IPL Photofacial: What is IPL?
What are IPL Photofacial Treatments? IPL stands for Intense Pulse Light. IPL treatments are a form of light therapy that can be used to treat many skin imperfections, including sun damage, hyperpigmentation (dark spots) and acne scars. It is based on the principle that light energy can selectively target abnormal cells while leaving healthy tissue intact.
This article will explain what IPL is, how it works and why people choose this treatment method for their skincare needs.
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Photofacial :
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Photofacial is a non-invasive treatment that uses bright lights to remove skin imperfections such as brown patches, sun damage and red spots. The intense light passes through your epidermis drawing out pigment producing cells which causes the unevenness of pigmentation on different areas of your face/body; IPLPhotosan can also be used to treat broken veins or spider websbing down nicely into their place by all standards!
What Does IPL Photofacial Treat?
- Brown and Red Spots
- Sun Damage
- Spider Veins
- Rosacea (enlarged facial blood vessels)
- Pigment Imperfections
How Does IPL Photofacial Work?
IPL Photofacial is a skin care treatment that uses intense pulsed light to destroy hyperactive melanin producing cells in the layers of your skin, eventually pulling pigment spots up through it. The process leaves you with beautiful radiant looking healthy glowing flawless fresh new vibrant brownish-yellow color!
Who Is a Good Candidate for IPL Photofacial?
IPL Photofacial is commonly used for everyone who desires to look younger, fresher and healthier. It works on most skin types including dark complexions (depends of the area treated).
It can be used by people with all kinds of skintypes – oily or dry! IPL treatments are best suited to treat larger areas such as legs, arms, face but it may also work fine on small zones like underarms.
How Many IPL Photofacial Treatments Do I need?
It all depends on the severity of your skin problems and how many areas you want to treat. IPL Photofacial can be used in a single session or combined with other procedures such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion , microneedling etc.
Treatment Areas For IPL Photofacial?
IPL treatment is best suited to treat larger areas such as legs, arms, face but it may also work fine on small zones like underarms.
What Kind of Results Can I Expect with IPL Photofacial?
After a series of IPL treatments your skin will be visibly improved in the following ways:
– brown patches and sun spots
– redness from rosacea or broken blood vessels
– dark circles around eyes
– uneven color tone (lack of pigmentation) caused by acne scars, freckles – even out overall complexion for beautifully radiant looking healthy glowing flawless fresh new vibrant smooth soft touch!
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Where to find IPL Photofacial in Long Beach, CA?
IPL Photofacial is available at TIER Wellness, 6695 Pacific Coast Hwy Suite 250, Long Beach, CA 90803. Monday through Saturday.
To Learn More or to Schedule an Appointment, Call Us Today at our Long Beach office ( 562) – 430-8501.
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