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IPL Skin Rejuvenation

What is IPL Photo Facial?

Intense pulsed light (IPL) is a technology used by cosmetic and medical practitioners to perform various skin treatments for aesthetic and therapeutic purposes, including PhotoRejuvenation.

The technology uses a high-powered, hand-held, computer-controlled flashgun to deliver an intense, visible, broad-spectrum pulse of light, generally in the visible spectral range of 400 to 1200 nm,

If you have any of the skin conditions below, Intense Pulse Light  (IPL™) could be the quickest and safest solution to take years off your skin:

  1. Freckles
  2. Age spots
  3. Brown spots
  4. Uneven skin texture
  5. Small blood vessels and rosacea
  6. Aging Skin
  7. Loss of firmness
  8. Acne
  9. blood vessels

How Do Intense Pulsed Light Non-surgical Treatments work for pigmentation and skin rejuvenation?

Photofacial or IPL anti-aging skin care treatments use a bright flash of visible light, like the light of a camera flash to remove pigmentations (Age spots, Sun spots, Brown spots and Freckles) blood vessels non-surgically from the skin. This pulsed or flashed light is very different from a laser as it is a broad-spectrum that can affect multiple skin conditions at once.


Photofacial skin rejuvenation works by passing a flash of bright light through a filter that only allows a specific color of light in the flash to pass through the filter and hit the skin.


The IPL Photofacial light is selectively absorbed or taken up by the brown pigment in an age spot or the dark reddish brown color of blood in a blood vessel. When the Photofacial light energy is absorbed by the pigment or blood vessel, the heat from the Photofacial or IPL light destroys the pigment or blood vessel by heating it. IPL also encourage your skin to produce collagen and fibroblast which helps your skin looks youth.

What area can be treated?

The skin is our largest organ and any area can be treated with IPL™.


  • Face
  • Chest
  • Hands
  • Neck


Treatments can be done 2-6 weeks apart and 2-4 times a year, depending on treatment goals.