The most efficient color correction treatment
Safely and comfortably face appearance of skin imperfections caused by sun, and uneven skin tones caused by brown and red spots (such as rosacea, spider veins and age spots).
Not only is it indicated for collagen remodeling but also to alleviate both vascular and pigmented issues, restoring the skin to a more youthful appearance.
IPL skin rejuvenation treatments are performed using a handheld device that delivers a broad spectrum of light onto the skin’s surface. The wavelengths of light penetrate deep into the skin tissue to stimulate the cells beneath the skin’s surface and trigger the body’s ‘purging’ response so that it eliminates injured tissues and dead skin cells that may be stuck deep within the skin’s surface. The IPL skin care treatments are typically conducted as a series of treatments at four week intervals, and the skin begins to take on a more youthful and clear appearance after the first few sessions.
before and after
Series for Papulopustular rosacea
Series for hyperpigmentation (lentigos)
Understanding the technology
Watch the video below to learn about the technology and how a treatment is performed
Frequently Asked Questions
How does it work?
The combined bi-polar radio frequency and light energies of Elos technology precisely and safely target pigmented lesions such as freckles, sun spots and age spots. Vascular lesions such as spider vessels and redness from rosacea are also lightened and gradually fade.
When can I expect to see results?
Gradual and cumulative improvement of skin tone is typically achieved in 3-4 treatments. The total number of required treatment sessions depends on your skin’s condition. Maintenance treatments are very important to keep capillaries and pigments at bay, one may require one single treatment every 4-6 months after initial series. Schedule a consultation to establish your personalized treatment schedule.
Does it hurt?
Cooling of the skin’s surface ensures additional safety during treatment. This is a no-downtime procedure. Most patient return to normal activities immediately after.