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Intense Pulsed Light is a treatment breakthrough that can correct a variety of skin imperfections, such as sun damage, thread veins, age spots, pigmentation and other blemishes. It is a safe, non-invasive treatment that can be tailored to your individual skin conditions and skin type. The treatments provides outstanding cosmetic results.

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How Does it Work?

Intense pulsed light is attracted to imperfections in the skin. It heats up and breaks down these imperfections so that the bodies natural lymphatic system can remove the pigmentation.


What Skin Imperfections Can IPL Skin Rejuvenation Treat?

  • Pigmenation

  • Age Spots

  • Sun Spots

  • Thread Veins

  • Redness

  • Blemishes

  • Freckles


What other benefits of IPL Skin Rejuvenation are there?

  • Regenerates collagen to improve the skins texture and elasticity.

  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Evens out the skin tone and any skin imperfections such as sun damage and blemishes.

  • Tightens and firms the skin.

  • Reduces redness or any irregularities in the skin.

  • Rejuvenates the skin leaving it refreshed and glowing.

How Many Sessions do I need?

​Results are visible immediately but multiple sessions are recommended for long-lasting, outstanding results. A course of 2-4 treatments with 4-6 week intervals between treatments is recommended. 




Face & Neck

1 Treatment





Who Can we Treat?

Unfortunately if you have any of the following conditions we advise not undergoing treatment due to the health risks involved.

  • ​Pregnant or breastfeeding

  • Medication causing photosensitivity, blood-thinning or affecting the immune system

  • Any active skin condition on the treatment area

  • Skin types V-VI

Fitzpatrick Skin Typing

Why Can't Skin Types V-VI be Treated?

Q-switched lasers are capable of interfering with the naturally occurring melanin in dark skinned clients, this may cause permanent hyperpigmentation (dark areas) or hypopigmentation (light areas) in the skin.


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