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$175 Per Session

A Photo Facial is ideal for those in need of targeting brown spots due to hormonal changes, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, redness and rosacea. It is an excellent alternative to harsh topical treatments and peels. The treatment is less invasive and very safe and effective for erasing unwanted and unattractive skin tone or spots. It is the perfect fall and winter treatment and can be incorporated into a skin care routine annually.


IPL stands for Intense pulse light, which is emitted with a laser that targets the melanin in the epidermis. The light is converted to heat energy and destroys the deposited melanin cells, temporarily making the spots darker. The spots are sloughed upwards to the surface of the skin, eventually turning into a coffee-ground-like texture that eventually flakes off revealing a more even skin tone. This even skin tone is a sign of a youthful appearance and helps erase signs of aging.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a IPL Photo Facial treatment?

If you have brown spots, sun spots from sun exposer or red broken capiliaries an IPL face treatment is a simple, non-surgical way to effectively target and reduce pigment under the skin's surface. There is minimal discomfort and typically only some redness for about a day afterward.

What to expect during the treatment?

Prior to your treatment a medical health form is filled out followed by a consultation. For added cooling an gell is applied all over the area being treated. Once skin type is determined the setting of the laser are calculated. A handheld device is pressed against the skin with a built in crystal that emited the light. The crystal has a built in cooling system, making this treatment very tolerable. The pulse of light is administered to target the melanin in the skin and once treated will darken signifying effectivness.

How does IPL light based treatments target hyperpigmentation?

IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light. It's also known as IPL laser treatment or photo rejuvenation and is a popular treatment for pigmentation, redness and skin texture and tone. As a redness and rosacea treatment, it works by using the light energy to target blood vessels underneath the outer layer of skin.

Prior to your treatment avoid  the following:

-exfoliating -direct sunlight -tanning beds -waxing -chemical peels -collagen injections -drugs that increase your bleeding risk, such as aspirin and ibuprofen(Advil) -creams or other products that contain vitamin A, such as RetinA, or glycolic acid

What IPL Laser machine do you use?

The Venus Versa™ IPL. It uses a real-time cooling system to keep your skin protected throughout treatment.The treatment is powered by Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) with SmartPulse technology that delivers precise light through several layers of skin.

How many treatments would I need?

This can depend on the amount of sun damage, age of the sun damage, exposure, skin type and expectations of each individual. It is recomended to start with one and during your skin care consultation, determine the amount. Usually, 3 to 5 can achieve best results performed every 4 weeks.

What areas can be treated?

-Face -Chest -Shoulders -Back -Burns -Hands -Post Acne Inflammation/Hyperpigmentation

What to expect after my treatment?

Immediately following your treatment, the dark spots will have a sight pinkish ring orund them. The reddish coloring will typically dissipate within 24 hours. As for the sun spots and discoloration, it actually appears darker and slightly more prominent. This is normal and a good sign that the treatment is working.Brown spots and other blemishes will begin to surface on the skin and may actually raise and look like dark coffee grounds. These spots will naturally flake off over the next 10 to 21 days. It is best to keep skin moisturised, keep hydrated, not to pick and use a gentle exfoliator 72 hours later. Make up can be worn and SPF is defintly recommended.