18 Jan All About IPL Photorejuvenation
What is it?
IPL photorejuvenation removes skin imperfections and stimulates collagen and elastic fiber production. It is a gentle, fast “lunchtime” treatment with no downtime.
This treatment provides dramatic improvements in the appearance of aged skin, removes age spots, most benign brown pigments and generalised pigmentation and redness caused by broken capillaries.
How Does it Work?
Light pulses penetrate the tissue and create heat, targeting the imperfection.
The body’s natural process then removes the treated tissue, while collagen and elastic fiber stimulation occurs. This results in a visible improvement in skin tone and overall appearance.
Filtered light specifically targets blood vessels below skin surface.
How many treatments will I need?
Some skin concerns such as shallow pigmentation and age/sun spots can be cleared with as few as 1-2 treatments. Typically 2-6 sessions with 2-4 weeks in between are needed to achieve optimal results for most skin concerns.
Lunchtime Treatments at Prèface Cosmetic
For those with busy schedules, we have curated a range of some of our most popular high-end lunch hour facial skin and collagen rejuvenation treatments. Read more about these treatments.
Each of these treatments have specific advantages and are designed to address a broad spectrum of needs, require little to no downtime and are completed in under one hour. Perfect for a lunchtime pick-me-up!
Immediate appointments are now available
Our highly skilled Dermal Therapist Sally Cook will help customise a treatment or treatment course tailored to your beauty goals.
You’ll be on your way to glowing, radiant skin in no time!
Risks associated with IPL Rejuvenation?
Results from our treatments and procedures vary patient to patient according to factors including genetics, age, diet and exercise. It is recommended to seek a second opinion from a Specialist Surgeon before proceeding.
Cosmetic surgery, like any medical procedure carries the risk of undesirable outcomes. More information on risks and recovery of each procedure is available on our website.