What can it do for you?
IPL Laser Photorejuvenation is a treatment that uses intense pulsed light (IPL), a non-laser light source, to fix pigmentation issues, like sun damage, brown spots, and freckles, and vascular abnormalities such as redness, broken capillaries, spider veins, and rosacea. Photorejuvenation also minimizes pore size and fine lines, stimulates dormant skin cells, and promotes new collagen to grow.
How does IPL Laser Photorejuvenation work?
The Palomar® Pulsed Light Photorejuvenation system works by emitting high-intensity pulses of broadband light deep into the skin without harming the surface area. A highly advanced built-in computer controls the range and frequency of the light to target and collapse damaged blood vessels and/or melanin, while normal surrounding skin tissue is hardly affected.
Since IPL uses a range of wavelengths, as opposed to lasers that use just one wavelength, photorejuvenation is ideal to treat large areas that are splattered with skin discoloration issues. Photorejuvenation is used more often if a patient has very small blood vessels or brown discoloration from sun damage diffusely in an area like the face, chest, arms, or back.
Frequently asked questions:
What are IPL Laser Photorejuventaion treatments like?
Your therapist will move the hand piece over your skin, pulsing it all the while. Each pulse will send a beam of light through your skin. You may experience a feeling similar to that of a rubber band being snapped on the skin, but most people do not report this sensation as painful.
What do I need to do before my treatments begin?
What should I expect after a treatment?
Many patients benefit from visiting DermaCare to have a customised treatment plan worked out for them. If you are interested in IPL Laser Photorejuvenation treatments please book an appointment and let the team of experts customise a treatment protocol tailored to you.
|TREATMENT AREA||Per Treatment|
|Cheeks / Neck||R 700|
|Nose / Chin||R 490|
|Full Arm / Half Leg||R1200|
|Face / Décolleté / Shoulders||R1000|
|Face & Neck||R1200|
|Half Arm||R 850|
Before and after