sun. Skin rejuvenation with intense pulsed light is a 30-minute cosmetic medical procedure in which light is transformed into heat beneath the epidermis, where it then targets the structures responsible for skin imperfections. And, it stimulates the production of new collagen at the same time!
IPL Treatment Side Effects and Recovery
Immediately following photorejuvenation, your skin may appear pinkish in color; this will fade within a couple of hours. You can continue to wear makeup and are free to return to your normal activities, including work, immediately. For long-term results, a series of 5 intense pulsed light treatments, at approximately 3-week intervals, is recommended. You should see optimal results – smoother, healthier looking skin – after 1 or 2 IPL treatments.
Intense pulsed light is not a miracle, although the skin rejuvenation it achieves on and off the face is pretty miraculous.
IPL Photorejuvenation Cost
The cost of an IPL Photorejuvenation procedure will vary depending on a number of factors including the scope of the treatment and the area that is targeted. Packaging prices are also offered with special rates. Schedule a consultation with the doctors at The Skincare and Laser Center today to receive a personal price quote.