What Is An IPL Photofacial?
IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) Photofacials, also known as photorejuvenation, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses intense pulses of light to improve the appearance of the skin. The procedure can target a variety of skin concerns, including sun damage, age spots, freckles, uneven skin tone, and broken blood vessels. IPL Photofacials work by delivering specific wavelengths of light energy to the skin, which are absorbed by the targeted pigments or vessels. This causes the pigments or vessels to break down and be naturally eliminated by the body, resulting in a more even and youthful-looking complexion.
Brilliant results with light technology.
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As much as everyone loves the Vegas sun, it can wreak havoc on your skin. In fact, photodamage is one of the biggest causes of visible aging – including discoloration and hyperpigmentation. When you’ve been slacking with your SPF or need to repair sun damage; IPL is the perfect solution.
HOW IT WORKS
IPL technology, such as that in our game-changing Venus Versa device, delivers focused infared light through skin tissue – ensuring the precisely correct amount of light is delivered to exact depths of the skin, to ensure your unique needs are remedied. Infared light rejuvenates damaged and dead skin cells, while triggering your body to produce new elastin and collagen – all while improving skin texture and reducing wrinkles. It’s a comfortable and efficient treatment you’ll love.
How long will my IPL results last?
Who is this treatment right for?
The best candidate is someone with signs of skin aging and damage, such as lines, wrinkles, uneven complexion, or uneven texture. Venus Versa treatments work to improve the look of skin tone, elasticity, and texture.
What should I do after my IPL treatment?
Skin will be sensitive to sunlight and red following treatment. No makeup or skin care products, aside from the treatment provider’s recommendations, should be applied to the treatment area for a few days following treatment, at which time sun protection should also be applied regularly.