Our Laser Photofacial treatment offers a highly effective solution for rejuvenating and enhancing the overall appearance of your skin. By utilizing Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy, this non-invasive procedure targets a wide range of skin imperfections to restore a more youthful and vibrant complexion.

One of the primary benefits of our laser photofacial treatment is its ability to address a variety of skin concerns. The IPL technology used in our photofacial treatment emits controlled pulses of light that penetrate deep into the skin without causing damage to the outer layers. As a result, you can expect significant improvements in the color, texture, and overall quality of your skin.

For optimal results, a series of multiple sessions may be recommended, depending on your specific skin concerns and desired outcomes. Our experienced staff will work closely with you to develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs and goals.

With our laser photofacial treatment, you can enjoy the benefits of a more even skin tone, improved texture, reduced signs of aging, and an overall revitalized complexion. Say goodbye to hyperpigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles, fine lines, enlarged pores, and other skin imperfections, and embrace a more radiant and youthful appearance.

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QUICK FACTS for laser photofacial

  • A laser photofacial treatment utilizes Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy to improve the color and texture of your skin. This non-invasive method can reverse damage to the face, neck, hands, chest, and other areas.
  • IPL photofacial light is soaked up by the hemoglobin (red blood cells) and melanin (pigmentation) in the skin, intentionally damaging these areas. The damaged melanin breaks up and is absorbed by the skin, decreasing its appearance on the skin’s surface. The damaged hemoglobin stimulates blood flow, causing the melanin to be absorbed more efficiently.
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What symptoms can be treated with IPL?

  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Sun damage
  • Facial skin tightening
  • Wrinkles
  • Fine lines
  • Age-related brown spots
  • Enlarged pores
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Scar reduction (depending on the type of scarring)
  • Spider veins
  • Broken capillaries

How IPL works

  • Lasers work in cosmetic applications through a process called “selective photothermolysis.” When broken down, means that it modulates the frequency of light (photo) to produce heat (thermo) in the specific area of the corresponding thing you wish to destroy (lysis).
  • Selective photothermolysis was a concept developed by Rox Anderson in 1983: “Laser Light of a specific wavelength can destroy a target containing adequate chromophore without damaging the surrounding tissue”
  • Laser / IPL is Non-ionizing radiations of light
    • Non-ionizing radiation refers to any type of electromagnetic radiation that does not carry enough energy per quantum to ionize atoms or molecules.
    • Non-ionizing radiation has sufficient energy only for excitation, the movement of an electron to a higher state (thermal) that can lead to structural changes.

Are you a candidate for laser photofacial?


While laser treatments are safe and effective for most women and men, there are some people
that will not be good candidates for these types of treatments. Here is a general contraindications

  • Sun exposure and/or artificial tanning (during the last 4-8 weeks depending on skin type)
  • Pregnancy (or nursing)
  • Internal defibrillator or pacemaker
  • Skin Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Diabetes (unstable)
  • Accutane or any related acne medication (for a min 6 months prior)
  • Active Herpes in the treatment area (cold sore infection, etc)
  • Vitiligo (hypo-pigmentation) or any active inflammatory skin condition (eczema, etc.)
  • Lupus
  • The tendency of keloid-type scaring
  • Porphyria

Recommended number of sessions

Skin Rejuvenation

  • 3-5 sessions are required.
  • Interval 3-4 weeks, because the human metabolism period is 3-4 weeks, the stimulated collagen fiber tissues and flexibility fiber tissues will be steady along with the metabolism.

Pigment treatment

  • 3-5 sessions are required.
  • Interval 3-4 weeks, because the human metabolism period is 3-4 weeks, some decomposed pigment cells are phagocytosed by the lymphocyte and expel from the body along with the metabolism.

Winkle removal repair

  • 3-5 sessions are required.
  • Interval 3-4 weeks, because the human metabolism period is 3-4 weeks, the stimulated collagen fiber tissues and flexibility fiber tissues will be steady along with the metabolism.

Vascular therapy

  • 3-6 sessions are required.
  • Interval 3-4 weeks, because the human metabolism period is 3-4 weeks, the stimulated capillary vessel tissues will be shrinking and steady along with the metabolism.

Hair removal

  • 3-5 sessions are required.
  • Interval 3-4 weeks, because the hair has its own growth period and dormant period, it’s only effective to remove the hair in a growth period.

*For dramatically increased results, pair with microneedling treatment

IPL/Laser Aftercare Instructions

Immediately following treatment your skin may sting and feel hot. A cool compress will
be provided to help relieve this sensation quickly. Continued application of cool
compresses also helps reduce the risk of swelling, especially if you have been treated
close to the eye or over large areas. If swelling develops, sleeping propped up on a
few pillows for a few nights will help settle it quickly.

Avoidance of excessive exercise, alcohol, and smoking for a week after your treatment
will also accelerate your recovery.

It is normal for pigmentation to look darker for one to three weeks following treatment.
Treated areas may feel dry, flaky, and itchy. Be careful not to disturb these areas
during the healing period and, in particular, not to pick at any flakes. Wash as usual,
but avoid the use of scrubs, masks, astringents, toners, and Retin A, or AHA products until
healed. Gently pat dry after washing and avoid vigorous rubbing with your towel. Apply
only bland moisturizers such as sorbolene during your recovery period. Normal skin
care may be resumed once healing is complete.

If bruising develops, Hirudoid cream may be applied. Hirudoid may be purchased at
the practice. Bruising may be camouflaged with makeup during the healing period.

Patterning of the skin may be apparent after healing. This reflects a demarcation
between treated and untreated areas and can be blended at your next visit.

It is very important to avoid exposing the area to the sun or to sun beds for at least
one month after treatment and preferably forever. Wear a hat and apply an SPF 30+
sunscreen on a daily basis.

Please make a follow-up appointment as recommended by your practitioner, so that
your progress can be monitored and any additional treatment performed.

Results will be maintained and enhanced by adherence to a professionally
recommended skincare regime. Your treating practitioner will advise which products
best address your particular skin concerns.

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