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March 18, 2020 1 min read


If you are unhappy with pigmentation, redness , uneven discolouration, you may be interested in learning more about our IPL Photofacial also known as Photo rejuvenation . IPL works by stimulating collagen production within the skin and improving the regeneration of new, younger skin cells. 
How Does the IPL Photofacial Work? 
The intense pulsed light that is delivered via a handpiece is clinically proven to work on various elements in your skin. The light energy stimulates new cellular growth and collagen production to reduce the appearance of age spots, fine lines, vascular abnormalities and hyperpigmentation.
The intense pulsed light that is delivered via a handpiece is clinically proven to work on hyperpigmentation. 

Benefits of the IPL Photofacial 

  • May be combined with other treatments to maximise benefits 
  • Helps with common skin and ageing  concerns 
  • No downtime 
  • Short treatment time 

The IPL Photofacial Procedure ;
Also known as photorejuvenation, your IPL Photofacial takes about 30 minutes. It is recommended for treating areas of blotchy, aged , sun damaged skin. Men and women who have tanned or dark skin are not be good candidates for IPL. 
You wear protective eyewear for the treatment. We apply a gel to the skin to keep the skin cool and help the device glide smoothly across the skin. We apply the light energy in short bursts, and you may notice a slight warming sensation. Before ,during and after the treatment, a cold head which is part of hand piece is used  to help the skin cool . 
Real results may take several weeks as new cells form and appear at the surface of your skin. 

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