IPL Photofacial

IPL Photofacial

An IPL photofacial is an aesthetic skincare treatment that uses intense light pulses to improve your complexion. This treatment utilizes a broad spectrum of photothermic light energy, which works beneath the skin’s surface to target specific areas and treat various imperfections selectively. It targets specific irregular pigments in the skin, such as sun spots and brown patches, as well as redness caused by broken capillary vessels, rosacea, fine lines, and wrinkles. IPL photofacial is safe for all skin types and is performed on many body parts, including the face, neck, chest, hands, legs/thighs, and more! With this treatment, you can get an even-toned complexion with minimal downtime – what’s not to love?

Unlike other types of photofacial, which rely on lasers, IPL photofacial uses high-intensity pulses of visible light to penetrate deep into the skin. These pulses are absorbed by the cells in your skin and generate heat which can help break down unwanted pigments and encourage the build-up of healthy collagen levels. The results of this photofacial can range from brighter and more even skin tone to reduced aging signs such as fine lines, wrinkles, sun spots, and. Overall, it’s a popular choice for those looking for a way to enhance their complexion without significant downtime or recovery time.


  • IPL Photofacial $399
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IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) photofacials are used to target a variety of skin issues, including:

  • Sun damage
  • Age spots
  • Freckles
  • Broken capillaries
  • Rosacea
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Enlarged pores
  • uneven skin tone
down time


Minimal to no downtime is associated with the IPL photofacial, and it varies depending on the individual and the extent of the treatment. Generally, patients can expect mild redness and swelling immediately following the procedure. This typically subsides within a few hours but can last up to a day or two. Some individuals may also experience slight discomfort or a feeling of tightness in the treated area. It is considered a lunch break treatment, as you may resume your everyday activities immediately after the procedure.


The number of photofacial sessions required to produce lasting results depends on the severity of photodamage. Your consultation with a licensed skin care provider will determine the number of photofacial sessions you need. Still, it is typically recommended that patients receive between three to five photofacial treatments spaced four to six weeks apart to achieve their desired outcome. With photofacial, you may see improvements after just a few sessions; however, it is essential to have realistic expectations and understand that maximum results may take up to four months.